The leaves are changing, it’s going to be cooler out pretty soon and the aroma of fall is in the air. As the seasons turn, many fun events come up and friends everywhere are off taking cute pictures around Boston. In my opinion, the most underrated fall activity is apple picking, and here’s why. The […]

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Each year thousands of students line up at all three dining halls across Boston University’s campus for one of the fanciest meals available at a college dining hall: lobster. Who would expect a college to serve lobster to its students for the cheap price of a swipe into the dining hall? I surely didn’t when […]

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As a girl born and raised in Massachusetts, it’s safe to say that I’ve seen snowfall a day or two in my life. Some of my favorite memories are associated with snow. All throughout elementary, middle and high school, we would log onto a website that could predict whether or not there would be a […]

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There is never a moment when I am not cold. I come from the South, where flip-flops can be heard slapping the sidewalks year-round, and the only thing shorter than the tiny chunk of the year considered to be “winter” is the length of the cutoffs worn during the months of December and January.  Boston […]

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Nov. 8 may be the presidential election, but it’s also a big day for candidates running in our local elections. In the town of Barnstable, Aaron Kanzer is running as the Democratic nominee for Massachusetts state representative. The Northeastern University graduate is an energized voice hoping to bring solutions to his home of Cape Cod; […]

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1. It’s a piece of Boston history. You know you’re at the right place when you see a large wooden sign in the shape of a red book with a quill hanging over West Street. While the storefront of Brattle Book Shop is unassuming, it’s history is not quiet at all. Brattle has been around […]

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As someone who moved to Boston this year from North Carolina, I am now a self-declared expert on the differences between the South and the North. I can now pinpoint specific differences between the two cultures not typically visible to the average New England eye. Here’s a handful of them: 1. Boston has aggressively bad […]

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For all the bookworms out there, this past Saturday was the annual Boston Book Festival at Copley Square. With author talks, book signings and street food galore, the Boston Public Library was packed with all kinds of book lovers and writers. This free event lasted the whole day and was filled with tons of fun […]

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Preppy, girly, goth — everyone rocks their own different and unique style. With the rising popularity of “athleisure,” a new style has blurred the line between athletically inclined people and those who just want to be comfortable. Athletic or not, these people can be found sporting T-shirts from their high school lacrosse team or yoga […]

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Madden NFL might be more accurate than you think. Despite countless gamers’ accusation of EA Sports’ lack of care in production and multiple recent poorly crafted games, Madden, the football video game produced by the company, has delivered the correct outcome of the Super Bowl nine times in the past 12 years, according to Bleacher Report. […]

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