Most people at Boston University have a vague memory of their guided tour. They walked a lot, didn’t pay attention during the spiel on the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center and were very confused when shown the so-called BU Beach. I think it’s fair to say that the tour really only skims the surface of […]

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Sandrine Rossi’s email to The Daily Free Press was written in French and translated into English. If you are an amateur fan of wine, cheese and French cuisine, the new South End restaurant and wine bar Frenchie is the perfect place for you. Even though it opened on Jan. 24, Frenchie is already a popular restaurant […]

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My dearest Late Night Kitchen, I don’t normally do this kind of thing. It’s kind of embarrassing actually, but I feel as though it is time for me to confess my true feelings to you. I believe that you probably have had an inkling of the fact that I like you. You might have noticed […]

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We all know how bad the weather in Boston can get. It’s snowing one minute, then sunny and 55 degrees the next minute. It’s a fickle city we live in, but even on its worst days, we all need some inspiration to keep up our fitness regimen while braving the elements. As a strong, empowered […]

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Okay, I have to admit something at the start of this piece, at the risk of being shamed by friends and family alike, excommunicated from polite society and left to wander the savage wild (otherwise known as Chestnut Hill). But I have to be honest with my readers, so here goes nothing: I think “La […]

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Last night, the most acclaimed musical artists of our time got together at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards to celebrate music and reward those that have gone above and beyond this past year. The Grammys are always a great show to watch and this year was particularly amazing. There were new songs, tributes, beautiful outfits […]

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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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It’s almost impossible to imagine my college life without the rideshare app, Uber. In the past five months, I’ve experienced my fair share of interesting Uber rides. Ultimately I started noticing a pattern in the types of drivers and the ride experiences that come with them. Here’s what I’ve found. 1. The Lost Boy This […]

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So I’ve got a thing for cheese, and I’m not afraid to show it. It’s more of a love kind of thing — the kind that will make you forget that you’re somewhat lactose intolerant. I’d like to think that my obsession is part of my genetic makeup, but I’m not entirely sure. I grew […]

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With the Super Bowl now over, you may be thinking: What should I do this weekend? Don’t worry, the fun is definitely not over. There are plenty of really awesome things to do here in Boston this weekend and days after. I know I will be taking advantage of what Boston has to offer, and you […]

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