While visiting my friend, I felt like I was in an alternate universe, which was only exacerbated by the fact that everyone was wearing L.L. Bean. Where was T. Anthony’s?

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  I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve never seen an episode of “Black Mirror.” My pop culture repertoire was last updated in 2010, and not in the quirky way that means I am endearingly out of the loop, but in the “it’s honestly shameful that you can’t name a current cultural trend” way. […]

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  As a foodie, I spend more than half of my money on food. As an Asian international student, no matter how long I am away from home, I still love everything that is related to Asian culture, and eating Asian cuisine is the easiest way to connect to a small piece of home. Luckily, […]

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  Whether you’ve spent all night studying, or didn’t even get out of bed until 3 p.m., there will come a time when you find yourself hungry after midnight. Boston gets a bad rap for closing early and being quiet compared to other big cities in the U.S. But despite this reputation, there are actually […]

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This weekend, the Harvard Ed Portal hosted their very first Allston-Brighton Winter Market. The Winter Market showcased a variety of artists and makers exhibiting and selling their work in a welcoming environment, complemented by live music, a food truck and a beer garden. Entering the venue, visitors were greeted by a friendly usher who directed […]

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With cooler weather setting in, it’s time to think about getting some new threads. Fall offers the opportunity for lots of layering and creativity with each outfit, without having to cover it all with a huge coat. Of course you could go to Newbury Street or any number of Boston’s great shops, but the way […]

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