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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I don’t know about you, but I am a HUGE foodie. I’d also like to admit that before I decide to go to a restaurant, whether it be for a fancy night out, a brunch with friends, or just coffee, I always search the restaurant on Instagram. Finding new restaurants around Boston to try out, […]

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I like to say I’m into fitness. I love the idea of working out two hours every morning and crushing it daily, but of course I sleep in most days and I have a long-term relationship with Netflix. In the past couple weeks, I have been trying to find some workouts that keep me going, […]

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Monday and Wednesday — Blaze Pizza fundraiser with Edge Dance Company Boston University’s jazz and contemporary dance group, Edge, is having a fundraiser and holding auditions this week. The group performs at college showcases around the Boston area at MIT, BU, Northeastern, etc. The group is entirely student run and choreographed. Head down to Blaze […]

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There is something really special about a farmers market in the city. It is slightly out of place — the little white tents are dwarfed by the surrounding skyscrapers and the stacked crates of brightly colored produce beam cheerfully at taxis and pedestrians. But farmers markets work so perfectly, especially in Boston. Farmers markets provide […]

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Allston is a popular place for students to eat since the area is home to various styles of Asian cuisines. There are also many students who live in this neighborhood. Within Allston, there are many types of different Asian restaurants, including cafés that serve bubble teas and puff pastries. However, this is about the Korean […]

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1. “Yes! Allston! Rat City, let’s do this! I’m ready!” 2. “Oh god, what was the vague furry blur that just ran by in front of me. If that was an actual rat, this entire evening is canceled.” 3. “Cool, a guy on a skateboard! I love skateboarding, it’s a very low-key way to show […]

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If you currently live in West Campus, then you may or may not still have war flashbacks of the infamous Rich Hall 10th floor fire of 2017. Students had to evacuate West Campus (Rich Hall especially, because someone’s mattress was on fire). All of my friends and I live in Rich, and at first we […]

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On Friday, the newly colonized Boston University fraternity Phi Kappa Tau hosted a charity concert to benefit the SeriousFun Children’s Network and Planned Parenthood. Located at their house on 22 Reedsdale Street in Allston, the show comprised of four local bands that put on a night of music and fun. Over $800 were raised for […]

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