The Berkeley Beacon

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

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New media visionaries immerse audience in technological art

To artists Brooke Knight, an interactive and digital media professor at Emerson, and Russell Goldenberg, a third-year MFA media arts student, art is an illusion.

Ending the worst musical generalization

<p>strongNina Corcoran, Music Columnist/strong<...

Show Times: Reason to Hope doc goes behind headlines of earthquake

<p>strongTonight, 7:00 p.m. | Bright Family Scr...

With slam, Poetry Project reviews hopeful bards

<p> Staff/strong</p><p>As the Emerson Poetry Pr...

New media visionaries immerse audience in technological art

<p> Staff/strong</p><p>To artists Brooke Knight...

Acappellics Anonymous steps up to competition

<p> Staff/strong</p><p>They sing. They perform....

Like Crazy offers refreshingly honest take on romance

<p></p><p>Budding actors Anton Yelchin and Feli...

Interview: Elizabeth Olsen of Martha Marcy May Marlene

<p></p><p>The Beacon and reporters from other c...

Cheap thrills swallow The Thing's originality

<p>, Beacon Correspondent</p><p>The horror genr...

Mayor Menino, President Pelton celebrate groundbreaking play at Colonial

<p>, Beacon Correspondent</p><p>A favorite son ...

Blackthorn paints a stunning landscape, but falters with characters

<p></p><p>Forty-two years ago, Robert Redford a...

John Adams screenwriter talks adaptation, objectivity, and differing conclusions

<p>, Beacon Correspondent/div</p><p>divKirk Ell...

Restless drags as directionless lovers deal with clichéd themes

<p>, Beacon Correspondent/strong/div</p><p>divA...

Student folksmith takes his time building a meaningful sound

<p></p><p>strongJaclyn Diaz, Beacon Corresponde...

Dance the pain away with Girls: Indie crew brings heartbreak and hooks to the Paramount

<p>, Beacon Correspondent</p><p>Most people pro...