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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Pulitzer-winner Junot Díaz talks artistry, community at lecture

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Towns rally in support of student’s rom-com, April Grace

<p>, Beacon Staff/strong</p><p>A month out from...

The Good, the Weird, and the German: Animation showcase seeks to expand your mind with refined whimsy

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Emerson students turn on the lights in Boston rapper’s video

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Substance over Spectacle: Lose the gimmicks, not the soul

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Documentary film shows quiet voice of local activism

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ArtsEmerson aspires to engage local community with new season

<p></p><p>For its inaugural season, ArtsEmerson...

Weeding out archaic views on unconventional motherhood

<p></p><p>As <em>Weeds</em> nears the finish li...

Chocolate Cake City lurches to New York

<p></p><p>NEW YORK — “Why is this a musical?” a...

Jodie Foster talks about her new film

<p></p><p>With two Oscars and an acting career ...

Color Me Obsessed is an effective tribute to The Replacements, but won’t recruit new fans

<p>&nbsp;</p><p>Throughout the 1980s, Minnesota...

Susurrus to transform Garden into Midsummer Dreamland

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A book honeymoon for a tired girl

<p></p><p>I am finished with my honor’s thesis....

30th Evvys nominees prepare for primetime

<p>&nbsp;</p><p>The school year is all but over...

New shows prepare for takeoff during pilot season

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