The Berkeley Beacon

Monday, July 28, 2014

Clooney in Clayton: The truth can be mediocre

Ultimately, however, the film doesn't add much to what Steven Soderbergh already said in Erin...

Hopper and diCorcia make sadness an art

In the sweaty summer doldrums, Bostonians commonly seek refreshing refuge in movie theaters or...

Summer Film Recap: Rats, Pats and Sickos

As the month of June reared its ugly head, the summer of 2007 looked like another grim season at...

Let#039;s discuss the concerts coming this Fall

Boston is a music city. It's an indie rock staple, a hip-hop haven and the starting point for...

Oh the places you#039;ll go

Boston offers some locations that are worthy of a visit or three. Thus, for you freshman, the...

Start planning your summer movie schedule

staffCamping, swimming, barbecuing and sunbathing are just a few of the enjoyable activities the...

Beacon Quick Picks

Davis Shipley and Will Schwalbe; Send: The Essential Guide to Email for Office and Home,James...

History Channel airs student#039;s ad

Nicholson, winner of the History Channel's "Digging for the Truth" Collegiate Challenge, won by...

Local theatre gives Brain drain

The Longwood Players' performance of A New Brain is an excellent example of what community...

From WrestleMania to Battle Royale rip-off

After suffering from a pile drive, a maneuver used by wrestlers that secures the opponent's head...

Bow ow!: Year of the Dog is far from bitchin#039;

Popularized by corny big-screen script successes such as Nacho Libre and The School of Rock,...

A MovieFestivus for the rest of us

In the end, a spoof of a video game and two recreations of classic film scenes took the top...

Hot action combined with Fuzz-y comedy

The latter claim isn't far off. As director Edgar Wright told The Beacon in an interview, he...

MFA#039;s disappointing quot;War and Discontentquot;

For an exhibit with such an intense name, one would hope to feel an impact upon entering it.,The...

Newest Arctic expedition

The band's sophomore record, Favourite Worst Nightmare, picks up where the lads left off with...