The Berkeley Beacon

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

One Man travels to a galaxy far, far away

For years, Star Wars has been an amazingly popular film series. It has spawned both sequels and...

Emerson hosts week of events to fight AIDS

All the proceeds go to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA), an industry-based, non-profit...

Seek out Squid

With few exceptions, 2005 has lacked exceptional filmmaking. Such "prestige" pictures as Capote...

Lloyd Webber's Amazing Technicolor flops

<p><p>On his journey&#44; Joseph shares his exp...

Hanson rocks Emerson with new documentary

<p><p>The term &quot;indie rock&quot; brings to...

Benefit concerts for less fortunate hit DVD

<p><p>Rock stars are often considered a selfish...

Owen and Aniston cannot keep film on track

<p><p>Derailed is Swedish director Mikael Hafst...

Boston&#039;s Averi support new album at Avalon

<p><p>With catchy hooks and ready-for-radio mel...

Musical Theatre Society gives Hair bounce

<p><p>They say that history repeats itself and&...

Enlist for Mendes&#039; look at the Marine Corps

<p><p>Jarhead is the true story of Anthony Swof...

Display highlights the work of Ansel Adams

<p><p>Ansel Adams&#44; whose work is currently ...

50 Cent&#039;s new act: Get Rich or Die Tryin&#039;

<p><p>But&#44; the fact that you can find his s...

Plenty to be scared of in Fear&#039;s new release

<p><p>In the same way a book should never be ju...

&quot;I Love the 80s&quot; enters the third dimension

<p><p>Remember the days when VH1 (which stands ...

Put on your dress: it&#039;s time for Dragtoberfest

<p><p>The elevator doors of the Tufte Productio...