A classic comes screaming back to theaters

By Casey DiBari – 1851 Contributor

On January 14, the anticipated newest installment to Wes Craven’s Scream franchise hit theaters with the fifth film, simply named “Scream”. This movie marks the first film to not be directed by Craven, following his death in 2015. The film was instead directed by the Radio Silence team Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, who previously directed 2019’s “Ready or Not”. However, franchise stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette, as well as some other familiar faces and voices return to the franchise.

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32 minutes after three years

By Rachel Shepard – Copy Editor

Graphic by Rachel Shepard

Mitski has had a love affair with music, and her fans have been put through the wringer. After taking a hiatus from music in 2019, she released her newest album “Laurel Hell” on February 4, and it was only 32 minutes in length. According to Mitski, this is the longest she has spent working on an album and has been working on various songs since 2018.

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Art review: The Rose Museum

By Claire Crittendon & Rachel Shepard – Co-Editor-in-Chief & Copy Editor

Less than 10 minutes away from Lasell is Frida Kahlo’s sketchbook at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. 

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Silk Sonic

By Pat Carbone -1851 Contributor

Graphic by Pat Carbone

When news first broke about the collaboration between Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars, people were already calling for them to receive the Grammy for album of the year.  After just over eight months, “An Evening with Silk Sonic” has finally arrived.

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Remember them?

By Owen Kwet -1851 Contributor

As Gen Zs and Millenials we’ve been gifted with artists such as Britney Spears, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, One Direction, and… Taio Cruz? There are many artists we have completely forgotten about. Nonetheless, there are some good artists from our youth we should still keep in mind that have a great impact on music.

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Little fires eventually cause a huge one (spoilers)

By: Ruth Kehinde Digital Editor

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This promotional poster for “Little Fires Everywhere,” Hulu’s new miniseries based on a bestselling book by Celeste Ng, shows the two main characters, (L-R) Elena and Mia. Photo courtesy of Hulu.com

The Hulu miniseries, “Little Fires Everywhere,” is based on the New York Times Bestseller by Celeste Ng. It was released on March 18, with a new episode released weekly. This season introduces the viewer to an upper-class family called the Richardsons while they live in the town, Shaker Heights, Ohio, which is displayed as a suburban utopia. Although this family plays a huge part, Shaker is mainly where the highlight is. The show shifts throughout the eight episodes, having Shaker be affected when introduced to Mia Warren (Kerry Washington), a bohemian, free-spirited artist, and her daughter, Pearl (Lexi Underwood) when they move into the Richardson’s family rental home. Continue reading “Little fires eventually cause a huge one (spoilers)”

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