By Lindsay Tavarozzi & Taylor Salvato – 1851 Staff
Think of L’Aroma Cafe & Bakery as your new home away from home. It’s located on 15 Spencer Street in West Newton, about a mile from campus, and tucked directly behind West Newton Cinema. Cozy seating, faint
café music, and mouth-watering food prepared in-house will make you fall in love with this secluded cafe.
L’Aroma Cafe & Bakery is located at 15 Spencer Street in West Newton. The cafe serves gluten-free options, coffee, and a relaxing environment. Photo by Lindsay Tavarozzi
By Samantha Plumley – 1851 Staff
In a Pickle is a warm, welcoming restaurant that serves up delicious breakfast and lunch options at 265 Moody
Street in Waltham.
Crowds flock daily for exceptional food, which is worth the usual half hour wait. The inviting dining area is surprisingly spacious, with booths and tables arranged in a way that creates the illusion of space, dining parties will never feel cramped.
Kendrick Lamar’s third album, “To Pimp a Butterfly” was leaked more than a week before its release date. (Photo courtesy of qz.com)
By Krista DeJulio – Features Editor
Kendrick Lamar’s much-anticipated third album, “To Pimp a Butterfly,” was leaked more than a week before its initial
release on March 23, but you won’t hear fans complaining. With the recent trend of surprise releases between Beyoncé and Drake, it actually was not that much of a surprise to wake up and read that Lamar’s newest album had been added to both iTunes and Spotify.
Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright star in the third season of the Netflix original series “House of Cards”. This season is centered around Spacey’s character’s time in office. (Photo courtesy of wallpaperseries.com)
By Ryan Macleod – 1851 Staff
Shows touted as “the best on television” rarely live up to expectations, but the third season of “House of Cards” one-ups its previous seasons keeping viewers glued to their screens. President Frank Underwood, played by Kevin
Spacey, delivers a fantastic performance, revealing the dirty side of politics.
By Krista DeJulio – Features Editor
There’s something about The Pour House that is homey. There are not a lot of words to describe the unique homey feeling because Pour House has sticky floors, cramped bathroom stalls, and dim lighting. Its homey feel probably comes from the cluttered brick walls with neon signs of beer brands, flags from colleges across the country, and all the random things you would find in your garage. More…
Bison County, located at 275 Moody Street, features an extensive and satisying beer menu. The restaurant’s food menu is filled with delicious
plates, ideal for any taste. (Photos by Natalie Kfoury and Kristina Kaufmann)
By Natalie Kfoury & Allison Nekola – Co-Editors-in-Chief
Bison County, located on Moody Street in Waltham, has everything a college student could want. From diverse and delicious drink and food menus to a convenient, fun, and comfortable atmosphere, Bison County delivers on all fronts. More…
“Sponge Out of Water” is a funny movie
that entertains audiences of all ages. (Photo courtesy of collider.com)
By Morgan Brittney Austin – Copy Editor
We all know who lives in a pineapple under the sea, but in his second big-screen film, SpongeBob comes to our world in pursuit of the Krabby Patty secret formula. In “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water,” the future of Bikini Bottom is at stake when the secret formula goes missing.
“American Sniper” is directed and produced by Clint Eastwood and stars Bradley Cooper in
a controversial war film adaptation of the book by the same name by Chris Kyle. (photo courtesy of teaser-trailer.com)
By Tim Kelleher – 1851 Staff
“American Sniper,” a memoir by Chris Kyle reflecting on his military career, and the film adaptation, directed and produced by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper, chronicles everything from joining the military to being in firefights to returning back to civilian life. More…