By Haleigh Santilli & Ajea Stupart – Arts Editor & 1851 Staff
After a long break, the queen of mod- ern soul returns. Adele said, “Hello” to her fans at the end of October and received immensely positive feedback. “Hello” is Adele’s breakout track from her third album “25,” and though it’s about love she regrets losing, it sounds like she’s saying hello to her fans. “When We Were Young,” the second single released off the album provides a sentimental feeling long missed from Adele’s absence.
Like her two other albums, “19” and “21,” this album is named after the age in which she wrote the majority of the songs.
Adele released her new album “25” on November 20. Photo courtesy of imdb.com
By Mackenzie Dineen & Ajea Stupart – 1851 Staff
Bobby From Boston is a hidden gem of a vintage clothing store located in the South End of Boston. Surrounded by galleries and specialty shops on 19 Thayer Street, it blends into the classic brick exterior, but stepping inside reveals a truly unique atmosphere.
Bobby From Boston specializes in men’s attire predating the 1970s, with some articles of clothing from the 17th century. The range of products in-store depends on the time of year, and their large selection of unique jackets is most popular right now. Accessories are always big-ticket items, specifically ties, bowties, and shoes.
The high-end men’s vintage shop is located at 19 Thayer Street in South Boston. Photo courtesy of Andrew Glenn.
By Ajea Stupart & Alex Balletto – 1851 Staff
Photo by Ajea Stupart & Alex Balletto
Caffè Nero is located at 560 Washington Street in Boston in Downtown Crossing. The café is new to the Boston area and pro- vides a taste of Italy.
Strolling into an authentic Italian-style café in Boston is becoming easier than ever. Caffè Nero is the place to go if you are looking to travel from Boston to Europe in the blink of an eye.
By Ajea Stupart – 1851 Staff
On Tuesday, October 6 scholar-activist, Dr. Lee Ann De Reus inspired change in de Witt Hall. De Reus, an Associate Professor of Human Development & Family Studies and Women Studies at Pennsylvania State University- Altoona, delivered a message entitled “Daring to Make a Difference: Activism, Congo, and Finding Your Voice for Global Change.”
Ajea Stupart – 1851 Staff
If you ever wandered the many streets of Boston, you’ll find there is always something new to discover. Whether it’s the amount of food choices, shopping, night life, Boston has it all. However, Boston doesn’t offer tasteful Japanese restaurants with cheap prices. But, Fin’s Sushi & Grill offers just that. More…