By Paris Adams & Pavel Zlatin – 1851 Staff
The West Newton Cinema on Washington Street is currently featuring a selection of Oscar nominated movies. Photo by Paris Adams
The 90th Academy Awards will be held on March 4. With the help of host Jimmy Kimmel, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be presenting the prestigious Oscar awards to the best films of 2017.
The Academy has been criticized in the past for lacking diversity and equality within the nomination categories, however this year’s nominations include a wonderfully diverse selection of artists of all genders and backgrounds. More…
By Megan Palumbo & Cassidy Murray – Sports Editor & 1851 Staff
Flavors at Blackbird Doughnuts include marshmallow coconut, guava glaze, “old fashioned” chocolate, and chocolate stout pretzel. Photo by Cassidy Murray
When it comes to doughnuts, Dunkin’ Donuts always crosses the mind, but now there’s a new enticing game changer: Blackbird Doughnuts. This artisanal doughnut shop stands out in the South End of Boston and recently opened another store in Fenway last year. More…
By Megan Palumbo & Olivia Angerosa – Sports Editor & 1851 Staff
The Vagina Monologues is an empowering performance, ready to raise awareness and discussion around stigmas in the female world. Photo courtesy of Rebecca Llanes
Lasell’s ninth performance of The Vagina Monologues is underway.
“With The Vagina Monologues 2018 show, I think we can expect the start of a conversation about women’s health and rights. It’s a very empowering show, and we’re all excited to be putting it on,” said Co-Director Danielle Hogan. More…
By Leanne Signoriello & Alex Balletto – Features Editor & Copy Editor
Steven Spielberg and his star-studded cast in “The Post” allow audiences to accurately revisit tumultuous 1971. “The Post” focused on the publication of U.S. Pentagon papers, exposing the secrets that the federal government lied to citizens about the Vietnam War, leading to the Watergate scandal. More…
By Colin Froment – News Editor
The original “Blade Runner” that was released 1982 introduced audiences to a visually spectacular world populated with killer androids. More than 30 years later, this world still manages to deliver satisfying action in the form of Blade Runner 2049 in an entirely updated version to amaze a different generation of audience members. Thanks to its engaging storyline with dazzling visuals to accompany it, the new Blade Runner proves that every one-time classic has the potential for a little technology upgrade for a refreshing experience.
By Leanne Signoriello – Features Editor
The CW’s “Riverdale” returns to television with a brand new season October 11. Photo Courtesy of The CW
The CW’s “Riverdale” returns to television with a brand new season October 11. The revamped, modern version of the classic comic’s new season is sexy, mysterious, and full of drama, proving why it scored seven awards at this year’s Teen Choice Awards.
By Seán McGlone and Pavel Zlatin – Editor-in-Chief and 1851 Staff
The remake of Stephen King’s “It” was released on
September 8th. Photo by Seán McGlone
In the remake of the 1990 horror movie, based off of Stephen King’s novel of the same name, Bill Skarsgård plays the demonic clown, Pennywise, who terrorizes the fictional town of Derry in the summer of 1989 in “It.”
By Tyler Hetu – 1851 Staff
“BoJack Horseman” season four was released on Netflix on September 8th. The show stars Will Arnett as Bojack and Alison Brie as Diane Nguyen. Photo courtesy of Netflix.
BoJack Horseman returns with its fourth season. Created by Raphael Bob-Wakesberg and first aired since 2014, the Netflix original has churned out three seasons of the animated animal/human hybrid show. It features a horse named BoJack Horseman (Will Arnett), a washed up Hollywoo(d) actor who has fallen into a drug and sex addicted lifestyle. While the show has embodied the definition of funny, it’s not in a “ha-ha” sort of way. Its fourth season is a masterpiece of humor and sadness, mixed together to provide something that no sitcom can create.