Unlikely duo hosts cooking show Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

“Let’s get ready to sizzle,” shouts the MC of “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party.” You read that right. This cooking show stars Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg. You read that right too. In episode one, these two go head-to-head to see who can make the best fried chicken. It’s essentially a show about a weed-smoking 45-year-old rapper paired with a typical white woman, and it couldn’t get better.


Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg host the weirdest dinner parties Monday nights at 10 on VH1. Photo courtesy of VH1



Take the time to taste tacos Reply

By Seán McGlone & Leanne Signoriello – News & Opinion Editors

If there is one thing that a college student enjoys more than authentic Mexican food like tacos, burritos, and enchiladas, it’s inexpensive authentic Mexican food like tacos, burritos, and enchiladas. El Pelón Taqueria in Boston meets the criteria that college students are looking for in trying to find delicious and high quality food that won’t hurt your wallet.


El Pelón Taqueria offers an authentic Mexican dining experience almost every college student will love. The two locations are 97 Peterborough Street and 2195 Commonwealth Avenue. Photo by Seán McGlone


Siege of Jadotville is another Netflix classic Reply

By Tim Kelleher – 1851 Staff

The Siege of Jadotville is an underdog story. This Netflix Original movie is based on a true story that took place in September of 1961 in the Katanga Province of the Democratic-Republic of the Congo. I’ll start with summarizing the actual events. In real life, there was a large mercenary group that was working for the seceded State of Katanga. The state of Katanga seceded from the DR Congo in 1960 and had become fairly aggressive around its surrounding states. The United Nations had decided to send in Swedish, Indian and most notably, Irish forces to keep the region stable but not to get involved by any means necessary, engaging only if absolutely needed. The Irish troops are the featured ones in this movie.


A slice of heaven found in Chestnut Hill Reply

By Krista Dejulio & Samantha Plumley – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff

With four locations, Oath Craft Pizza is slowly taking over the watering mouths of pizza lovers everywhere. The original restaurant, with “a mil- lion dollar view,” is located on Nantucket and doesn’t want to be just another pizza place. The restaurant was created with the idea of giving back, sustainability and to just have really good pizza. The restaurant succeeds in just that.


Oath Craft Pizza has four locations, its closest location being 210 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill open daily 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.


Four guys from Jersey come to Boston Reply

By Haleigh Santilli – Co-Arts Editor

As people rolled into the beautiful Boston Opera House on October 16 around 1 p.m. to see the Tony Award winning play about the legendary Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons in “Jersey Boys,” a sense of excitement and anticipation poured over the entire crowd. The stage was quiet and simple. There was no rush of music or the brilliance of the players. Among the chit-chat of playgoers was the exciting silence of the stage, gleaming with a dusty light. Then the lights flicked and the roaring music began.


“The Girl on the Train” novel outshines the film Reply

By Karlee Henry – 1851 Staff

At its October 7 premiere, “The Girl on the Train” was thought to be the next “Gone Girl,” but fans of the latter film and the novel of the same name could be in for disappointment. Unfortunately, the film is certainly no “Gone Girl,” but Emily Blunt’s compelling performance of Rachel Watson keeps this train on the tracks.


“Le Corsaire” captures audience and stage in season opener 1

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief 

What’s better than a pirate romance made into a ballet? I can’t think of much anything better. Over the summer when Boston Ballet released its upcoming schedule of ballets, I knew I had to see this one. As a huge fan of Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, Barbossa, this was my show.

Three years ago yesterday I saw my first ballet. For some reason, I love the ballet. I never took dance classes in my life, I never was a theater kid but I really just love the ballet. There’s a sense of “I don’t belong here but I’m here” and “I’m going to enjoy every second of being at the ballet.” A ballet doesn’t have words or dialogue but that’s made up for with the drama, love and passion with dance.

Last night I attended the 53rd season opener of Boston Ballet’s for “Le Corsaire” at the Boston Opera House, a story about a lovely maiden and a wealthy aristocrat who wants to add her to his harem, a part of the household reserved for wives, but a pirate wants to save her from the aristocrat. According to the Boston Globe, the story is based on a poem by Lord Byron of the same name and was created for the Bavarian State Ballet in 2007. This is the first time the ballet has been performed for Boston Ballet and was choreographed by Ivan Liška. An attempted version of the show was performed in 1997 under the name “The Pirate,” according to the Boston Globe.


The Boston Opera House hosted the premiere of “Le Corsaire” on October 27. The show will run until November 6. Photo courtesy of Boston Ballet