New breakfast eatery in Back Bay Reply

By Leanne Signoriello & Samantha Plumley – Opinion Editor & 1851 Staff

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but finding a breakfast hot spot that can accommodate the cravings for classic waffles, stacks of pancakes, or an omelette on early mornings (or late nights) out with friends is harder than ever; which is why The Friendly Toast should be added to your bucket list of good eats.


Bridget Jones’ new film and baby Reply

By Haleigh Santilli – Co-Arts Editor

Fans of the “Bridget Jones’s Diary” series will be excited to see the third installment “Bridget Jones’s Baby,” which was released on September 16. The film begins much like the first film began—Jones (Renee Zellweger) is sitting in her quaint apartment, on her birth-day, alone, with a cupcake with a single candle, listening to Celine Dion’s “ All by Myself.” But then she decides to change the song up and dance to the 90s hit “ Jump Around.”


Birds sing on Travis Scott’s new album Reply

By Laurent Sicard – 1851 Staff

On September 2, rapper Travis Scott (formerly known as Travi$ Scott) returned with his follow up to last year’s well received “Rodeo” album. “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” was released as an Apple Music exclusive, but can now be found on Spotify and iTunes. On his latest project, Scott has cultivated some of his best trap music to date, with guest appearances from the likes of mentors Kid Cudi, Kend-rick Lamar, Andre 3000, Bryson Tiller and even Justin Bieber.


Are you ready for “The Get Down?” Reply

By Ryan Fitzgerald – Co-Editor-in-Chief

There are certain periods in history many would like to travel back in time to and experience life in that era. The Netflix original musical drama series “The Get Down,” practically does just that for viewers by portraying life in 1970s Bronx, New York, through the eyes of a group of teenagers. The series, which premiered in August, has six episodes of the first season currently available on Netflix with the second half set to debut in 2017.


“Atlanta” hits all the right notes Reply

By Tristan Davis – Features Editor

You would be hard-pressed to find a show that dedicates itself to modern issues better than FX’s “Atlanta.” Co-written and produced by “Community” alum Donald Glover (a.k.a. rapper Childish Gambino), the comedy/drama revolves around three young men trying to make a splash in the booming Atlanta hip-hop scene.


Grouplove’s fun, but forgettable album 2

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

There are times when you just need to pop a Grouplove CD in your car and take a long drive. Grouplove’s lyrics about the beach and aliens, which are sung, and some-times shouted, are a great way to destress. Grouplove is fronted by both a male and female singer, Christian Zucconi and Hannah Hooper (who are also married and have a baby), and backed up by three other very important members. The band just released its third studio album “Big Mess” on September 9, and are currently on tour.


“Fuller House,” a childhood dream come true Reply

By Krista Dejulio and Casey Dibari – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff

On February 26, Netflix aired the highly anticipated “Fuller House,” a series focusing on D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure), now Fuller, trying to do what her dad did 28 years ago – raise three kids all by herself. Like her father be- fore her, D.J. is not alone.

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