By Haleigh Santilli – Arts Editor
This spring semester, the Lasell College Drama Cub (LCDC) will be performing the entertaining play and old Hollywood classic, “Arsenic and Old Lace.” The original play, first written in 1939 by Joseph Kesselring, is better known for its 1944 film starring the iconic Cary Grant.
An original poster from the film “Arsenic and Old Lace,” starring Cary Grant and Priscilla Lane. Photo Courtesy of IMDB
By Tristan Davis & Haleigh Santilli – Features & Arts Editors
“Krampus”- December 4
There are a lot of things you could say this movie is not, but original wouldn’t be one of them. After Christmas day didn’t turn out as well as he planned, a young boy accidentally summons a Christmas demon to his home, terrorizing him and his family. The film stars Adam Scott (“Step Brothers,” “Parks and Recreation”), Allison Tolman (“Fargo”), and David Koechner (“Anchorman”). With the tagline “You don’t want to be on his list,” comedy, scares, and laughs are sure to ensue. – T. Davis
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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 Tim Kelleher – Opinion Editor
Imagine a beautiful, baron landscape. One with two moons and extreme conditions. This is the incredible setting for “The Martian.” Now, in the same place, where there is no natural water and where you can’t grow anything, imagine being impaled, barely surviving an extreme storm, and your entire crew left with the only way of getting off the planet.
Photo courtesy of utahpeoplespost.com
Matt Damon stars in “The Martian,” a new film in which Damon’s character is stranded on Mars and must survived by himself. The film was directed by Ridley Scott and was released on October 2.
By Mackenzie Dineen – 1851 Staff
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Mayday Parade’s new album was released October 9 with new sounds and a different kind of album artwork.
Pop-rock band Mayday Parade’s fifth studio album “Black Lines” welcomes change. The album, released on October 9, features completely new album art, for the first time since 2007 neither the iconic umbrella man, nor the familiar Mayday Parade font are used on the cover.
By Krista DeJulio & Leanne Signoriello – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff
Photo by Krista DeJulio
La Catrina is located at 1620 Commonwealth Ave in Brighton.
In an area surrounded by college stu- dents and young professionals, Brighton is the perfect spot for Mexican restaurant, La Catrina. The restaurant, located at 1620 Commonwealth Ave, is right off the Washington Street T stop on the Boston College line.
By Rosemary Leger & Haleigh Santilli – Copy Editor & Arts Editor
Lasell alumni Martha Powell spoke in the Arnow Campus Center on September 29 about her swift and inspiring journey from Lasell student to a career at Walt Disney World. Current students from all majors came to learn how the Disney College Program influenced her career and allowed her to grow to where she is today.
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.