“Vagina Monologues” performs its annual show Reply

By Mackenzie Dineen – 1851 Staff 

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Illustration courtesy of Peer Health and the Counseling Center

Buzz surrounding the “Vagina Monologues” has begun. The annual show presented by Peer Health, with the help of the Counseling Center, donates all proceeds to the Boston Area Rape Cri- sis Center. The show is February 19, at 7 p.m., and tickets cost $5 at the door. The presentation is part of V-Day, a global movement to end violence directed towards women.

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Fashion paradise in South End Reply

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.

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The high-end men’s vintage shop is located at 19 Thayer Street in South Boston. Photo courtesy of Andrew Glenn.

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Mayday Parade makes gritty comeback Reply

By Mackenzie Dineen – 1851 Staff

Photo courtesy of propertyofzack.com Mayday Parade’s new album was released October 9 with new sounds and a different kind of album artwork.

Photo courtesy of propertyofzack.com
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.

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