Boston Street Mural Art and its Messages to History and Today

Art is no stranger to the greater area of Boston, as theater and music overwhelm the residents with endless choices of performance. Street art is no exception, and it has a long history within Boston itself. Three murals in particular help gauge the history of Boston Art, as well as it’s future.

Craig Alan on Newbury

Nestled between the luxury stores of Newbury Street, sits a tiny contemporary art gallery no bigger than the elevator bay of my dorm building. Directed by Liz Novick, Newbury Fine Arts is a beautiful gem hidden amongst the high-end and commercialized stores of Boston’s historic shopping street.

Fruits in Decay at Harvard

People usually try to preserve fruits in a ripe, fresh state; this way the fruit will last longer and can be enjoyed later on. Rudolph Blaschka thought differently and decided to preserve fruit in its states of decay; this obviously doesn’t keep the fruit for eating, but it does make an interesting exhibit.

Plant Friends

If you have any form of social media, you have surely seen the numerous amounts of cacti and succulents that have been blowing up every feed.

Sam Fish and EXIT: DTX – What Next?

It was my second day back in Boston, and I was walking back to my dorm from Downtown Crossing. As I got to the edges, the Paramount sign looming ahead, I turned and noticed EXIT. I had grown up in a town where stores turned over frequently, so seeing something new wasn’t odd—especially in a…

Screw This, I’m Going to Florida

Those familiar with the television program The Office (U.S.), which is to say every single person who has so much as glanced at a Twitter feed or made passing eye contact with someone with a Netflix subscription, may be aware of a certain subplot in which a few members of our beloved gang of beleaguered…

The Only Thing I Care About Is Harvard Square’s Milk Bar

There is a genre of online content known as “oddly satisfying videos.” These are the weird clips of disembodied hands doing strange activities that clog your discover page on any given social media platform. For most of these, I believe the word “oddly” applies to the word “satisfying” in that I am utterly mystified as…

Quick Tips On Making Your Dog Walking Experiences A Little Easier

My love for dogs is boundless. They are the most compassionate and beautiful domesticated creatures that mother nature has created. I absolutely do not believe that humanity deserve them. They are the most happiest animal in this dark world. Dogs are amazing and I am not just forced to say that because of my very…