• katya labowe-stoll

    far from home

    changing perspectives of morgan (vt) and providence (ri)

    October 4, 2018
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    I. The car jerks in the transition from smooth asphalt to unpredictable dirt and rock, bumping the suitcases within. The road narrows, and a soft click turns on the brights, illuminating the canopy of countless maple and birch lining Wayesses Shore Road. Behind the reach of the car’s lights, there is a darkness so complete […]

    that chengdu feeling

    providence’s chinatown is in pawtucket

    September 27, 2018
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    If you are in Providence and haven’t made the light trek to Chengdu Taste, you should tonight. Somebody must know somebody with a car. Or I can drive you in my hot new sports car: my grandparents’ Subaru. Except for the poke place and the ramen shop that specialize in just one thing, College Hill […]

    purple on the palette

    exploring vanjess’s new album, silk canvas

    September 13, 2018
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    Albums aren’t that long. At times, I think about certain albums and it’s hard to relate them to, say, a 50-minute lecture on 19th-century American art. Albums and musicians are in the business of packing in their artistry, of conveying their ideas, expressing their influences and pushing certain sounds forward in a tight window. What […]

    short and smart

    introducing the ivy film festival’s official selection

    April 12, 2018
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    Out of the nearly 500 submissions it received, the Ivy Film Festival will air 25 student-made short films during three sessions on Friday (4:30 p.m.), Saturday (3 p.m.), and Sunday (1 p.m.) in the Granoff Martinos Auditorium. Post- spoke to Cristina Ballarini ’18 and Kripa Venkatesh ’19, the directors of the Programming division and its […]

    playing at the movies

    wilbury theatre group’s the flick at the cable car cinema

    March 15, 2018
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    Annie Baker’s play The Flick, which won her the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2014, is being performed on-site at the Cable Car Cinema through March 25 by the Wilbury Theatre Group. The strengths of this condensed version of the play (the 2015 Off-Broadway revival ran for three hours and 10 minutes; this version runs […]