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Latest: June 2019
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Despite Low Expectations, “Dark Phoenix” Fails to Rise
Sophie Turner’s portrayal of Jean Grey is as paper thin as the pages of the source material she probably did not read.
2020: Choose Your Fighter
A Gen-Z Guide to the Democratic Primary
Don't Miss List
Your guide to this summer’s coolest culture.
Percy Jackson Musical ‘The Lightning Thief’ Electrifies Audiences
'This is the crossover that gets it right.'
Chemical Reactions: A Reflection on the Impact of My Chemical Romance
Even though they’re dead and gone, MCR’s memory will carry on.
Let It Pour
Your guide to beating one of the rainiest months of the year.
“Detective Pikachu”: Maybe We Don’t Need to Catch ‘Em All
I could not help but be disappointed by a film that, despite having so much potential, drops the ball faster than my Golisopod using Aqua Jet.
Man of Steel Is More Than Muscle
For a more hopeful and likeable interpretation of the last son of Krypton, we must dig deeper into his mythos.
Don't Miss List: March 2019
“Bohemian Rhapsody”: A Bumpy Ride on a Rock-n-Roller Coaster
Although the film is overall an emotional, head-banging, rock-n-roller coaster, there are several sequences that are no bed of roses and no pleasure cruise.
In “X-Men,” Diversity is Giant-Sized
From their inception, the X-Men were meant to be an allegory for those unrepresented in society.
Out of the Comics and Into The Spider-Verse
“Into the Spider-Verse” is without a doubt not only one of the funniest, but one of the most lovingly made movies of the year.
Warped Tour Famous: Three Bands Rocking the Scene
Warped Tour is the biggest celebration of alternative rock and roll in the United States.
New "Fallout" Breaks with Tradition—and Exceeds Expectations
“Fallout 76” marks a major shift, making the jump from single player to a online multiplayer experience.
Drop Your Textbook! Everything You Learned in History Class is Wrong
In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue, and then committed mass genocide.
Not Just For Nerds!
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Fan Expo!
Pass the Mic: Sociedad Latina
For seven weeks, Sociedad Latina youth joined WriteBoston for a crash course in journalism.
The offstage impact of an onstage childhood.
The net neutrality battle intensifies.
The Musician in Your Math Class: Boston's Youth Artists Deserve Your Clicks
Young people all around Boston are making waves in the music industry.
Do You Hear the People Sing?
Here are some famous examples of American protest music through the decades.
Survival of the loudest: The evolution of rock 'n' roll
“Rock ‘n’ roll ain’t noise pollution, rock and roll will never die.”
The future of Internet freedom is in your hands
Do you want be the generation that allowed the Internet to die?
How street wear became high fashion
Street wear is usually an affordable alternative to designer brands.