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Amidst Pandemic Fear, Drive-Ins Make An Unexpected Return

Nicolas Valayannopoulos-Akrivou, Arts & Entertainment Editor

June 17, 2020

Drive-in movie theaters are generally associated with the mid-20th century, a time before the invention of cable TV, color television, VCRs, and video rental. But, are these “archaic” movie theaters still a memory of the past, or is their reappearance a reflection of our future, bringing people together while keeping a safe distance? A drive-in theater is a type of...

Pictured: The empty Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge.

Coronavirus Shuts Down Live Entertainment

April 25, 2020

On March 12th, Broadway announced that it would be canceling all performances for an indefinite amount of time due to the growing coronavirus outbreak. T...

Boston Youth Philharmonic Orchestra Students Perform at Symphony Hall

Nicolas Valayannopoulos-Akrivou, Contributing Writer

April 25, 2020

“The concert in Symphony Hall on March 12th was one of the highest points in the life of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra; the reason it was so important was because it was the last live concert in Boston before the virus took over and Boston closed down.” These were the words of Benjamin Zander, a world-renowned musical director and conductor of the Boston Youth Philharmoni...

The TikTok Hype, Explained

The TikTok Hype, Explained

March 25, 2020

TikTok is an app that has exceedingly taken over teens’ lives within the past year. With many viral videos being reposted onto other established platform...

The Boston Calling Festival released the lineup for its 2020 event  on January 28th.

Boston Calling Lineup Receives Backlash From Young Fans

March 23, 2020

Boston Calling, a music festival based in Boston, is known for its wide selection of artists that attract concertgoers of all backgrounds. Located at ...

CRLS students recently attended Black Light at the ART and had the opportunity to talk to the actors.

“Black Light” Illuminates African American Drag

November 11, 2019

What if I told you it’s going to be alright? But what if I told you, not yet,” affirms Daniel Alexander Jones, to a student audience in a powerful...

Student-Run Musical Heathers Anticipates Rehearsals

March 29, 2019

“Unlike a lot of musicals we’ve seen at Rindge, this show is very ‘girl power’ and female-driven. It’s refreshing to have an empowering show with both a good score and plot that accurately portrays the ups and downs of high school,” comments senior Micaela “Mica” León Perdomo, one of the co-producers of "Heathers." The upcoming musical, which is entirely student-run, is set to have performances at Cambridge’s Graham and Parks School on May 31st and June 1st at 7:00 PM as well as June 2nd at 2:00 PM.

What to Do in Boston Over This Winter Break

Sun-Jung Yum, Managing Editor

December 19, 2017

This year’s winter break is dishearteningly short—just ten days long—but that doesn’t mean we should stay indoors hoping to finish as many seasons of Game of Thrones as possible. Instead, get up from your bed to enjoy the festivities that Boston has to offer before the dreaded return to school. Splurge, Sit Back, and Relax Even though it may be more of an inves...

Fun Home is based on the memoir of the same name.

Broadway Musical Fun Home Impresses in Boston

November 29, 2017

“My dad and I both grew up in the same small Pennsylvania town, and he was gay, and I was gay. And he … killed himself … and I became a lesbian cart...

Finding Neverland spent two weeks in Boston this August.

Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust: What Finding Neverland Taught Us about Senior Year

September 28, 2017

This summer, the Broadway musical Finding Neverland spent two weeks at the Boston Opera House. On behalf of the Register Forum, we attended opening night i...

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