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Ghost at House of Blues, Boston, in pictures

Ghost at House of Blues, Boston, in pictures

September 28, 2015 – House of Blues, Boston, MA All photos by Regina Alongi/Connector For hi-res photos, or for permission to use these photos outside of this publication, contact Regina Alongi at Regina_Alongi@student.uml.edu or Alongi.Regina@gmail.com

‘Momentary’ meeting with a legendary ‘Master’: Interview with Albert Hammond, Jr.

Photos courtesy of BB Gun Press Regina Alongi Connector Editor The Strokes may be one of the most legendary bands to come out of New York City in the last 20 years. In 2001, their debut album, “Is This It,” was featured in various publications as the best album of the year, is often called

There’s a new Tribe in town

Regina Alongi Connector Staff “Revitalization” may be the best word to explain the change Tribe Society has just gone through. Dropping the Gentlemen Hall moniker and parting ways with a bandmate, the quintet have reestablished themselves as a heavier, hip hop-influenced alternative rock band. We were first introduced to Tribe Society when they released a

Boston Calling live blog: May 22

This weekend, Connector Arts and Entertainment editors Regina Alongi and Jen Desrosiers will be at Boston Calling with media and photo passes, respectively. We will be live updating this page from the concerts — that’s right, every noteworthy stage dive and booty shake will be posted here as it happens! Keep this post bookmarked and

English dept. presents ‘Lady Windermere’s Fan’

UMass Lowell’s Theatre Arts Program will be presenting “Lady Windermere’s Fan” in the Comley-Lane Theatre at Mahoney Hall this week. The play, having been first published in 1893, is Oscar Wilde’s first hit comedy. It centers around titular character Lady Windermere who thinks her husband is having an affair with another woman. After she confronts

Tsarnaev charges and verdicts

Illustration by Jane Flavell Collins/file VIA AP   Details of all charges can be seen here.  A break down of the 30 charges Dzhokhar Tsarnaev faces in relation to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.   COUNT 1 (Death Penalty Charge) — GUILTY Conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, resulting in death COUNT 2 (Death

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