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Recently, I went with a friend to grab a bite to eat downtown. We went down to Chinatown and walked into Shojo, a unique and trendy restaurant that serves the food family style, allowing you to share with whoever you are with. This is called tapas style at Shojo, where they give smaller plat…

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German-British singer Alice Merton recently came to Boston and played at Paradise Rock Club in Allston, on Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. Merton was doing a short tour to end 2019; as she’s about to release a new album, she wanted to tease some new material she's put out and also play songs from her…

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Ruckus, located in the heart of Chinatown in Boston, is a small, almost hidden noodle shop. They are described as a “funky, intimate eatery offering a small but strong selection of Asian noodle soups” according to Yelp. I would agree with the description and add they are also a quite lively …

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The Longfellow Bar sits atop the Harvard Square restaurant Alden and Harlow as its slightly more casual addition. The two-story bar offers a relaxed space with the perfect integration of vintage-inspired and modern décor. While the lower level reached the point of standing room only, the upp…

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Shore Leave is a restaurant and tiki bar located at 11 William E. Mullins Way Boston, Mass, right across from Ink Block apartments. The location is actually quite hidden, as when you walk in, you have to travel down the undergrounds of the block it is located on. The vibe is laid back, yet s…

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So Disney+ finally released, and because everyone is freaking out about it, I figured now would be a great time to review the newest addition to the Star Wars universe: "The Mandalorian."

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What would you do if you had so much money that you could literally spend it on anything you wanted to buy? You could get yourself a private yacht or a giant diamond. I know my boyfriend would get himself a new motorcycle and a car, but I am a little different. I love the taste of finer, mor…

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Celebrating Thanksgiving in college can be difficult. Some of us are a plane ride away from home, or a drive that takes hours. For this, we may not all be able to see our families this holiday, so here are some other options for things you can do around Boston to celebrate Thanksgiving.