Category:Columns

The Benefits of Busking

Alex Hicks

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of speaking to a few talented musicians that have been out playing on the streets of Back Bay Boston. The art of busking dates back to before the middle ages, people have preformed on the streets in some form or another in every country in the world.

Words Made Visible

Callie Huber

Inspired by the vivid imagery of each quote, I set out to create a video collage to bring these words to life.

Poetry Exchange Take 2

Seph Hamilton

Poetry Exchange is a brand new project headed by Seph Hamilton. Seph takes to the streets of Boston, typewriter in tow, and sets up a small station for public exchange of poetry.

The Living Death

Stephanie Welton

The bar is running low on its liquor supply. No one here of age to drink it anyways. A few layers of dust have accumulated on the countertop. No one really comes here at all actually. At least, not anymore.…

Poetry Exchange

Seph Hamilton

Poetry Exchange is a brand new project headed by Seph Hamilton. Seph takes to the streets of Boston, typewriter in tow, and sets up a small station for public exchange of poetry. He types you a poem on his typewriter,…

Nolan Eley

Paola Serna

...Ever wonder if there actually is good chance of supporting yourself with a music degree and on top of that having the time to keep yourself looking snazzy? Meet Nolan Eley, a fresh-out-of-Berklee grad, who is currently breaking all those stereotypes of BM/BFA college students. During our interview Eley expressed his current transition in life as a “malaise," but from my point of view he seems very close to achieving his dream of becoming a yuppie.

You Are Your Words

Callie Huber

This photo series is meant to illustrate the idea: you are your words. The featured songwriters all represent different genres of music. They were chosen because of their varying styles and personalities. The hope is that each personality and genre is exemplified through the image and the words crafted by the selected writers.