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Review: Diablo 3

Review: Diablo 3

Always on
Where is your copy of Diablo 3 ? It's not on your computer. It never will be. It is in the cloud, with all its virtual spoils streaming live over the Internet.
By MADDY MYERS  |  June 03, 2012

Baseball non-stars

Big Fat Whale
8 trading cards for unlikely baseball heroes.
By BRIAN MCFADDEN  |  March 29, 2011

Rehearsing their choir

Lady Lamb the Beekeeper are easy to find, easy to love
Epically twee, and then simply epic, "Comet Flies Over the Underbelly" — the fourth track on Lady Lamb the Beekeeper's Samples for Handsome Animals — is, for a minute or two, almost unbearable.
By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  December 31, 2008

Triple threat

Local rock three-way not nearly as gross as it sounds
This Friday, October 24, at the Middle East upstairs, no fewer than three local rock bands will release brand-new CDs on the very same night — at the very same show.  
By MICHAEL BRODEUR  |  October 24, 2008

Do you have any treasures in your attic?

Old books
Sure, every once in a while, someone shows up at Ken Gloss’s talks on antique books with a real treasure, like a personalized, signed copy of JD Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye .
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  July 02, 2008

Wheeling through history

Vintage bicycles aren't just for lonely bike mechanics any more
Vintage bicycles, once an obscure subculture’s obsession, are gaining popularity as highly desired collectibles or cheaper, cooler rides.
By ELIZABETH FLOCK  |  May 07, 2008

Peace + Justice Center shutting down

“The [center] offered a low-cost way for small nonprofits to have their own office space,” says Betsy Smith of Equality Maine.
By JEFF INGLIS  |  September 05, 2007

You say 'bizarre'

 I say 'bazaar'
I stood in front of the Plain Mabel   table for a full five minutes, gripping a super-soft zipper pouch fashioned out of fabric that featured a pink bunny rabbit hunting for lady bugs, deliberating.
By SHARON STEEL  |  December 21, 2006

Apenest doesn’t want your sprinkle

Print this!  
One day, Brian Willmont decided he wanted to make an art magazine.
By CAMILLE DODERO  |  November 14, 2006

The end of an era in Allston

Gone but not forgotten
Down in his colossally cluttered cellar, Don McBride sits behind a kit and unleashes a roiling salvo worthy of Gene Krupa.
By MIKE MILIARD  |  November 08, 2006

Stamping grounds

Mauritius ; Stuff Happens ; 9 Parts of Desire  
Theresa Rebeck’s new Mauritius makes philately seem almost as exciting as the activity it sounds like.
By CAROLYN CLAY  |  October 24, 2006

High philately

Mauritius enters the weird world of stamps
“When I started working on this play, a lot of people came out of the woodwork and said, ‘I used to collect stamps,’ ” explains writer Theresa Rebeck over the phone from Los Angeles.
By SALLY CRAGIN  |  September 27, 2006

Walk on by

Bill Arning tours art at MIT; Alexander Dumbadze examines sculptural form at Brandeis; books and dioramas at NESAD
MIT’s campus is dotted with art — 46 works are listed on its most recent “Public Art Collection Map,” a document that you can download if you want to know what that big thing in front of the Stata Center is, or who made the cube-like piece in front of the library.
By RANDI HOPKINS  |  July 11, 2006

The Simpsons 20 best guest voices of all time

Will Gervais join them?
The TV gods are smiling upon us.
By RYAN STEWART  |  March 29, 2006

The right profile

  African-Americans in Andover, nudes in Winchester, sunglasses and cellphones in Essex
Contemporary African-American artists have taken on issues of race and American identity in a wealth of ways, from Kara Walker’s provocative silhouette narratives to Fred Wilson’s discomforting black "collectibles" to William Pope L’s agonizing acts of crawling.
By RANDI HOPKINS  |  January 17, 2006

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