As campus libraries become increasingly congested, the visit to the corner coffee shop acquires a special urgency.
Arts & Culture
“Locke” turns a potential trap of contrived minimalism into a brilliant, provoking and enthralling film.
New Harvest Coffee and Spirits’ low-key location inside the Arcade off Westminster Street belies its sophisticated menu and expert service.
The Oscar-nominated documentary follows the careers of Ushio Shinohara, a Japanese neo-dadaist artist, and his wife, Noriko, who also pursues her own art.
When the face of famed film director Wes Anderson materialized on screen, the audience burst into thunderous applause.
Cook and Brown Public House, Hope Street’s New England-inspired gastropub, serves up mouthwatering and creative cuisine with a focus on local ingredients.
Trent Page ’98 followed a somewhat unconventional recipe for success in the culinary world.
You need to wait until it’s lit, Chef Phil Niosi explains. Then it’s really something to see.
The most important part of the restaurant — the menu — is large and diverse, offering delicacies from both Japanese and Korean cuisines.
Phoebe Lapine ’07 is the blogger behind “Feed Me Phoebe,” a site that shares recipes, gives cooking advice and catalogues culinary adventures.