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It’s a wrap: films to finish off the semester

‘Wild’ | Opened Dec. 3 | 120 minutes It is often said that before we cast judgment on someone, we must walk a mile in their shoes. According to this logic, hiking the 1,000-plus miles of the Pacific Coast Trail must be the empathy exercise of a lifetime. Based on Cheryl Strayed’s wildly popular ...

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Meeting Street Gourmet Heaven shuts down

Employees at Gourmet Heaven on Meeting Street arrived for their shifts Wednesday to learn that the store would be closing indefinitely starting that night, according to a staff member who wished to remain anonymous because she was not authorized to speak by the store’s management. The Gourmet Heaven ...

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Tallulah’s Taqueria serves up taco of the town

With the excitement in her voice contrasting with the composure of her neatly folded hands, a woman introduces herself. “Hi, I’m Kelly Ann. I’m ‘Tallulah.’” The tattooed man next to her chuckles, as if at an inside joke, and responds, “Yeah, she is.” So begins the campaign video for ...

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New & Noteworthy Reads: Nov. 14, 2014

‘Lila’ | Marilynne Robinson ’66  On an average day, Robinson teaches at the nation’s best writing program, the University of Iowa’s Writer’s Workshop. On her good days, she wins awards like the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Humanities Medal. Robinson’s third novel — a ...

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The Lineup

Stevie Wonder | Nov. 11 | TD Garden’s Fleet Center, Boston Wonder has garnered more Grammy Awards than any other male soloist — 22, not including his 1996 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award — since he first signed with Motown Records at the tender age of 11. But as the angelic voice that launched ...

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Center stage: This month in theater

‘The Imaginary Invalid’ | Providence College Smith Center for the Arts | Oct. 31-Nov. 9 Given the subject matter, it is ironic that “The Imaginary Invalid” was the last work produced by Molière, the 17th-century French playwright best remembered for his comedies. The show follows the antics ...

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Premonitions: Halloween events to haunt your week

Greg Abate and the ‘Monsters in the Night’ Band | AS220 Black Box Theatre | Oct. 24 The Providence-based jazz mogul has played saxophone in international performances with sultans of swing like Phil Woods and Ray Charles and has been hailed by the Washington Post as “one of the most exciting ...

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Review

Wolitzer ’81 explores the adolescent psyche

Only rarely does a young adult novel achieve the complexity and gravitas of general literary fiction, which perhaps explains why writers in the latter category rarely seek to appeal to the former. Of course, there are notable exceptions, including Carl Hiaasen, Philippa Gregory and — as of the Sept. ...

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In the foreground: October art

“Crew Scapes” | Nick Paciorek | ArtProv This weekend marks the 46th year of Boston’s famed Head of the Charles Regatta, and the Thursday opening of “Crew Scapes” provides a timely celebration of the athletic event. Paciorek’s collection of oil paintings vibrantly reflects the years he spent ...

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New and noteworthy books: Oct. 10, 2014

‘Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage’ | Haruki Murakami | Knopf The Royal Swedish Academy shocked bettors across the world Thursday when it awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Literature not to Murakami, who was largely thought to be a shoo-in, but to Patrick Modiano. Part of this ...

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