Synecdoche, New York

By Callum MacKenzie
Staff Writer

Synecdoche, New York  is best described as the sort of movie that you just have to see; a short review in a newspaper simply can’t begin to describe the characters and events that occur in …

Obama’s Election: A Victory for Civil Rights

By Larry Watson
Contributing Writer and Berklee Faculty

What many of us thought impossible has happened. Upon hearing the news that Barack Obama had won the Presidential Election, the first call I made was to my mother. As joyful tears …

What Has Changed?

By Callum MacKenzie
Staff Writer

So here we are: Barack Obama, the 47-year-old mixed race son of Kenya and Kansas, has won the 2008 presidential election, and will be president of the United States on January 20, 2009. His campaign …

Where Was the Real McCain Hiding?

By Dan Htoo-Levine
Staff Writer 

It was a quick victory on election Tuesday for the 44th United States president-elect, Barack Obama. In Chicago, people turned out in droves at Grant Park to celebrate the historical win. The mood in Arizona …

Gay Marriage and Cultural Assimilation

By Rebecca Perkins
Contributing Writer 

The passing of Proposition 8 amending the California state constitution to define marriage as being a union between a man and a woman has caused uproar in LGBT communities across the country. Protesters are marching …

Police Brutality on Election Night

By Sebastian Gutierrez
Contributing Writer

It was expected well before the night of November 4 that results of the election would stir up massive commotion across the country. With regards to Boston, most people were ecstatic. You may have found …

Groove Exclusive: Matt Hales of Aqualung

By Zac Taylor

Matt Hales of Aqualung played an intimate solo show last month at Café 939 in support of his new record Words and Music. After sound check, he was kind enough to share a few words with …