Category: Arts

Williams students kick off Artsbreak in style

On Sunday, the Clark Art Institute presented the first of a series of Artsbreak concerts.

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The Bite That Burns

The Bite That Burns is a musical staged on the set of a movie. As the show opens, talking is heard briefly in the darkness before the lights come up on the protagonist Blake Steel.

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Local bookstore celebrates National Poetry Month

During April, the American Academy of Poets and the American Poetry and Literary Project will give away 100,000 books of poetry in celebration of National Poetry Month.

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Lost in Space: craptacular remake of 60’s sitcom

"Uninspired" is probably the best word to describe Lost in Space, the newest expensive sci-fi action movie based on a 60’s television show.

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Dakota: steak, seafood & smiles

Quick information: Incredible steakhouse serving all things steak, seafood, and chicken. Vegetarians should steer clear. Best salad bar in the Berkshires. 40 minutes south in Lenox.

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Freddie Bryant brings fruits of Brazilian jazz movement to Williams music scene

Conventional wisdom holds that the contemporary jazz scene is ultimately weakened by a lack of the type of innovative visionary that dominated the 50s and 60s.

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SoCA brings Steel Pan orchestra to Lasell

Walking down Spring Street on Sunday afternoon, one may have heard enchanting beats, rhythms, and harmonies coming from the third floor of Lasell.

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An interview with leaders of ArtMatters

The Record had the opportunity to speak with two of the current leaders of ArtMatters, Langley Eide ’98 and Yung-En Chen ’99, about their hopes and plans for the organization.

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Spotlight on the Artist: Lisa Brodsky

Record: Where do you draw the line between what is and isn’t folk art?

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Oscars ’98

Jeff: Okay, here we are, the 70th Annual Academy Awards. And to start with, it’s obvious that Titanic will be the big winner.

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