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Noho Nibbles: Noodles

Features February 11, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Hannah Elbaum ’19 Assistant Copy Editor On a Saturday afternoon whim, my friend and I decided to venture downtown for dinner, a first for us first-years. Coming from the Quad, we were excited to explore but did not want to walk too far. Noodles was the perfect distance: definitely offRead More

NoHo Nibbles: Asian Restaurants for Every Occasion

Features November 12, 2015 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Jin Lee ’16 Contributing Writer Sometimes we’re stuck not knowing what to eat in town for certain occasions, but we don’t have time for indecision! These are some of my favorite Asian restaurants to go to when I’m craving authentic Asian food. For those people who have never tried AsianRead More

Photo by Anya Gruber '16 | LimeRed offers a wide variety of bubble tea flavors with different toppings and add-ins.

NoHo Nibbles: LimeRed Teahouse

Features November 5, 2015 at 9:00 am 0 comments

  Janan Fugel ’19 Staff Writer Rating: ★★★★★ (out of five) Price: $$ (out of three) LimeRed is one of my favorite places to go in downtown NoHo. The space is pretty small, but the atmosphere is very fun. Bubble tea in and of itself is fun. There are sweetRead More

Shonda Rhimes Surprises Us Again: The Return of TGIT

Arts October 1, 2015 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Gina Mantica ’16 Assistant Arts Editor On Sept. 24, Shonda Rhimes surprised audiences once again with three high-intensity season openers filled with surprising twists and turns. “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” and “How to Get Away with Murder” are some of the hottest shows on cable television this fall. Rhimes keeps viewersRead More

Ryan Adams Reinvents Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’

Arts October 1, 2015 at 2:14 am 0 comments

Laura Green ’18 Contributing Writer Ryan Adams, a folk rock singer-songwriter active since the ’90s, released a song-by-song cover of country-gone-pop star Taylor Swift’s latest album “1989” last week. On the surface, it seems an unlikely pairing, but Adams brings attention to Swift’s lyrics with his stripped-down instrumentals and hauntingRead More

Lily Tomlin Wins ‘Best Grandma’ Award

Arts September 24, 2015 at 9:09 am 0 comments

Catherine Ellsberg ’16 Staff Writer Were it cast differently, it would be tempting to dismiss Paul Weitz’s compact, 80-minute film “Grandma” as mere indie-drama fodder. Fortunately for everyone involved, Lily Tomlin plays the film’s title character, ripping into the film at full-throttle and veering from hilarity to quiet tragedy oftenRead More

Halsey’s Badlands: A Raw and Honest Journey Through a Fictional Dystopia

Arts September 17, 2015 at 6:51 pm 0 comments

Sarah Gruber ’19 Contributing Writer Profound, authentic and deeply resonant with Halsey’s audience, “Badlands” establishes a rising star’s place in the modern music industry. A concept album at its finest, “Badlands” is a journey to a fictional dystopian world created by the singer. Halsey, the moniker of 20-year-old, aqua-haired AshleyRead More

Poetry at Smith: A Review of Ellen Bryant Voigt and T. Miller’s Reading

Arts November 7, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Kitty Dymek ’14 Contributing Writer Tuesday, the 22nd of October, was a great night for the many poetry lovers at Smith. Ellen Bryant Voigt, brought in through the Smith Poetry Center, read in Weinstein Auditorium to an audience of just over one hundred people. The reading lasted from 7:30 toRead More

Pure Heroine and Post-Pop

Arts November 7, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Jenny Weng ’15 Contributing Writer Lorde, with her number one debuting single, “Royals,” seems to have come onto the American pop scene almost from nowhere. The hit single by the New Zealand-born 16-year-old is not your typical upbeat, dance-y pop tune, and the rest of the tracks on her debutRead More

Restaurant Review: Amanouz Café

News November 7, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Sarah Robbins ’17 Contributing Writer From the outside, the Amanouz Café looks sweet and unobtrusive. Located at 44 Main Street, the Moroccan-themed restaurant sports a little blue and white awning jutting out onto the sidewalk and attracting customers. It’s not very large compared to some of the other well-known NorthamptonRead More