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Gloriana Takes the Stage at the Boston Royale

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By Caterina Stahl
Breakout country band Gloriana performed at the Royale in Boston on Thursday night. Fans lined the street hours before the show, hoping to get the best seats in the house.

Santorum is Out

By Ariana Sandillo
Rick Santorum has suspended his campaign. The former Pennsylvania Senator made his announcement following the weekend hospitalization of his 3-year old daughter Isabella.

Cabin In The Woods Thrills

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By Katie O’Donnell
“The Cabin in the Woods” is a love letter to classic horror flicks. Writers Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dollhouse) and Drew Goddard (Cloverfield) invite viewers to what seems like a spoof on horror flicks. It evolves into a story filled with monsters, clich├ęs and a touch of science fiction.

Next to Normal Rocks the SpeakEasy Stage

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By Jordan Moncada
This musical is anything but normal. The Boston premiere of the rock musical Next to Normal was brought to the SpeakEasy Stage Company. Next to Normal takes you into the life of an ordinary suburban family dealing the extraordinary effects of a mother’s mental illness.

Amy Andersen Knows How to Make You Laugh

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By Shakala Alvaranga
Comedian Amy Anderson just performed in Boston. Anderson’s comedic personality runs in the family. Her 4-year-old daughter, Aubrey Anderson, plays Mitchell and Cam’s adopted daughter Lily on the hit TV series “Modern Family.”

Move over Avatar! Here Comes John Carter.

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By Shannon Dwyer
The new action flick John Carter is giving James Cameron a run for his money. Academy award-winning director Andrew Stanton and Walt Disney Pictures have combined forces to bring Edgar Rice Burroughs’ book series Barsoom to the big screen.

Massachusetts Cries Out Against Three Strike Bill

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By Dominque Banas
Three strikes and you’re out. Three-hundred protestors are using this baseball terms to describe a new crime bill. The Massachusetts bill states that if you commit 3 felonies, you would be in prison for life.