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Broke Beats: Jazz Cartier – ‘Marauding in Paradise’
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Four years ago, 21-year-old Jazz Cartier was basically the Asher Roth of New England prep school rap. The Indian Mountain alumnus blipped the blogosphere with his mixtape Losing Elizabeth, which he put together while studying at Connecticut’s Avon Old Farms. Marauding in Paradise, Cartier’s long-awaited followup eschews that sophomoric aesthetic for a tempestuous and ambitious new style dubbed “cinematic trap music.”

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“Don’t Try to Be Perfect. Just Do the Best You Can.”
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“The poster? That’s the answer. There it is,” Ethel Weiss says. At 100 years old, Weiss remains the sole owner of Irving’s Toy and Card Shop in Brookline. She continues to run the petite store almost every day about 76 years after she and her husband Irving Kravetz founded it.

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You Won’t Be Able to Look Away From the Aquarium’s New Baby Penguin
News

World Penguin Day — unarguably the world’s cutest holiday — is this Saturday, and our city’s own aquarium has something extra to celebrate. A baby little blue penguin is growing bigger and stronger behind closed doors at the New England Aquarium, while it spends more time with the ‘rents and weighs in with the staff before making its exhibit debut. More

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Movies
Premiere Of Paramount Pictures' "Men, Women & Children" - Arrivals
Extras Fed Up With Native American Sterotypes Walk Off Set of Adam Sandler’s New Movie
Movies

Some will say that Adam Sandler is most famous for his early works like Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison, others will remember his sharp decline into mediocrity in the ’00s. His project The Ridiculous Six, a clear spoof of 1960’s The Magnificent Seven, appears to lampoon the stereotypes of old Western films, to the point where extras are walking off set due to the film’s portrayals Native Americans. More