By Deanna Costa
The Greater Boston Area is brimming with the holiday spirit, and so are we!
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Deanna Costa categorizes and highlights the best of this year’s offerings. Look no further for recommendations of local singalongs, concerts, movies, and plays. Musician Ken Field gives us a music break from all that information with his original piece, “Canned Chicken.” We wrap up by highlighting Fuse contributor Susan Miron’s recent review of two albums: Jordi Savall’s reworking of Handel’s Messiah and Stile Antico’s A Spanish Nativity. Her full article can be found here
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Deanna Costa is a recent graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication, where she earned a B.S. in Journalism with a focus on Magazine Design. During her time at BU, she covered local concerts for on-campus publications in multiple formats. Outside of writing, she routinely interviewed artists and reviewed albums live on her weekly radio show, DJ-ed on campus events, and held the Studio Productions Director position in 2017. Currently, she is a full-time administrative assistant, a freelance music journalist, and host of the Arts Fuse Podcast: The Short Fuse.