Deborah Brosseau

About Deborah Brosseau

Deborah Brosseau provides audience development services to arts & entertainment, lifestyle, and non-profit clients. She is a freelance writer, providing anything from local listicles to corporate profiles for various online publications. Having first experienced Melrose in the '80s, she enjoys writing about the old school creatives as well as the progressive new ones.

Happy New Year – Welcome to 2019!

Let’s talk about resolutions for a minute. For a lot of us, it was easy to let 2018 resolutions go right off the rails given how crazy the year was. Time to give them another shot. You’re worth it. The fine folks on Melrose Avenue are here to make sure you have the best new […]

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Seven Ways To Spend All Your Christmas Loot On Melrose Avenue

You spent an entire month buying presents for everyone else + you exercised amazing restraint while shopping on Melrose + Santa delivered some cash = time to buy yourself some things. It’s your turn, and we’ve got some suggestions for how to invest in something special with that holiday dough in your pocket. GET A […]

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All The Entertainment For A New Year On Melrose

The theatres on Melrose are opening the new year with a typically excellent selection of drama, comedy, poetry, and music. You won’t find entertainment like this anywhere else in the city. GREENWAY COURT THEATRE The largest weekly opening mic night in America is always a must-do. Da Poetry Lounge is a communal space that allows […]

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Gifts Under $25: 10 Awesome Budget Buys

The great thing about doing all your holiday shopping on Melrose is that you can get excellent gifts for everyone on your list for under $25. From your conservative aunt and beauty junkie boss to your goth neighbor and music-loving partner, there’s something in store for them all. Here are ten ideas to get you […]

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