Marvin Rabin, founding music director of the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, died at the age of 97.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Civil War-era church was moved 80 feet to the south Thursday, kicking off construction of Lesley University’s new $46 million arts center.
Actor Will Ferrell was in Boston yesterday — or maybe we should say his character, Ron Burgundy, from the “Anchorman” movie franchise was here.
What now nearly obsolete electronic instrument do songs by Michael Jackson, Prine, Run DMC and Blondie have in common? Each tune uses a drum machine to help drive the beat.
Young DJs gain on-air experience at Radio Perkins, the radio station for Perkins School for the Blind.
While preparing an exhibit of watercolors by painter John Singer Sargent, a curator at the MFA made a discovery in the museum’s archives that is especially poignant this month, 50 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Erica Hirshler found photocopies of letters Jacqueline Kennedy wrote to then-MFA director Perry Rathbone two months after […]
Gov. Deval Patrick triples the funding for Cultural Facilities Fund to $15 million.
The homegrown early music orchestra offers three concerts this weekend for its 40th anniversary.
A surprise to many, Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston. We offer an update on the ongoing campaign to immortalize the dark writer’s roots in bronze.
Sophie Calle’s exhibit “Last Seen” was created in Boston and has traveled to museums around the world. But this is the first time it’s been shown at the scene of the crime.