BOSTON — MBTA officer Richard Donohue is on the mend, but still has a long way to go. He and his wife Kim remain optimistic.
The Latvian-born Nelsons is the youngest music director to lead the orchestra in over 100 years.
BOSTON — Teens from Massachusetts and Connecticut took part in a week-long “adaptive” sports camp at Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown. They tried tennis, track, golf and cycling.
Nancy Schön, the public artist famous for her “Make Way For Ducklings” sculpture in the Boston Public Garden, debuted the newest addition to her Winnie the Pooh Posse at the Newton Free Library.
The Boston Pops opens its season Wednesday night with country music superstar Vince Gill.
Katarina Burin, 37, makes mid-20th century-inspired designs, installations and furniture inspired by a fictional character named Petra Andrejova-Molnar.
This weekend, 425 artists will share everything from glass blowing to painting to sculpture to photography in 109 different spaces around Somerville.
A new exhibit at MIT celebrates objects we use everyday — not “rock star” devices like smartphones or laptops, but the ones that keep our papers together or open our bottles of wine.
In the wake of the marathon bombings, a group of “citizen artists” made up of students from BU’s College of Fine Arts visited BMC to bring them relief through music.
The Independent Film Festival begins Wednesday night.