BOSTON — A nor’easter moved across Massachusetts on Wednesday, affecting travelers headed to their Thanksgiving destinations.
BOSTON — Berkelee College of Music is distancing itself from comedian Bill Cosby, who has come under sharp scrutiny in recent weeks over multiple accusations of sex assault.
BOSTON — Actors’ Shakespeare Project tackles Racine’s “Phèdre” at the First Church in Boston. It’s worth seeing, says Carolyn Clay, despite the production’s flaws.
BOSTON — A community forum at the Twelfth Baptist Church in Roxbury to discuss the events in Ferguson was followed by a demonstration involving hundreds of protestors throughout the city.
BOSTON — Central parts if the state are expected to get 6 to 10 inches of snow Wednesday afternoon into the evening, with snow totals dropping as you move towards the coast.
Protests broke out in Ferguson, Mo., and across the country after the grand jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson, the officer who shot and killed Michael Brown..
The holiday season is here, which means “The Nutcracker” is back on stages around the Boston area and the country. This classic ballet has been recreated dozens of times, becoming a staple performance that everyone needs to see.
A storm is expected to bring rain and snow to the region Wednesday.
It’s reportedly her first trip abroad as senator. She will be traveling to Israel, the West Bank and Jordan.
Starting December, catch performances of “Messiah” and other holiday features by Boston Baroque, Boston Pops, and many more, around the Boston Area.
It’s safe to say that as a society, we have come out of our nerdy dungeons and basements, says Ethan Gilsdorf. Not only has D&D become ordinary, it’s almost a cliché.
BOSTON — Cicely Tyson is the star of an African-American cast in “The Trip to Bountiful” at the Cutler Majestic Theatre through Dec. 7.
BOSTON — Marylou Sudders is the state’s former mental health commissioner.
BOSTON — Scott Brown had been a Fox News contributor after he lost his Massachusetts U.S. Senate bid to Elizabeth Warren.
BOSTON — Brooke Adams is the valiantly upbeat protagonist, Winnie, of the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s production of Samuel Beckett’s classic “Happy Days” at Babson until Nov. 23.
BOSTON — The Republican beat the Democrat by just 40,165 votes.
BOSTON — More than a million Massachusetts residents are expected to drive for the holiday, the highest number since 2005.
BOSTON — Tania Pérez-Salas’ Compañía de Danza, based in Mexico City, has gained worldwide recognition with visually arresting, unconventional productions. Pérez-Salas and her dancers will make their debut in Boston this weekend.
BOSTON — The proposal — which would have been the first such sweeping measure in the country — was met by staunch opposition.
BOSTON — Gil Rose leads Odyssey Opera in two one-act operas by Dominick Argento Nov. 22 and 23, featuring Aaron Engebreth and Heather Buck.
BOSTON — Dick Lehr, co-author of “Black Mass,” rewinds history to a conflict in 1915 between groundbreaking director, D.W. Griffith, and journalist and activist, William Monroe Trotter.
The Puppet Showplace Theater will be featuring a slew of performances for children, families and adults.
BOSTON — The four dispensaries in Boston, Taunton, Greenfield and Fairhaven fill counties that did not previously have any medical marijuana dispensaries in the works.
BOSTON — The ACLU is asking the state’s highest court to dismiss tens of thousands of criminal convictions tied to former state chemist Annie Dookhan, who admitted to tampering with evidence.
Memories, it turns out, are malleable, and brain scientists are learning to alter and erase them, raising some hopes of possible treatments for memory disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.
Coakley wants a judge to wait to review the settlement until after the Health Policy Commission releases its final report on the impact Partners’ acquisition would have on the market.
BOSTON — A report by the state’s Health Policy Commission finds allowing Partners Health Care to merge with Hallmark Health Systems would increase health care costs on the North Shore.
BOSTON — Massachusetts ranks in the top 10 of all states for prescribing OxyContin and other long-acting painkillers, but in the bottom 10 for overall prescribing of opioids.
BOSTON — Undocumented immigrants in Massachusetts do not have access to most public health insurance programs, which can pose particular challenges at the end of life.
Massachusetts has been given an additional year to transition to a new system that would change the way insurance carriers calculate premiums for businesses.