The Latin American Film Series is taking over the screen at the MFA for the month of March. While the directors share a Central or South American heritage, their films share little other than a tendency to include long takes.
Massachusetts health care officials struggling to repair the state’s hobbled website are looking at the possibility of leasing or buying technology from states with functioning insurance sites.
BOSTON — Judge William Young will preside over the rigged hiring case against John O’Brien, the state’s former probation commissioner.
BOSTON — The tunnel should be open by 5 a.m. Monday morning, two days earlier than expected.
MIT Professor Jay Scheib brings today’s technology to the theater with his trademark style of capturing the production he is directing on stage with an HD camera for a simulcast film presentation.
BOSTON — Despite a battle with breast cancer and a handful of more lucrative job offers, Kathy Delaney-Smith has been Harvard’s women’s basketball coach for the past 32 years. Now she’s one win away from becoming the winningest basketball coach — man or woman — in the history of the Ivy League.
#BostonBetter, a partnership of 19 local museums and libraries, will host a series of events through March and April, including an exhibit titled “Dear Boston: Messages from the Marathon Memorial” at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square.
BOSTON — The Supreme Judicial Court ruled Wednesday that existing laws do not protect women in public places from people taking pictures under their clothing.
BOSTON — “We were under the impression that negotiations were positive and ongoing, and we were surprised by the abrupt and hostile tone of the Parade organizers’ rejection,” MassEquality Executive Director Kara Coredini said in a statement.
BOSTON — Parade organizers now say they don’t believe MassEquality has a group of veterans who want to march in the parade as they had claimed on their application.