Ken Burns' 'Vietnam War' Brilliantly Explores The Tragedy Of 'What Happened? What Happened?'
Burns and co-creator Lynn Novick bring home the full tragedy of a war that America is still fighting, says critic-at-large Ed Siegel.
What If Warhol And Capote Created A Broadway Play? Turns Out They Did, Sort Of
After a twisting, 10-year journey, Rob Roth's adaptation of the two men's conversations is onstage at the A.R.T.
8 Feminist Documentaries You Should See This Fall
The typical narrative about women and film is one of scarcity. Not so for documentaries screening in New England this fall.
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25 (Mostly) Free Ways To Acquaint Yourself With Boston's Arts Scene
New to Boston or looking for new ways to explore Boston's arts scene? From breweries to museums, check out a few ways to explore the city on the cheap.
In 'Stronger,' Jake Gyllenhaal Takes On The Pain, 'Joy And Hope' Of A Marathon Survival Story
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Gyllenhaal and Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman about the new film "Stronger."
Watch A Heartbreakingly Beautiful Tribute To Leonard Cohen
In a posthumous new video for "Leaving The Table," a paper cutout of the late singer flies over Montreal.
'School For Good And Evil' Is A Kids' Fantasy Series For The Fake News Era
"Good and evil — they mix in the world," says author Soman Chainani.
40 Nominees Unveiled For The 2017 National Book Awards
Of the names announced by the National Book Foundation, four will take home the literary prize in November.
Big Art, Big Money And Big Hopes Drive MASS MoCA's New Building 6
We took a tour to find out more about how this building is part of the museum's long-term strategy to boost the local economy.
Our Guide To The Art Inside
It exhibits works by big name contemporary artists like James Turrell, Laurie Anderson, Gunnar Schonbeck, Robert Rauschenberg and Louise Bourgeois.
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