In the novel, the families of the bridge and groom officially meet for the first time and the mood is anything but celebratory.
The new film "Eighth Grade" stars Elsie Fisher as Kayla, a smart but sometimes excruciatingly awkward kid struggling with the difficult transition from middle to high school.
An experimental series at the Museum of Science planetarium features drag queens, starscapes and a live vocal performance to close the show.
Igudesman & Joo offer a zany mix of skilled classical performance, pop tunes and slapstick comedy.
Since 2001, opioids have killed more than a dozen people Alex Hogan grew up with in Somerville, including three of his closest friends.
Summer movie season is in full swing. In June, the box office brought in more than $1.2 billion in ticket sales nationally, up 19 percent in comparison with last year.
We preview tomorrow's big concert with Keith Lockhart, Boston Pops conductor.
Artists from the group say they were suddenly locked out of the studio over the weekend.
"This whole age defies exaggeration," says the writer of the satirical news column, The Borowitz Report.
"Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," a popular children's television show hosted by Fred Rogers, encouraged children and adults alike and taught them lessons that remain relevant today.
The ARTery's Amy Gorel tells us about a really, really big paper airplane.
We speak with Cambridge residents about how the biotech explosion is affecting the city, from swelling rents to -- arguably -- the further corporatization of Harvard Square.
We speak with U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith, who is a Massachusetts native and Harvard graduate. She is in town Friday to deliver the Wellesley College commencement address.
Curators at the Worcester Art Museum have installed new, permanent signs to tell visitors which people in early American portraits owned enslaved people or benefited from slavery.
After a controversial tweet from its star, ABC announced it has canceled the "Roseanne" reboot.
Host Deborah Becker speaks with Mary Connaughton and Marguerite Roza about whether it's more difficult for Massachusetts students to get admitted to U-Mass Amherst than it is for students who...
The Connecticut family at the center of the play struggle with addiction, sexual assault and racial and gender identity despite the family's efforts to appear picture-perfect.
A new film traces how the justice became a cultural icon and what a cult of personality around a Supreme Court justice means for our democracy.
"Dawnland" tells the story of the state of Maine's effort to come to terms with a shockingly shameful part of American history.
"We're just putting these young people, who are brilliant in some cases, in jail."