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Critic Amelia Mason rounds up the best of arts and culture for the weekend ahead.
Plus, "Persona" goes from screen to stage in Wellfleet, the BLO performs at the BPL and it's the last Friday to get into a bunch of museums for free.
Plus, master singer-guitarists Taj Mahal and Keb' Mo' join forces south of Boston and the Gloucester Waterfront Festival has food and music for the whole family.
Plus, the Gardner Museum is throwing its last block party of the summer and the streets of Providence give way to the giant, music-and-art-powered Foo Fest.
Plus a riveting play exploring racism from Shakespeare's world to today and a screening of the classic neo-noir "Eddie Coyle."
Also, New York Feminist Fiber Art collective has a pop-up show in Somerville and Shakespeare & Company puts on the lesser-known "Cymbeline."
Also free performances of "Romeo and Juliet" start on Boston Common and it's your last chance to catch local screenings of the heart-warming documentary "The B-Side."
Get out of town to catch the lineup at the Green River Fest, or experience a play that throws you back to the events of the Boston Massacre.
JP hosts Porchfest this weekend and the MFA celebrates its last night of the Matisse exhibition with Night Shift Brewing's limited edition beer.
From Boston Harborfest to the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester and James Taylor at Tanglewood to your next binge-watch.
Plus, The Dance Complex is celebrating 25 years with a flash mob and a big brass band in Central Square.
Catch Ambreen Butt's mural at the Gardner before it's too late or bring your dad down to the harbor for the Tall Ships Parade.
Plus, the debut of Black Market pop-up in Roxbury, the Boston Early Music Festival and the resurrection of iconic Boston rock band Helium.
The weather may be no indicator but you know summer is here because of all the free festivals around town.
While Boston Calling Music Fest takes over Allston, there's still plenty to see and do elsewhere.
Amelia Mason offers this week's tips for arts and culture lovers around Boston.
The ARTery's Amelia Mason offers you five reasons to get dressed and leave your house this weekend.