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The poet and publisher died last Friday from cancer. He was 75.
On Friday's Week In The News roundtable, we dedicated some of the hour to honoring the "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin, who passed away Thursday at the age of 76.
For the past couple of years, Sam Bridgham, aka the "Lego Bomber," has been displaying his Lego sculptures across the city.
Catholics are reacting online to the grand jury report this week revealing widespread sexual abuse of children by priests in Pennsylvania.
Boots Riley's deranged, anti-capitalist romp locates hope in horror.
"This Place/Displaced" breathes life into striking statistics on stage, but also does critical work in amplifying voices that traditionally aren’t heard outside of their own communities.
Poet Bill Corbett, who died last Friday at the age of 75, is being remembered as an aficionado of friendships.
Spike Lee's new movie tells the story of Colorado Springs police officer Ron Stallworth, who decides to infiltrate and bring down the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.
The Boston Ballet is debuting at Tanglewood with "Fancy Free," the first collaboration between legendary artistic duo choreographer Jerome Robbins and composer Leonard Bernstein.
The PEM reached out to the Cape Ann Brewing Co. in Gloucester, Bent Water Brewing in Lynn, Notch Brewing and the Far From the Tree Hard Cidery in Lynn to...
Arts educators and advocates are concerned that there will be little oversight for the implementation of a statewide initiative that started in 2017 to improve arts education and of a...
As On Point hosts Meghna Chakrabarti and David Folkenflik prepare to take over, we decided to survey our shows from the summer so far and pull out some our favorites.
Plus, Fisherman’s Feast, 108-year-old North End tradition, and a film series at the MFA featuring only strong female leads.
When I first saw Paul Verhoeven’s “Showgirls” on its calamitous opening night back in 1995, I never could have ever imagined anybody would still be talking about it 23 years...
The performance is meant to move you, but also unsettle you. And the story of some of these whales is alarming.
In this special episode, we team up with some of our pals for an awesome mash-up of fun! Featuring Circle Round, Wow In The World, Story Pirates, Brains On, But...
He is coming to Boston from Minnesota, where he served as the artistic director of the Minneapolis Music Company and the Spotlight Series at the MacPhail Center for Music.
Seeking to bring various underrepresented cultures together, Picó Picante is not just an anchor of POC and Queer nightlife in Boston. It's a place to exhale.
Jen Silverman's "Dangerous House" takes on the horrors of "corrective rape."
This kinder, gentler Republicanism isn’t in the immediate offing, writes Rich Barlow. But leaders have upended party orthodoxy before.