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The state-of-the-art facility will enable museum staff to house, preserve and study its collection in a single location under top-notch conditions.
In writing LGBTQ history, you could find "records created by other people, talking about them, and you don’t necessarily know what they thought about themselves."
Edwin Sumpter's story touches nerves about race and the legacy of public spaces around Boston. It shows us how collective memory is passed down through generations, about our perceptions of...
Meacham dives deeply into America’s proud and not-so-proud past, writing about the discord that has been a pretty constant presence in America throughout its existence.
Folk singer and indie rocker Haley Heynderickx is riding a wave of positive reception to her debut album, "I Need to Start a Garden."
Plus the Rockport Chamber Music Festival kicks off and it's your last chance to see "Fall," a play about Arthur Miller's son with Down syndrome, at the Huntington Theatre.
"I’m more than just an emcee, I’m more than just whatever box people want to put me in," says the Boston-based artist.
She'll be coming to Massachusetts from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York where she's held a curatorial positions in the department of Asian Art for the past 15...
How does an object of death still teem with so much life? The Farnese Sarcophagus’ relationships and timeline -- including its extensive conservation and scholarship -- are fueling the Isabella...
The ARTery's Amy Gorel tells us about a really, really big paper airplane.
The rustic ruins of a Fayette County, Pennsylvania, coal mine sat vacant for decades.
Jerry Beck, the founder of the Revolving Museum, brought together more than 5,000 people -- students, artists, residents and civic leaders from the region -- to contribute their creativity to...
“By making this work out of plastic bags, I’m removing some of these materials from the waste stream," says Michelle Lougee. "It’s an action as well as an art project."
"Moulin Rouge! The Musical" was set to open at the theater on June 27.
NPR's own Linda Wertheimer and Susan Stamberg co-star in a Kazakh folktale about lifelong friends whose bond is tested by the unexpected discovery of big treasure.
The book follows the lives of the pious, attractive and ever-growing Hicks family and their New Light megachurch – a family that seems like a mashup of the Kardashians and...
The play is based on the internationally successful movie from 2003 written by Juliette Towhidi and Tim Firth; the film, in turn, has roots in real events.
Poetry editors Timothy Donnelly, Barbara Fischer and Stefania Heim said on Twitter last week they're "dismayed" and are stepping down July 1.
The winners, the losers, the laughter, the tears. A recap of Sunday night's Tony Awards.
The small, unlikely show about an Egyptian police band that ends up stuck in a small, dusty Israeli desert town took 10 Tony Awards on Sunday night.