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The collaboration between a Cleveland-area musician and combat veteran aims to ease the transition for soldiers coming back from war.
“Yo Soy la Tradición” is part of Miguel Zenón's ongoing pursuit exploring his hybrid identity.
Over the years, the Gardner Museum director received a lot of crazy tips. But an anonymous letter she received in 1994 remains the most hopeful she had ever been about...
The Gardner's stolen artwork could be anywhere. Why not under a lot in Orlando?
Raised by Mexican immigrant parents in a modest household, Ana Masacote's family instilled in her the need to pursue a fruitful vocation. Arts, perceived as a fanciful pursuit, didn't fall...
Robert “Bobby” Luisi, a Boston gang leader, was a major reason federal authorities believed the key to recovering the stolen Gardner artwork lay with Bobby Guarente and Bobby Gentile.
Brad Dupke is a Florida-based geologist who works for GHD, the company who conducted a geophysical test on an Orlando lot in early December 2017 based on a tip 'Last...
John Bill is a private attorney in Florida. He represents the current owner (who has requested anonymity) of the lot where a house that mob associate Bobby Guarente frequented in...
Now 44, Luigi Ferrari grew up on Lake Price Drive in Orlando, where mob associate Bobby Guarente stayed when visiting Florida.
Roque Cartagena lives across the street from the Orlando lot where Boston gangster Bobby Guarente stayed on visits to Florida in the early 1990s.
Her new album, "The Book Of Longing," takes poetry from Cohen, Emily Dickinson and others and sets them to music.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans talks about how late-night TV shows tackled the midterm elections. Also, the BBC hit drama "Bodyguard" is making waves on Netflix.
The grant is meant to fund genres and artists who have been chronically ignored by funding institutions in the past.
“Mijo, it's going to be OK,” his mother had said, trying to be reassuring. “Wouldn't it be crazy,” Alpharoah said, “if I turned this into a play?” She looked at...
An emotive melange of songwriting and spoken word, Blake’s project traces the lines of his black and trans identity and explores the points where those lines intersect.
Boston was a hotbed for counterculture, as the city dealt with segregation and busing, major unemployment and an opioid epidemic.
"For me, when people are displaced, they lose everything and their identity," says artist Constanza Aguirre. "What identifies humans if it's not your trade, your work, your labor?”
Plus, Alex Alpharaoh’s searing one-man show about his experience growing up undocumented in America comes to Boston and Billy Wylder is playing at Oberon.
Costanzo believes through collaboration with musicians, artists, filmmakers and fashionistas, opera can reach anyone.
Frontman Avi Salloway's songs are urgent calls to action written over syncopated rhythms and mesmeric guitar riffs.