As (hopefully) the warm weather rolls in, Boston theaters prepare for spring with new programs, from “Shrek The Musical” to premieres by the American Repertory Theater.
Fenway Park groundskeepers are beginning to get the field ready for Opening Day in Boston.
The 12-inch cannonball was found near Castle Island by a fisherman Thursday morning.
The system will begin returning bicycles to its stations throughout Boston, Somerville and Brookline after halting operations for most of the winter.
The Boston Underground Film Festival triumphs all things insane and bizarre, a proud tradition of the 17-year-old festival, which opened March 25 at Cambridge’s Brattle Theatre.
This April, Benjamin Zander, music director of the Boston Philharmonic, steps into the world of Wagner and the young director continues to settle in to the BSO with a program centered on Dmitri Shostakovich and a recent commission, Gunther Schuller’s autobiographical, phantasmagorical “Dreamscape.”
Electricity prices will still be higher than they were last spring.
Shaun Harrison, a former English High School staff member, is now charged with trying to murder a student.
ClimACTS!, The Theater Offensive’s annual fundraiser, supports the organization’s 26-year mission by celebrating diversity and acceptance within the LGBT community through the arts.
Hallie Ephron, who will be at Brookline Booksmith March 24, turned memories from her childhood with screenwriter parents and writers-to-be-sisters in ’60s Beverly Hills into a new suspense novel, “Night Night, Sleep Tight.”
Premiering March 26 at Symphony Hall, Michael Gandolfi’s organ concerto, “Ascending Light,” remembers the tragedy of the Armenian genocide and pays tribute to the BSO’s late organist Berj Zamkochian.
The Alvin Ailey troupe will perform at the Citi Wang Theatre from March 26-29, program including its signature work “Revelations” and pieces that are new to Boston.
Seven people have been injured in a chairlift accident at a Maine ski area that had a similar incident five years ago.
The latest from the legendary director of “Breathless” features everything from his dog romping to homicidal Germans in a Mercedes. It opens at the Kendall on Friday.
The documentary “Merchants of Doubt” compares corporate climate change deniers back to those the tobacco industry used to confuse people.
At Thursday’s unveiling of banners for the 2015 Boston Marathon, Mayor Marty Walsh announced the city will dub the anniversary of the Boston bombings, “One Boston Day,” to honor the city’s strength in the wake of the attacks.
After two months of being hampered by brutal winter weather, the MBTA says all four subway lines had the regular number of cars operating Thursday morning.
SpeakEasy Stage Company presents a pared-down version of “Big Fish,” first a novel, then a Tim Burton film and then a Broadway musical.
But the study also warns that cost overruns are a real risk.
Watch the annual barb-filled political breakfast.
The move comes less than a month after a judge rejected a deal that would have allowed Partners to acquire South Shore and two other local hospitals, saying it wasn’t in the public interest.
Dr. Michael Davidson was remembered both for his skills as a surgeon and his rich personal life.
Jean Yang, who oversaw the problematic launch of the Connector’s new website, will depart the agency next Friday.
Assuming a three-month growing cycle, the storefront in Salem could begin selling marijuana in April. However, the plants must first undergo a series of safety tests, and the state will continue to inspect the company’s business plans.
The deadline is Tuesday for those who want to be covered on the first of the year.
The patient’s release and current condition are not a threat to anyone else, MGH officials said.
Marylou Sudders is the state’s former mental health commissioner.
The proposal — which would have been the first such sweeping measure in the country — was met by staunch opposition.
The four dispensaries in Boston, Taunton, Greenfield and Fairhaven fill counties that did not previously have any medical marijuana dispensaries in the works.
The ACLU is asking the state’s highest court to dismiss tens of thousands of criminal convictions tied to former state chemist Annie Dookhan, who admitted to tampering with evidence.