Almost 80 Years Later, The City In Author Jean Stafford's 'Boston Adventure' Is Still Familiar
The author’s 1944 debut novel, recently republished by New York Review Books, is a romantic look into a bygone era, but what’s truly striking is how much of this fictional Boston is still familiar, writes Michael Patrick Brady.
In 'Alice In Rainbowland,' LGBTQIA+ Artists Send A Message With Movement
In the A.R.T.’s virtual show, dance is the medium by which the classic story of a girl tumbling through a rabbit hole is transformed into a space that holds and...
A Concise Cézanne Exhibit At The MFA Maps Connections With His Contemporaries
The show, “Paul Cézanne: Influence,” is mostly about the influence of Cézanne on later artists, but also looks at the...
A Black-Owned Plant Shop Blooms In The Pandemic's Wake
Started on Instagram in 2020, the storefront for Emerald City Plant Shop opened at the beginning of May and hopes...