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From left, Peter Tantsits as Edgar Allan Poe, conductor Gil Rose and Tom Meglioranza as Griswold during a performance of "The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe." (Courtesy Kathy Wittman/Ball Square Films)

Edgar Allan Poe's final woes revived in a forgotten opera

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Nine artists will take the stage on April 8 at #hellablack. From top left: Isaura Oliveira, D Ruff, Letta Neely, Ky, Joline, Capella, Killah Croc, TiElla, DayDadon (Courtesy Colgan B. Johnson/ 1981andCo)

At the BCA, #HellaBlack returns and is bigger than ever

The annual event centering Black artistry is now at the Cyclorama, doubling its capacity since last year.

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Apr 4, 2024
Violinist Clara Kim plays a Giovanni Battista Guadagnini violin made in Turin in 1783, at Reuning & Son Violins, as she make her selection of a fine violin for A Far Cry's "Stradivari Serenade." (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

For one night only, a $100 million orchestra takes the stage

In a special concert, A Far Cry chamber orchestra teams up with Reuning & Son Violins to perform an entire...

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04:25Mar 29, 2024
Eric LaRocca's new book is "This Skin Was Once Mine and Other Disturbances." (Courtesy Titan)

For author Eric LaRocca, horror is a form of healing

You can try reading Eric LaRocca's new collection “This Skin Was Once Mine and Other Disturbances” in the daylight. But...

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Mar 28, 2024

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The 2023 Makers (left to right): Gabriel Sosa, Dzidzor, Szu-Chieh Yun, Arson Fahim, Rixy, Alex Diaz, Kimaya Diggs, Alison Croney Moses, Alison Qu. Not pictured: Danny Rivera. (OJ Slaughter for WBUR)

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