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“Vox Lux” is a burly, overbearing piece of filmmaking, often horrifically funny and excitingly unencumbered by questions of good taste, writes critic Sean Burns.
From fully decked out neighborhoods to lights choreographed to Christmas music, we scoped out our neighborhoods to find the best lights this season.
“The Ferryman” and “Girl from the North Country” connect us to something universal. Hopefully, writes Ed Siegel, Boston will rise to the challenge and produce these two great plays here.
Prominent collector Wan-go H.C. Weng is giving 183 Chinese artworks to the MFA, including brush and ink paintings, poetic calligraphy, ink rubbings and textiles.
Rapper Cousin Stizz took home Artist of the Year.
Sensory-friendly productions, which alter some technical and dramatic elements of a performance, are a way for neurodiverse communities to access theater.
Plus, Matt Aucoin's Run AMOC! Festival is back in Cambridge and the Central Square Theater is putting on "A Christmas Carol," with puppets.
“What I want to do is going to take me beyond the rest of my life,” Aucoin says. That might sound like excessive modesty — or hubris — but it...
In the "Harry Potter and the Sacred Text" podcast, the hosts apply traditional religious reading practices to "Harry Potter" chapters in pursuit of larger meaning and life lessons.
Elizabeth Rowe sued the Boston Symphony in July claiming that the pay disparity between herself and the principal oboist violated the Massachusetts Equal Pay Law.
David Lang was a Wayland sculptor known for his mischievous and chimerical kinetic sculptures.
"What’s up, pup? Did you have a nice nap? Were you chasing something in your sleep? Do you want to go out? Are you hungry? Are you happy? Does your...
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Sung about her latest album, "Sung with Words," a collaboration with poet Dana Gioia.
Our critic Amelia Mason found herself drawn mainly to newcomers and those who thrive on the margins -- artists who had something particular to say, and said it well.
The diverse, infectious work fixes a keen if roving eye on what it is to be a black man making his way in a wide world hounded by history, writes...
Once the frontman of Amherst-based rock band Dinosaur Jr., J Mascis music as a solo artist is exploring insular landscapes that seem decidedly unsettled.
We talk with the director of a new documentary about the life of Maria Callas, to this day one of the most electrifying singers in opera.
Nick Adams comes from Longwood Symphony Orchestra, where he was executive director for four years.
As taste buds shift and December’s temperatures drop, the intrepid brewers among us embrace the chance to experiment with palate-warming, winter ingredients.
It's often assumed that an artist’s art changes in correspondence with their life, and though that is certainly true, in my experience so is the inverse: My art has also...