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Spinney played both Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on "Sesame Street."
"She Is Boston" is the new music video collaboration between four of Boston's coolest female MCs.
Given the astoundingly high level of earlier BSO commissions, the recent commissions have seemed mostly minor, writes critic Lloyd Schwartz.
The Sesame Workshop says Caroll Spinney, who gave Big Bird his warmth and Oscar the Grouch his growl for nearly 50 years on "Sesame Street," died Sunday at the age...
Beneath the cozy surface of Greta Gerwig's work lies an abiding frustration and anxiety — about the precariousness of young, (albeit white) womanhood, its stifling economic realities, and its quashed...
The Cambridge-based musician and his co-producer take viewers on a journey through familiar haunts as they change with the seasons, and Hutson's moods.
With “Come On Up To the House: Women Sing Waits,” musicians including Patty Griffin, Aimee Mann, Rosanne Cash, sisters Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer, and Iris Dement uncover the melodic...
In "The Aeronauts," Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne plays James Glaisher, a scientist who in 1862 set out to break the altitude record in a gas balloon.
Plus, the Boston Pops are performing its first sensory-friendly holiday concert and the Cultural Survival Bazaar is at the Prudential.
The exhibition presents a dozen or so works that combine video that Albee shot in the spring of 2019 with remnants from the personal archive of her friend and mentor...
Set in Senegal, the debut feature from Mati Diop juggles issues of labor exploitation, gentrification and a young woman’s coming of age within a patriarchal religious culture.
Life, loss, and laughter. We talk with comedian Jenny Slate on finding her voice through tough times.
Tim Ritchie, a STEM education leader, will join the Museum of Science in February.
Former WBCN DJ and newsman Bill Lichenstein, who made the documentary, joined WBUR's Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to talk about the film.
As children learn the painful lesson that human nature is complicated, we also want to preserve their hope and capacity to trust and to dream, write Robert Brooks and Nancy...
A metaphorical self-portrait, comprised of individuals who've pushed forward black thought and culture, forms the vertebrae of "LEGACY! LEGACY!"
During their coursed-narrative dining on weekends, the restaurant's team shares diverse stories of food, memory and identity, while creating space for diners to engage.
Jeannie Mai (Listen Hunnay, The Real) headlines this Chinese and Vietnamese tale about a wise, witty woman who gives a greedy, riddle-loving banker a run for his money.
The one-year delay came after concerns were raised by dozens of artists who currently rent space at the Boston Center for the Arts in the South End.
These activities are great whether you're experiencing your first holiday season in Boston or have been a Bostonian your whole life.