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There’s more to the success or failure of conductor Andris Nelsons than how well he conducts the traditional repertory, says critic-at-large Ed Siegel. Is he bringing new work to the...
There's been a recent cultural renaissance of Stephen King, with the re-emergence and remakes of some of his most iconic works.
Faheem Majeed’s art alludes to buildings and architecture, and beyond that, to the institutions inside those buildings that should ideally work for everyone, regardless of color or economic status.
The sequel picks up 27 years later with the Losers’ Club now in their 40s and home to relive their most harrowing, formative traumas, asking questions about the childhood scars...
Plus, a femme music festival and a golden anniversary art exhibit.
Many people love Georgia O'Keeffe's art. But few know she had a younger sister who was an artist in her own right.
In “Striking Gold,” Fuller Craft Museum unveils more possibilities for gold, beyond just a material of embellishment, showcasing the works of 57 who work principally with the metal.
The artists featured in the exhibit elevate their work beyond functionality to create exquisite objects that defy the boundary between fine arts and traditional crafts.
Miller's newest book imagines the story of the goddess from the Odyssey from her own perspective.
As the community says goodbye to what's become a local theater institution, photographer OJ Slaughter visited as the performers were getting ready for the evening's shows.
"The Donkey Show," a popular disco-themed takeoff on Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," ends a decade-long run at the A.R.T. -- just as the critically-acclaimed production starts to show its...
“I’m empty and aching and I don’t know why,” the male character says. Listening to the song in Trump-era America, writes Jim Borghesani, I felt that I knew why.
The Tiny Pricks Project was initiated following a remark made by Trump in 2018.
Organizers say they were told by Cambridge police that a gang might use the event to stage a "retaliatory act" of gun violence.
From a visit by the esteemed conductor Gustavo Dudamel to a new opera from Cerise Lim Jacobs' White Snake Projects, here's what should be on your calendar this fall.
Photographers David Hilliard and Sage Sohier put their parental relationships front and center at the Fitchburg Art Museum.
Priced at $4.20, the annual New England Cannabis Guide wants to provide regional perspectives on cannabis tourism. And, the magazine is not the only one cropping up here.
Plus, Billy Porter's musical "The Purists" is at the Huntington and the first comprehensive retrospective of Julie S. Graham is at Tufts.
Here are some of our picks for this season’s live music highlights, from hip-hop and pop to folk and bluegrass.
The 1960 masterpiece maybe doesn’t feel up to date in its costumes or sexual politics, but more in its existential malaise and the seductiveness of a vapid celebrity culture gone...