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Originally slated to conclude on the last day of May, an exhibit at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate featuring original work by the students from Boston International Newcomers Academy (BINcA) has been extended to the end of... Read more

(SpeakEasy Stage, through June 3)

In Robert James Waller’s best-selling novel “The Bridges of Madison County,” a lonely war bride in 1960s Iowa has a three-day affair with a handsome National Geographic photographer who came to... Read more

Dennis Lehane, the Dorchester native who writes for print, television, and the movies, and who calls his own work “a bizarre bastard child of pulp and literary influences,” launched his latest novel, “Since We Fell,” last week.

His decision to... Read more

The classical guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan, a resident of Uphams Corner, will perform at the First Church in Jamaica Plain on Friday in a solo concert covering Bach, Gershwin, and Mussorgsky, as well as his own contemporary pieces. The event, which is... Read more

The life and work of William Shakespeare will get a contemporary treatment at the Codman Square Branch of the Boston Public Library on Thursday, April 20, in an event titled “Shakespeare to Hip Hop.”

Regie O’Hare Gibson, a 49 year-... Read more

Noted jazz trumpet player Jason Palmer will bring his quartet to Peabody Hall at the Parish of All Saints on Ashmont Street for a performance on Thursday, April 20 at 7p.m. He’ll be joined by Max Light on guitar, Jared Henderson on bass and Lee Fish... Read more

The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department welcomes to the public to a series of faculty concerts, kicking off on Friday, March 24 with an exploration of world virtuoso guitar music with long-time music teacher Peter Janson and Aaron Larget-Caplan, a... Read more

Modern Irish cinema will tackle weighty social conundrums while also prompting a few more belly laughs than usual at this month’s Irish Film Festival in Somerville, the annual movie-lovers’ celebration of a changing Ireland.

The four-day event,... Read more

On Sat., Feb. 25, dancers of the Roxbury Center for the Performing Arts will take the stage at the Strand Theatre to showcase Sankofa, a performance with a focus on Black History.

Andrea Herbert Major, the founder and director of the... Read more

Savin Hill’s Catherine O’Neill, a Dorchester native who has become a well-regarded playwright over the last several years, turns to one of the less-heralded founders of the American recovery movement for her next play, which opens in Boston’s South End... Read more

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