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Bostonians will be able to ring in the New Year in a whole new way on Thursday night and Friday. The trend-setting First Night celebrations will be very different from those in previous years.
Overall the programming has been drastically... Read more
Boston Baroque will present its third annual Free Community Concert at the Strand Theatre on Sunday. The festivities are a celebration of classical music, made accessible through the yearly partnership between Boston Baroque and the mayor’s office.... Read more
Dorchester native Paul Murray, at left, left the neighborhood for the Big Apple years ago, but he is doing big things in the world of non-secular music. He and the choir of the Church of Our Saviour released their Advent and Christmas album “Hark! A... Read more
The art world can be intimidating and difficult to navigate for artists and art lovers alike. ART 100 Boston— staged at the Piano Craft Gallery on Tremont Street— is designed to alleviate that problem. The two-week exhibit of paintings, sculptures,... Read more
The recently released movie Spotlight, which will open nationally tomorrow, dramatically and effectively relays the story of how in 2001 and 2002 a determined team of Boston Globe journalists, working under the banner of the newspaper’s celebrated... Read more
“ ‘West Side Story’ is my absolute favorite musical of all time!” exclaims Dorchester actress Marta Rymer. No wonder, then, that she accepted the role of Estella in the Leonard Bernstein blockbuster, the season-opening production of the Fiddlehead... Read more
No tempestuous “artistic temperaments” were in evidence in Fields Corner recently as one arts collective gave way to its successor: The former Howard Art Project (HAP) space became home of the Dorchester Art Project (DAP).
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