He’s currently starring alongside Christian Bale in Out of the Furnace, playing a PTSD-addled Iraq vet who mysteriously disappears. Up next are a series of Boston projects and, who knows, maybe even something on rent control in Cambridge.
This Just In
An epic parody.
Bring on the holiday cheer with another tree lighting, festivals, fairs, and more.
Ben Bradlee Jr. pens the ultimate Ted Williams biography.
Seven must-see arts events happening this month.
In the new movie, she sings a duet with Jennifer Hudson. Off the set, she stays on the Dean’s List.
A handy cheat sheet to help you find the Nutcracker show of your dreams.
Ken Levine is breaking violent new ground in the world’s youngest art form: video games.
A stone-throwing-tornado ripped through the city in SyFy’s latest low-budget film.
The World Series trophy, Mayor Menino, Paula Cole—all in one place.
Those paper coffee cups you toss every day? This artist transforms them into one-of-a-kind art pieces.
Championship figure skating, wine tastings, and more to help finish 2013 frugally.
Where to cut, where to buy, and a breakdown tree types. (‘Sassy White Pine,’ anyone?)
It was Tom Menino’s last as mayor.
Danny Quirk paints people’s insides onto their outsides, with strikingly realistic results.
The lead singer talks about the band’s roots in Boston prior to their sold-out show at The Sinclair.
So you can party harder for an extra day come spring.
Cue witty banter between Casey and Coco about Cambridge versus Brookline and a shared lack of accents.