Olga Khvan

Assistant Digital Editor

Olga Khvan is a graduate of Boston University, where after a brief stint on the pre-med track, she pursued a dual degree in print journalism and art history. Before becoming a contributor, she started at Boston as a digital intern and is also a former USA TODAY collegiate correspondent. She enjoys photography, art by Gustav Klimt, writing by Milan Kundera, and above all, a good show put on by the likes of Local Natives, Geographer, and The xx.

Olga Khvan'S latest stories

R.I.P. Wes Craven

Listen to the filmmaker talk terror at the 2013 Boston Book Festival.

Photos of the Month: August 2015

Relive this month's happenings with scenes from around town.

The ICA Is Launching a New Friday Event Series

With wine and beer tastings, waterfront yoga, and more.

The Greenway Is Looking for the Best Photos of Janet Echelman's Aerial Sculpture

The first-place contest winner will receive $1,000.

10 Can't-Miss Pieces from 'Crafted: Objects in Flux' at the MFA

As highlighted by curator Emily Zilber.

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Including two new ICA exhibits, an indie film festival, Verb Hotel pool party, and more.

Head of the Charles Reps Boston in New Monopoly Edition

Our fair city is featured as a red property.

Boston Book Festival Releases Full 2015 Lineup

With more than 150 authors involved, there's something for everyone.

Pregnant Amanda Palmer Appeared as a Naked Living Statue

Does this surprise anyone?

'Ghost Bike' Ceremony Honors Cyclist Killed in Back Bay Accident

Anita Kurmann was a local surgeon and researcher.