Corrupt FBI agent John Connolly earned infamy—and a 10-year jail sentence—for aiding über-gangster Whitey Bulger. But in his upcoming murder trial, the real bad guys will be the ones given sweetheart deals to present their shaky testimony against him. (The prosecutors are no angels, either.) The case against the case against a man the Justice Department seems set on punishing for others’ sins.
This year, the MFA’s blossoming cherry trees aren’t just a welcome sign of spring—they’re an invitation to explore the amazing Japanese art and culture on view at the Museum of More >>
Helen Burnham, Pamela and Peter Voss Curator of Prints and Drawings, describes the intimate exhibition Leonardo da Vinci and the Idea of Beauty at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. More >>
Get secret menus items and VIP Uber rides to some of the best restaurants in town – all to benefit charity. This spring, Reserve, the new dining concierge app backed More >>