Photos of the Month: September 2015
A PHOTOREALISTIC MURAL by French street artist JR appeared unannounced on the glass facade of 200 Clarendon, the skyscraper formerly known as the John Hancock Tower.
Read more about people’s initial curiosity about the artwork.
BLACK MASS made its local debut at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, bringing Johnny Depp and other stars from the film to the red carpet in Brookline.
Take a look at more photos from the premiere.
LET’S DANCE BOSTON, a five-day dance extravaganza, took over the Rose Kennedy Greenway, featuring a different genre every night and offering free lessons and live music.
Read more about “Let’s Dance Boston,” hosted by the Celebrity Series of Boston.
MINDY KALING was in town to promote her new book Why Not Me? at an event hosted by Harvard Book Store. The actress appeared in conversation with local surgeon and writer Atul Gawande.
Catch up on what you missed at Kaling’s chat with Gawande.
LEGOLAND DISCOVERY CENTER BOSTON found its new Master Model Builder after a day-long, multiple-round competition called “Brick Factor.” Megan Quigley won the title, becoming the third woman in Legoland Discovery Center history to do so.
See more photos of six adults competing for a child’s dream job.
MIXFEST featured performances by Rob Thomas, Third Eye Blind, Andy Grammer, Vance Joy, Rachel Platten (pictured), and “15 Seconds of Fame” winner Emily Desmond.
LAWRENCE WEINER is the artist behind the newest Dewey Square mural on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. It’s the fourth Greenway Wall mural to date, this time sponsored by the MIT List Visual Arts Center.
Take a closer look at the new mural, by the numbers.
CHARMAINE WHEATLEY, an artist-in-residence at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum spent the month drawing live watercolor portraits of visitors in the museum’s Living Room space.
Read more about Wheatley’s residency in an upcoming story on bostonmagazine.com.
ALABAMA SHAKES closed out the sixth edition of Boston Calling, wrapping up a weekend of performances by The Avett Brothers, alt-J, Hozier, Father John Misty, Walk the Moon, and more.
See more photos from all three days of Boston Calling.
A SUPERMOON LUNAR ECLIPSE was visible from City Hall Plaza during Boston Calling.
Read more about the rare cosmic event.