Photos of the Month: October 2015
BOSTON BALLET offered a sneak peek of their 52nd season opener, Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler: A Ballet by John Neumeier, under Janet Echelman’s aerial sculpture on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, which has since been taken down.
Check out a by-the-numbers breakdown of the Boston Ballet’s new production.
HILLARY CLINTON appeared at a Dorchester union hall for a forum on addiction and recovery alongside Mayor Marty Walsh and Attorney General Maura Healey.
Read more about the former secretary of state and current presidential candidate’s visit to Boston.
PRINCESS BEATRIX OF THE NETHERLANDS (center) visited the “Class Distinctions: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer” exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, accompanied by curator Ronni Baer (left) and director Matthew Teitelbaum (right).
Read more about the MFA’s major new exhibition, which features a number of paintings that have never been seen in the U.S. before.
‘WHO WEARS WOOL,’ a new temporary public art installation by Hilary Zelson in the Fort Point Channel, references the surrounding neighborhood’s once-booming wool trade.
Read more about the floating sculpture, which was originally planned to be multicolored.
WAHLBURGERS opened a Fenway location earlier this month, and members of the Wahlberg family (from left: Robert, Donnie, Alma, and Mark) came to Boston for an invite-only grand opening party.
Read more about the Wahlberg brothers’ thoughts on building their burger joint’s brand.
PUBLIC ART IN JAMAICA PLAIN includes countless murals adorning the sides of businesses and residences, making one stroll down Centre Street akin to an art museum visit.
Plan your own tour of public art in JP with our guide to must-see works.
THE HEAD OF THE CHARLES REGATTA brought more than 2,000 boats to the historic three-mile course on the Charles River, as well as thousands of spectators to both the Boston and Cambridge riverbanks.
Check out more photos from the 51st edition of the world’s largest two-day regatta.
THE BOSTON BOOK FESTIVAL took over Copley Square with sessions featuring more than 150 authors, book vendors, music performances, and character meet-and-greets for young attendees.
Check out more photos from the Boston Book Festival, featuring keynote speakers Margaret Atwood, Amanda Palmer, and more.
THE CANINE PROMENADE took over a half-mile stretch of the Esplanade for a parade of costumed pups. Popular themes this year included food items, movies—both classic and more recent—and dogs dressed up as other animals.
Check out more photos from the fifth annual Canine Promenade.
SOWA hosted its last open market of the year, which featured a Halloween costume contest. Some of the outlandish costumes this year included Space Bjork, Alien Invader and her Human Slave, and Alien Robot.
See more photos from SoWa’s 2015 Halloween costume contest.
SPOTLIGHT premiered locally at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, reuniting Mark Ruffalo with Michael Rezendes, the Boston Globe reporter whom he portrays in the film about the newspaper’s investigation into the Catholic Church’s sexual abuse scandal.
See more photos from the red carpet premiere, featuring the film’s director, writers, producers, Spotlight reporters, and more.