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After a yearlong hiatus, the free art gallery makes its return in July with another sprawling ocean-themed installation.
By: Lindsay Tucker Looking for something to do this Saturday? If you’re a fan of Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!, NPR’s “oddly informative news quiz” show, […]
By: Anne Vickman Any band whose name is a reference to an ’80s cartoon deserves a listen in our book. In this instance, the band […]
By: Anne Vickman Watching taiko drumming is, quite literally, a breathtaking experience. The double-ended drums create beats so deep and loud that they physically resonate […]
By: Tanya Pai Recently we were fortunate enough to get our hands on an advance copy of Townie, the latest work by local writer Andre […]
By: Anne Vickman The first time I heard the Providence-based band The Low Anthem I was floored. Unfortunately it was after they played a show […]
If you’re like much of America, you’ll tune in this Sunday to watch the Academy honor the best films of 2010. If you’re like us, […]
By: Anne Vickman Denver-based DeVotchKa’s fifth studio album, 100 Lovers, comes out next Tuesday, March 1. The band, perhaps most well known for scoring the […]
Events worth checking out this week, brought to you straight from the editors at Boston.
By: Tanya Pai Every year at about this time, our sports-obsessed friends start foaming at the mouth with excitement about The Big Game. But if, […]
By: Anne Vickman Unconditional love, thy name is Iron and Wine. We’re quite certain we’ve found someone we can grow old with in singer/songwriter Sam […]
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By: Anne Vickman Remember when you were five years old and still mostly made of cartilage? Yeah, we can’t, either. Luckily we have the Golden […]
Events to keep you busy – and entertained – through the rest of 2010. Selected by the editors of Boston.
By: Angela Giannopoulos
Rick Peckham, Guitar Department Assistant Chair at Berklee, has played guitar for 44 years. He was called on early this year to help noted Cambridge […]