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How to keep your kids active, educated, and entertained during the coronavirus crisis.
Four Giant Flower Sculptures Have Sprouted at Assembly Row
Who says summer is ending?
Carnival Games, Clowns, and Murder: Why You Don’t Want to Miss BLO’s Immersive Pagliacci
Arias with a side of cotton candy, anyone?
Cousin Stizz Returns Home for Beantown Uprising
And yes, he says it’s pretty cool to sell out the House of Blues in your hometown.
Get Your Camera Ready: The Infinity Mirror Room Has Arrived
One of Yayoi Kusama’s photogenic masterpieces, called “LOVE IS CALLING,” opens to the public in Boston this month.
Nine Haunted Hayrides in New England
When the clock strikes October, make your way to one of these Halloween joyrides.
Check Out the Peabody Essex Museum’s New Wing—For Free!
Free art, all weekend long.
Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.
You Can Take a Dive with Aquarium Experts Tonight
Thanks to footage beamed straight from a research ship to the New England Aquarium’s IMAX screen.
See Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker on Stage in Boston
Calling all the Neil Simon fans.
Want to Get Into One of Massachusetts’ Museums for Free?
Mark your calendar for September 21.
All the Concerts You Need to See around Boston This Fall
Get your dancing shoes on.
Benjamin Zander Has Won a South African Lifetime Achievement Award
The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra conductor has delivered speeches and performed in the country numerous times.
Who Is Berklee College’s Greatest Musical Alum?
From TV composers to rock superstars, the esteemed music school has pumped out generations of melodic prodigies.
Will the “Dr. Seuss Experience” Be Boston’s Best Insta Background Ever?
The new exhibit is pink, fuzzy, and coming soon to a venue near you.
A Conversation with David Byrne About American Utopia
After a triumphant tour of his most recent album, the legendary art-rocker brings a theatrical version to Boston before heading off to Broadway.
Get Ready to See More Work by Women Artists at the MFA
As part of Women Take the Floor.