Olga Khvan

Olga Khvan, Assistant Digital Editor at Boston Magazine

Olga Khvan first joined Boston in 2013 as a digital intern and has since become an assistant digital editor, covering the arts scene and various events around town, including but not limited to marathons, concerts, canine costume parades, and undie runs.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

The 10th annual SoWa Holiday Market, free ice skating on the waterfront, and more.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reason to Leave the House This Weekend

Bring on the holiday cheer with another tree lighting, festivals, fairs, and more.

Arts & Entertainment

Jess Wolfe of Lucius Talks the Band’s Past, Present, and Future

The singer shares memories of Berklee and talks about their sold-out show at The Sinclair.

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Calling Announces New Three-Day Format

Plus: a holiday pre-sale takes place this Friday, but still no lineup in sight.

Arts & Entertainment

Q&A: Berklee Student Grace Gibson on Her Role in Black Nativity

In the new movie, she sings a duet with Jennifer Hudson. Off the set, she stays on the Dean’s List.

Arts & Entertainment

PHOTOS: What You Missed at the Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting

The World Series trophy, Mayor Menino, Paula Cole—all in one place.

Arts & Entertainment

PHOTOS: Live Art in the Anthropologie Storefront

Those paper coffee cups you toss every day? This artist transforms them into one-of-a-kind art pieces.

Arts & Entertainment

PHOTOS: Body Worlds Vital Opens at Faneuil Hall Marketplace

The exhibit offers an intensive peek inside the human body—and pays subtle tributes to the Red Sox and Bruins.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

A holiday tree lighting, shopping extravaganzas, Footloose at Berklee, and more.

Arts & Entertainment

SMFA Graduate Returns with First Solo Exhibit

’Sense of Place’ at the MFA includes video shot in four Boston neighborhoods.

Arts & Entertainment

Street Artist to Open First Children’s Art Museum in Nepal

The groundwork was inspired by her time with Boston’s Artists for Humanity.

Arts & Entertainment

PHOTOS: Red Sox Parade Celebrates World Series Win

Bearded Duck Boats, Boston Strong banners, and, of course, Big Papi.

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Museums Celebrate the Red Sox Win

From bearded Roman busts to ’bearded’ fish—the MFA, aquarium, and others give a nod to the champions.

Wellness

Bill Clinton Honored By Harvard School of Public Health

He was awarded a centennial medal for his work through the Clinton Foundation.

Arts & Entertainment

Kingsley Flood Reaches Goal of Headlining the Paradise Rock Club

Plus: Watch an exclusive video of them performing their song ’Blind.’