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

Gardner Museum Appoints Peggy Fogelman as New Director

She’ll succeed Anne Hawley in January.

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the Canine Promenade

Happy Monday!

Arts & Entertainment

By the Numbers: Boston Ballet’s Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler

It’s an intensely emotional journey, told in six movements.

Arts & Entertainment

City of Boston Is Launching an Artist-in-Residence Program

It’s called Boston AIR.

Arts & Entertainment

Elf: The Musical Set to Debut in Boston

Buddy the Elf is coming to the Wang Theatre.

Arts & Entertainment

Harvard Lampoon Will Crown Jimmy Fallon ’Emperor of Comedy’

He’ll be paraded through Harvard Square.

Arts & Entertainment

Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute Exhibits Immersive Digital Artwork

Its dreamlike visuals are triggered by touch.

Arts & Entertainment

Internet Cat Video Festival Returns to Boston

On National Cat Day.

Arts & Entertainment

’Roadrunner’ Might Actually Become Our Official State Rock Song

Who said there are no second chances?

Arts & Entertainment

Wang Theatre Is Hosting a 90th Anniversary Open House

Amidst trouble in Boston’s theater community.

Arts & Entertainment

Canstruction Celebrates 20 Years in Boston

The exhibit is on view at BSA Space.

Arts & Entertainment

ICA Debuts Its Biggest Curatorial Undertaking to Date

The new exhibit focuses on Black Mountain College.


New Maps Show What Boston Will Look Like in 2100

We’re in big trouble.

Arts & Entertainment

The MBTA’s Auctioning Off Iconic Government Center Murals

Bring the Green Line home.

Arts & Entertainment

See a Drone’s Eye View of the Greenway’s Echelman Sculpture

It’s almost time to say goodbye.