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Preview: Chinese Dragon Acrobats

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 […]

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The To-Do List: 1.20.11

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The To-Do List: 1.13.11

Seven events to keep your eye on this week.

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The To-Do List: 1.6.11

Stuff for your weekend radar. Inspected and selected by Boston Mag staff.

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The To-Do List: 12.16.10

Slideshow by Allie Vasilakis Events worth your time this week. Inspected and selected by the editors of Boston.

Arts & Entertainment

December Weekend Events

By: Angela Giannopoulos

Arts & Entertainment

The Making of a Masterpiece

Over the past decade, the Museum of Fine Arts has raised more than $500 million as part of an ambitious plan to reinvent itself. This month, the public finally gets to see what a half-billion dollars gets you these days. 

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A&E Q&A: Jazz Legend Chucho Valdés

By Anne Vickman Renowned Cuban pianist Chucho Valdés plays the Berklee Performance Center on Thursday, October 28, 2010 with the Afro Cuban Messengers. This is […]

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A&E Q&A: Jazz Legend Chucho Valdés

By Anne Vickman Renowned Cuban pianist Chucho Valdés plays the Berklee Performance Center on Thursday, October 28, 2010 with the Afro Cuban Messengers. This is […]

Arts & Entertainment

The To-Do List: 9.30.10

Events worth your time this week. Inspected and selected by Boston editors.

The Art of the Story

Twenty years ago this month, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum suffered the largest art heist in history. The crime remains unsolved.

The Enlightenment

If you’ve ever wandered through Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, danced in a ballroom at the Westin Copley Place hotel, or even walked past the […]

Cleaning Up the Art World

One spurious Tintoretto at a time.

The Lady of the House

Isabella Stewart Gardner left strict orders: The palazzo she built on the Fens should never, ever change. But museum director Anne Hawley has some strong ideas of her own. Inside her radical—and risky—plan to propel the beloved institution into the 21st century.

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Chris Botti in Boston

On Friday night, we headed to Symphony Hall to catch Chris Botti and the Boston Pops. The trumpeter, who attributes his success to “practice, practice, […]