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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

FILM Roxbury International Film Festival The Roxbury International Film Festival is back for its 20th year on its mission to “celebrate and present more diverse […]

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Life & Style

The Plaza Hotel’s Etiquette Expert Is Coming to Boston

After a 30-minute conversation with etiquette expert Myka Meier, I’m convinced I’ve lived my entire life badly. With my tweet-addled brain and inability to distinguish […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

MUSIC West Side Story Leonard Bernstein’s legendary score comes to life at the Pops for one weekend before shipping out to Tanglewood for the summer. […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the 2018 Boston Pride Parade and Festival

Hundreds of rainbow-clad marchers assembled in Copley Square Saturday morning, hoisting banners and waving brightly colored flags as they prepared for the 48th annual Boston Pride […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

OUTDOOR Glow in the Park The Rose Kennedy Greenway hosts the fourth annual Glow in the Park Friday, complete with live music, cornhole, and Sam […]

Gospel artist Bebe Winans sings during the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration and Realizing the Dream Awards, Sunday, Jan. 18, 2009, in Washington
Arts & Entertainment

BeBe Winans Will Be at a Free Show at Emerson on Monday

From Grammy Award-winners to nationally-renowned cellists, a slew of talented performers is taking the stage at the Strand Theatre on Monday—and they want you to […]

Boston Art & Music Soul Festival
Arts & Entertainment

Free Things to Do in Boston, June 2018

LEARN Crossing the Line to Freedom: A Musical Narrative Douglass. Tubman. King. Robeson. In the Boston Public Library’s courtyard, listen to the stories of these […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

ART ICA First Fridays: Island Breeze What better way to kick off Caribbean-American Heritage Month than with an after-hours party at the ICA? Go for […]

News

Pride and Joy: Our Guide to Boston Pride Week Celebrations

No other town celebrates Pride Week like Boston. Here’s how to party and parade like a pro.

Arts & Entertainment

Meet the Local Teen Who Played Drums with the Killers at Boston Calling

When 17-year-old Nick Evans told classmates at Cohasset High School about his big plans for Boston Calling, they thought he was nuts. “I was telling […]

Panda Flaherty, 26, from the South Shore, thinks he "Looks like a minion"
Arts & Entertainment

What It’s Like to Be at Boston Calling 2018

What’s it like to be at Boston Calling 2018? We’ll be asking a different set of questions to attendees each day of the festival to […]

Fans walk in front of a ferris wheel at Boston Calling
Arts & Entertainment

Boston Calling Live Blog 2018

Sunday 8:55 p.m. As the rain worsened, two acts, Fleet Foxes and Khalid, wound things up before the evening’s headliner. We’re wrapping up our 2018 […]

Arts & Entertainment

How to Fight Sexual Harassment at Boston Calling

Boston Calling is here, and that means tens of thousands of fans are getting ready to scream the lyrics to Killers songs, nosh on Area […]

Boston Ballet
Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

MUSIC The Best of the Boston Pops When you have a repertoire spanning as many years and as many types of music as the Boston […]

Arts & Entertainment

Your Guide to Memorial Day 2018 Events around Boston

Dust off your white pants and get the grill going, Boston: It’s finally Memorial Day. After yet another Boston winter and what seemed to be […]