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Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Photo courtesy of The Boston Cup Automobiles The Boston Cup Classic Car Show This Sunday, people can park their cars in Boston Common, but only […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Fashion’s Night Out’s “Before I Die” wall at the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. (Photo via Fashion’s Night Out/Facebook) Shopping Fashion’s Night Out Barneys, Michael Kors, […]

City Life

Eight Arts Must-Sees in September

All hat photographs courtesy of the Peabody Essex Museum. From left, Jo Gordon, Kiss of Death, 1994, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Crown, 1800–1900, […]

Percussionist

Mike Tetreault’s BSO Audition

Mike Tetreault has spent an entire year preparing obsessively for this moment. A flawless performance and he could join one of the world’s most renowned orchestras.

Arts & Entertainment

The BSO's 2012-2013 Season of Stars (and 17 Conductors)

At 5:01 a.m. this morning, the Boston Symphony Orchestra announced its 2012-2013 season, and I’m both totally pumped and naggingly frustrated. Frustration first: It seems […]

City Life

Tanglewood: The 75th Anniversary Schedule

Tanglewood is an icon. It’s totemic even for those unlucky folks who haven’t made the trip out to the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s summer hideaway in […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Guide: Harp, Heavy Metal, and more

Once again, this week provides some previews of the days ahead as the arts are an evermoving river: WGBH + BSO = Anne Hobson Pilot: […]

City Life

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