A Year in Review: Arts
1/2/2013, 11:32 a.m.
2012 was a great year for the metropolitan casual wear brand Annie Mulz. After running their second successful pop-up shop on Newbury Street, they opened their new home, Kyoto Jungle, around the corner on Gloucester Street. For more info, visit anniemulz.com. (John Brewer photo)
Critically-acclaimed filmmaker and Northeastern alum Byron Hurt (R) returned to Boston for a special screening of his latest documentary, “Soul Food Junkies,” on Nov. 16. The screening was hosted by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and Keyla Jackson (L), assistant director of the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute. The film, which explores the ramifications of being a soul food addict, premieres nationwide on Jan. 14, 2013 as part of the PBS Independent Lens program. (Eric Esteves photo)
Legendary novelist Toni Morrison spoke about goodness during a public lecture at Harvard University on Dec. 6. (Vanessa Olivacce photo)
Doo-Wop legend Little Joe Cook received a Cadillac-shaped birthday cake from Donna Ruvich at his 90th birthday celebration at the Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge on Oct. 20. Cook spent 25 years playing at the Cantab Lounge in Cambridge. (Don West photo)