Artweek Boston and Berklee's Bean Town Jazz Festival are happening this weekend.
Sheila E. and Dionne Farris, both of whom are performing at Berklee’s BeanTown Jazz Festival this Saturday, both take an uncompromising approach to their musical careers.
Stand-Up Boston Comedy Challenge with Celebrity judges Felix G. Arroyo (Boston Chief of Health and Human Services); Chase Garbarino (founder and CEO of BostInno); Scott Kirsner (Innovation columnist for the Boston Globe); and John Tobin (comedy producer and owner, Theater ...
Taneshia Camillo-Sheffey founded The Haute House Design Studio to showcase the underground designers who weren’t exposed to the fashion industry.
Edgar Smith, who spent much of his career working in Boston, created a foundation to provide financial assistance to aging blues musicians.
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Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr’s research of celebrities genetic roots makes for interesting reading in Finding Your Roots.
Phantom Gourmet's Food festival, Hollywood glamour at the MFA and South End Open Studios are just a few options of what's hot in Boston this weekend.
Twenty years in and comedian Sommore is at the top of her game, slaying audiences with her sharp wit, humorous storytelling, and her no-holds-barred take on relationships, sex and money.
Singer Offiong Bassey returns to the legendary Scullers Jazz Club on September 24th less than a year after her first sold-out appearance in November 2013.
In its second year, Circle the City will host a street fair on a mile-long stretch of Blue Hill Avenue September 28.
José Mateo Ballet Theatre holds OPEN auditions in Roxbury for Children’s roles in its 27th annual production of The Nutcracker
A great opportunity for aspiring performers ages 6-18 to audition for this year's The Nutcracker.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Tonight Mitch Fatel takes over the Laugh Boston, An Evening with Jason Mraz and Raining Jane just two options for our hot list.
Facing down hostile Ferguson, Mo. police officers was all in a day’s work for CNN reporter Don Lemon.
Nia Holloway began training in ballet, jazz, and hip-hop at the age of five years old. Now, at age 19, she has a lead role in the Lion King.