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April Ryan, political lion

April D. Ryan, a veteran journalist who has been a White House correspondent for the past 18 years, talks about her new memoir, “The Presidency in Black and White.”

Behind the camera

Crazy, Stupid, Love, Last Trip, The Guilt Trip, Tangled, Cars 1 and 2 are just several of the films you’ve probably seen in the last few years all written by the engaging Dan Fogelman. The screenwriter now adds director to ...

From dance to art and the blues, here’s a look at what’s hot in the city this weekend!

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Art and Design at the Cyclorama made our hot list this week.

Haitian dancer/choreographer Jean Appolon gives back through dance

Jean Appolon is a renowned choreographer and master teacher based in Boston and Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He has performed with the North Star Ballet Company in Fairbanks, Alaska, the Black Door Company in Miami, and the Atlantic City Ballet Company.

Hidden faces of courage production comes to Cambridge Y

On With Living and Learning (OWLL) is premiering their remixed and re-imagined production of Hidden Faces of Courage. OWLL is a local organization that seeks to “bring together female ex-offenders, artists, human service professionals and the public to inspire public ...

Being a father key to success for veteran comic Sinbad

Sinbad first achieved notoriety in 1983 as a finalist on the television comedy competition Star Search hosted by Ed McMahon. Even though he didn’t win, it was only a matter of time before he would reappear on the national stage. ...

What's Hot in the City this Spring weekend?

It's officially spring this weekend and regardless of the temperature outside, our What's Hot list of events will keep things warm.

Dancer to give farewell hometown engagement

When the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performs from March 26-29 at Citi Wang Theatre, its 45th visit with the Celebrity Series of Boston, Kirven Douthit-Boyd’s performances will mark his farewell hometown engagement with the company. He will perform in ...

The Colored Museum at The Huntington Theatre Company is satire served up with wit, insight

Delirious and at moments, devastating, the Huntington Theatre Company’s revival of “The Colored Museum,” by two-time Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe, would be worth seeing for the verve and finesse of the cast alone. But the production, on stage ...

What's Hot in the City this March 14th Weekend?

Tonight, (Thursday) master storytellers, Culture Clash perform their riveting show Muse & Morros at The Jackie Liebergott Black Box at the Emerson/Paramount Center at 7 p.m. Tickets: $25 and $49; www.artsemerson.org.

Book probes shifting depictions of black masculinity in Hollywood

Roland Leander Williams, Jr. who teaches English at Temple University, has written Black Male Frames: African-Americans in a Century of Hollywood Cinema, 1903-2003, which shows how black male movie characters have basically been either submissive or subversive to suit the ...

Clarence Page: The ‘Culture Worrier’ interview

Clarence Page is a nationally-syndicated columnist and member of the Chicago Tribune editorial board. Besides those duties, the Pulitzer Prize-winner makes frequent TV appearances, including on The McLaughlin Group as a regular member of the show’s panel of political pundits.

Art opens a dialogue

Norberto Marrero Pírez and wife Janette Brossard, who is an artist and printmaker in her own right, recently visited the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) as part of the 2015 Master Print Series Program.

What's Hot in the City this weekend?

Enjoy dining out, jazz, great theatre and music this weekend - and don't forget to turn your clocks ahead on Sunday!

Craig Robinson: Back with the boys, back in the tub, and back in time again

Craig Robinson is arguably best known for his role as acerbic Dunder-Mifflin employee Darryl Philbin on NBC’s Emmy-winning The Office. Regardless of what role you know him from, he is definitely a world away from his original career intentions.

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