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5 Questions for actor/producer Nick Kroll

Comedian Nick Kroll, the star of FX’s “The League” and Comedy Central’s “The Kroll Show,” steps out of his comfort zone as a first-time movie producer with Adult Beginners.

Fresh ideas

We could all use a hand in the kitchen. So any gadget that makes preparing food easier, faster or more enjoyable is worth buying. Check out these handy gadgets that stood out at the 2015 International Home + Housewares Show.

Pizza Primavera

Homemade pizza, made to order, is the kind of recipe that encourages cooks to step up to the counter with their own ideas.

What's Hot in the City this first weekend of May?

What's Hot in the City this first weekend of May?

Program gives young teens a voice

The idea behind the All-Girl Theater Company (which is part of The Arts Effect NYC), is to bring girls together once a week to train together and on top of that to explore their world through theater; address any challenges ...

Art exhibit inspired by the American South

When the Stars Begin to Fall: Imagination and the American South,” on view through May 10 at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, presents a sampling of works by 35 African-American artists inspired by a real or imagined American South.

Author traces family’s Nazi history in ‘My Grandfather’

My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me, is an account of Jennifer Teege’s discovery researching her family’s dark past during the Holocaust.

Dirty Dancing performers recount their ‘big breaks’

With the classic line “Nobody puts Baby in the corner,” the film Dirty Dancing which starred Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey was a huge hit when it was released nationwide in theaters in 1987. Written by Eleanor Bergstein, the timeless ...

Comedian discusses importance of having ‘a voice’

Named as one of “Variety’s Top 10 Comics to Watch” and “One of the 50 Comedians You Should and WILL Know” by Vulture.com, Cristela Alonzo has had a whirlwind year. She is the co-creator and star of the ABC television ...

R&B singer Alex touts ‘community empowerment through the arts’

Born into a musical family, the middle of five boys and three girls in Manchester, Ga., a small town outside of Atlanta, Alexander Harris began singing gospel in his father’s church at the age of seven. The aspiring singer led ...

What's Hot in the City this April 17th weekend

It’s weekend of comedy and music. Here’s a look at what’s hot in the city!

Book of Negroes brings historical novel to TV screen

Aunjanue Ellis stars as Aminata Diallo in The Book of Negroes, the hit, TV-miniseries based on Lawrence Hill’s award-winning best seller of the same name. Here, she and the picture’s director, Clement Virgo, share their thoughts about the adaptation of ...

Boston duo Wondertwins discuss their career

Known for performing various forms of dance from hip hop, mime, popping, robotics and creative dance all over the world, identical twins Billy and Bobby McClain have been entertaining audiences since they were children.

‘20 Feet From Stardom’ puts a spotlight on Darlene Love

Since the release of the documentary 20 Feet From Stardom in 2013, which also won the 2014 Oscar for Best Documentary Feature, Darlene Love’s life and her music have finally hit center stage.

What's Hot in the City this April 10th Weekend?

It’s weekend of art, ballet, comedy, and music. Here’s a look at what’s hot in the city!