In Cambridge for a gig, singer/basist Meshell Ndegeocello discusses the varied influences on her soul-infused music
Interview with Roxbury International Film Festival Director Lisa Simmons
Cheryl “Salt” James discusses Salt-n-Pepa’s role as pioneering female hip hop act and their longevity on the music scene
From concerts, comedy and food festivals around the city, there’s a lot to keep you busy this week. Here’s a look at what’s hot!
Conductor Charles Floyd delves into soul of gospel music at Symphony Hall, Saturday, June 14
Dance production, “Eugene Onegin” brings Pushkin’s work to life at Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre
Documentaries, shorts, features explore issues of identity, love, at 16th annual Roxbury International Film Festival, starting June 25 at the Museum of Fine Arts.
From fundraisers to concerts to food festivals around the city, there’s a lot to keep you busy this week!
Described as a "burger joint with strong values," the Jamaica Plain burger joint Grass Fed offers delicious burgers, a variety of fries (from truffle-Parmesan to beet fries), onion rings, hot dogs, and sandwiches.
Get set for upcoming Boston shows including Daryl Hall & John Oates, “South Pacific,” and Al Pacino.
A buzz of excitement and anticipation was in the air for the opening night of "Amaluna," Cirque du Soleil’s latest show.
Surrounded by wafts of perfume during a matinée performance at the Boston Opera House, the Boston Ballet presented its final show of the season with "Jewels."
From fundraisers, concerts and food festivals around the city, there’s a lot to keep you busy this week. Here’s a look at what’s hot!
Peter Snoad’s "Guided Tour" demonstrates love’s ability to drive a person to extremes in its honor.
John Verlinden or "Chef Johnny" as he’s known from his days as the proprietor of Boston’s first Cuban-American restaurant, Mucho Gusto Café & Collectibles, has recently written the cookbook, "To Cook is to Love." As he states right up front, ...