Angell Conwell was born in Orangeburg, S.C., on Aug. 2, 1983, but raised in nearby Columbia. At 17, she made her big screen debut in the gritty, John Singleton drama “Baby Boy” opposite Tyrese, Taraji P. Henson and Snoop Dogg.
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United South End Settlements aims to bring together South End artists, reflect diversity and increase access to art in the neighborhood with its fifth annual Community Colors exhibit. The exhibit is being displayed at the Harriet Tubman House on Columbus ...
"Black Nativity," Langston Hughes’ 1961 musical and theatrical treatment about the birth of Jesus Christ, is an American masterpiece. The play has become a holiday staple in Boston.
Fight the winter blues with some of the Hot events that made our What's Hot in the City list this week.
A proven talent as an actress, writer and director, Kasi Lemmons continues to tantalize creatively with her thought-provoking body of work. Her work as an actress includes roles in "Silence of the Lambs" opposite Jodie Foster, and Spike Lee’s "School ...
Mary J. Blige is not what she used to be. Over the two decades that she has been performing urban American music, Blige has gradually retreated from the edgy inner-city grooves of the neo-soul sound most popular in the middle-to-late ...
The 26th annual production of Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre’s The Nutcracker is ending its tour in Dorchester.
Enter our drawing to win a pair of tickets to the upcoming Joyful Noise Concert at the Sanders Theatre in Cambridge on Jan. 18th.
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Crowded parking lots and garages and never-ending lines can suck the fun out of holiday shopping and giving. Some Boston-based organizations are trying to put the fun back into holiday shopping by hosting holiday arts markets with free admission.
Berklee College of Music student, Grace Gibson, makes her big screen debut in the Fox Searchlight Pictures film "Black Nativity." She plays two roles in the contemporary musical drama, which is based on Langston Hughes’ classic gospel play.
The winter season is upon us and the city is abuzz with a host of live performances from art shows and plays to concerts and festivals. Here’s a look at what’s hot this week!
Negro spirituals evolved within American culture at a time when all seemed lost for the people who invented them.
Roxbury artist Theodore Green has made it his business to explore a variety of mediums throughout his career, gaining expertise in many art forms including drawing, painting, illustration and sculpting.