State of Grace!

Born in Taiwan but raised in Australia, Grace Huang grew up to be fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. The emerging ingenue made her feature film debut in the 2010 thriller Overheard alongside Louis Koo and Daniel Wu.

Montreal embraces Festival De Jazz

From jazz and blues to pop and hip-hop and everything in between, last week’s 36th annual Montréal Jazz Festival offered a wide range of music for jazz aficionados, music lovers and festival-goers alike. With more than 35 shows a day, ...

5 Questions for Hershey Felder

Concert pianist, performer, and playwright Hershey Felder brings “Irving Berlin” to life at the Emerson Majestic Cutler.

What's Hot in the City this July 4th weekend?

Music galore this 4th July weekend.

Behind-the-scenes with Bravo TV’s Married to Medicine

“You’re either a doctor or married to a doctor” is the premise of Bravo’s Atlanta-based reality series, Married to Medicine, now in its third season. However, each of the six women—Dr. Jacqueline Walters, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, Toya ...

Magic tWitch

Born in Montgomery, Alabama on September 29, 1982, Stephen Boss was always spinning and staying in motion as a child, which is how he earned the nickname “tWitch.” After studying dance at Southern Union State Community, he made his Hollywood ...

Somi’s album, The Lagos Music Salon, transcends geography

Jazz vocalist and songwriter Somi didn’t intend to write an album when she left New York for Lagos, Nigeria in 2011. “I think people assumed that I moved there specifically to go and write. I think I wanted a change. ...

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

Boston Jerkfest and Rum & Brew taking place in the South End this weekend and Roxbury International Film Festival have their closing day screening featuring hip-hop documentary Shake the Dust.

5 questions with Keb’ Mo

Three-time Grammy winner and visionary roots-music storyteller Keb’ Mo’ will be preforming at the Wilbur theatre in conjunction with his recently released 12th album BLUESAmericana.

Montreal International Jazz Festival will be held June 26-July 5

Celebrating its 36th anniversary this year from June 26 to July 5, the Festival was named the “world’s largest jazz festival” in the Guinness Book of Records in 2004. The long-running music celebration, which is presented by TD in collaboration ...

Salem museum displays paintings of Thomas Hart Benton

An artist of his time, painter Thomas Hart Benton (1889-1975) chronicled what it meant to be an American in the 20th century, when the nation was a democracy on the rise. Artists of all kinds were exploring the American character, ...

3½ Minutes, Ten Bullets

Directed by Marc Silver, 3½ Minutes, Ten Bullets is a powerful documentary revisiting the critical issues in the landmark legal proceeding. Besides painstakingly examining the evidence, the picture devotes considerable time to humanizing Jordan Davis via a combination of home ...

What's Hot in the City this June 19th weekend?

It’s all about film festivals, comedy, and music for Father’s Day weekend. Here’s a look at what’s hot in the city!

Dope’s Shameik Moore discusses starring film role

Directed and written by Rick Famuyiwa (The Wood, Brown Sugar), Dope (which opens in theaters on Friday) is the coming-of-age tale of Inglewood, Calif. high school senior Malcolm (played by Shameik Moore), who lives and breathes ’90s hip hop and ...

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Based on the book of the same name by author Jesse Andrews, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl tells the poignant, sweet and refreshingly honest coming-of-age story about high school senior Greg Gaines (Thomas Mann), who has pretty much ...