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in the Mix: Comedian Michael Che talks stand-up, SNL writing gig

Laid-back, confident, comfortable, on the rise and funny are all words used to describe comedian Michael Che. Che has been performing stand-up since 2009, and in less than five years has shot up the ranks in the world of comedy.Che ...

Children’s fashion website scores with used couture

The quickest and most convenient way to start a business these days seems to be to do it online. This notion proved successful for Los Angeles-based fashionista and socialite CeCe Hendriks, founder of SPOILED! Fashionz, a high-end children’s clothing boutique, ...

Company One raises the curtain for student jobs

While many teens are forced to settle for retail and fast-food restaurant gigs for their first jobs, Shayna Bredbeck, 16, was able to land a position in Company One Theatre’s production apprenticeship program this school year because the theater expanded ...

Jazz musicians celebrate Newport Jazz Festival at 60

On Feb. 13, jazz guitarist Mark Whitfield brings his talent back to Boston as part of the Boston Celebrity Series recognizing the 60th anniversary of the Newport Jazz Festival at the Berklee Performance Center.

What's Hot in the City this week, February 3rd

From concerts to theatre around the city, there’s a lot to keep you busy and warm this week. Here’s a look at what’s hot! Be sure to also check out our Black History Month section for events that focus on ...

UgandaProject spreads word with award-winning musical

In 2005, what began as a simple invitation from a group of friends in Los Angeles to volunteer in Uganda over the summer became a life-changing trip for then 23-year old Griffin Matthews. His experiences led him to found UgandaProject, ...

Hibernian Hall swings for the fences with Jackie Robinson play

Ohio-based performance troupe Mad River Theater Works is making its way to Roxbury to kick off black history month with "Everybody’s Hero: The Jackie Robinson Story" at Hibernian Hall on Feb. 4.

Boston artists’ collective gives self-taught painter first break

On Jan. 26, Tarra Louis-Charles will present her paintings and jewelry in Boston for the first time during this month’s RAW Boston showcase titled “Pixels.”

Golden Globes disappoint in snub of black Hollywood

Last Sunday’s Golden Globes may be considered a big night for the slavery epic "12 Years a Slave," which took home the award for best motion picture, drama. But it was not a big night for the film’s stars, director ...

American Repertory Theater’s ‘The Heart of Robin Hood’ adds romance to classic tale

A state of wonder sets in even before the actors appear in the deliriously enjoyable American Repertory Theater production of “The Heart of Robin Hood” at the Loeb Drama Center in Harvard Square through January 19th.

Roxbury R&B artist Lovely Hoffman lead in SpeakEasy’s ‘Color Purple’ Musical

When Roxbury native Lovely Hoffman walked into the first audition for the upcoming musical “The Color Purple” back in June, she went in without any expectations for the role she would play.

Millenium Choir lauds Christmas with harmonic gospel style

Glorifying God as well as the power of the African American gospel music tradition, the New England Conservatory Millennium Choir captivated its audience on Friday night at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston with a high-spirited celebration of the Christmas ...

In The Mix 12/19/2013

Upcoming Social events in and around Boston

Win tickets to Joyful Noise Gospel Concert featuring Harlem Gospel Choir

Enter our drawing to win a pair of tickets to the upcoming Joyful Noise Concert at the Sanders Theatre in Cambridge on Jan. 18th.

Holiday Shopping

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.