Clarence Page: The ‘Culture Worrier’ interview

Clarence Page is a nationally-syndicated columnist and member of the Chicago Tribune editorial board. Besides those duties, the Pulitzer Prize-winner makes frequent TV appearances, including on The McLaughlin Group as a regular member of the show’s panel of political pundits.

Art opens a dialogue

Norberto Marrero Pírez and wife Janette Brossard, who is an artist and printmaker in her own right, recently visited the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) as part of the 2015 Master Print Series Program.

Craig Robinson: Back with the boys, back in the tub, and back in time again

Craig Robinson is arguably best known for his role as acerbic Dunder-Mifflin employee Darryl Philbin on NBC’s Emmy-winning The Office. Regardless of what role you know him from, he is definitely a world away from his original career intentions.

Noir Fashion Week

The two-day launch of Noir Fashion week will be hosted in Cambridge at the Multicultural Arts Center, featuring the best in alternative high fashion. This year’s emcees are Miss Brazil Massachusetts USA 2014, Lisa Batista Viriato and, Yosaris Rodriguez, actress ...

Billy Porter, Capathia Jenkins discuss The Colored Museum

Written by playwright and two-time Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe in 1986, The Colored Museum redefines what it means to be black in contemporary America through 11 humorous and often times biting satirical “exhibits.” The comedy skewers long-held stereotypes ...

What's Hot in the City this February 27th Weekend?

Here’s a look at what’s hot in the city this weekend of February 27th!

Celebrity Series, Madison Park bring shows to Hibernian Hall

It’s time to shrug off that blizzard-induced lethargy and start celebrating the return of Neighborhood Arts, a collaboration between the Celebrity Series of Boston and Madison Park Development Corporation. Saturdays at 2:00 p.m. from Feb. 28 through March 14, the ...

How Kosher is ‘Kosher Soul’?

‘Kosher Soul’ finds humor in fact of interracial Jewish couple.

Former daily show correspondent Wyatt Cenac brings stand-up to Johnny D’s

Comedian Wyatt Cenac, a former writer and correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, recently starred in his second comedy special titled Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn, and will be appearing at Johnny D’s Thurdsay, Feb. 26.

Loni Love gets real about stand-up, relationships & TV

Known for giving relationship advice to her fans in a fun and light-hearted way, Loni Love will show that same playful spirit in her stand-up this Friday at The Wilbur.

Director discusses the trip of a lifetime

In 2013, director Dominga Martin went to Los Angeles to work with a new producer on finalizing a deal for her first feature film My First Loves, a romantic comedy about a young woman who is having cold feet before ...

From Deena Jones to Dorothy

Currently starring as Dorothy in Fiddlehead Theatre Company’s production of The Wiz, Quiana Holmes always knew she wanted to perform as a child.

Sharon Leal: the ‘Addicted’ interview

Named one of 2007’s ‘Breakout Stars’ by Entertainment Weekly, Sharon Leal has recently been seen on the big screen starring in Women Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day as well as in Why Did I Get Married Too?, reprising ...

Suzan-Lori Parks chronicles odyssey of ex-slave in ‘Father’ play

With her latest play, “Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3),” playwright Suzan-Lori Parks presents the first segment of a three-part epic based on the Civil War and the fortunes of a slave who comes to ...

Intimate Apparel embraces themes of love, independence

Intimate Apparel tells the story of Esther, a single and lonely African American seamstress living in Manhattan in the early 1900s who “sews exquisite lingerie for wealthy socialites uptown, and women of ill repute downtown.” One day Esther receives a ...