When The Game Stands Tall tells inspirational story of redemption through football.
Labor Day Weekend entertainment options
Esther Rojas, Grupo Mania, Kel Do Nascimento and Toni Lynn Washington are just a few options for an entertaining Labor Day weekend.
In Celebration of Director Malcolm Rogers' 20th Anniversary
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Presents a Free Community Day on September 7. Leading the month-long festivities is “MFA First Fridays” which offer cocktails, music and conversation on Friday, September 5th.
Malcolm-Jamal Warner Reprises Sidney Poitier Role in the Huntington Theatre’s Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
Malcolm-Jamal Warner talks to the Banner about his acting career and his starring role in the stage reprisal of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.
Shea Rose, Caribbean Festival and the Urban Music Festival this weekend
Shea Rose at the Brighton Music Hall, Erik Griffin at LaughBoston and the Caribbean Festival are a few of the highlights for What's Hot in the City this weekend.
A.R.T. dancer Julius Anthony Rubio overcame adversity to become a professional dancer. Now Rubio is dance captain for the company’s production of Finding Neverland.
In conjunction with Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
The Huntington Theatre Company and the Mayor’s Office of Arts + Culture host a free community event in support of the Huntington’s upcoming production, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, at The Strand Theatre in Dorchester on Wednesday, August 27 at 7pm.
Entertainment options for this weekend - August 17th.
Tonight at 6 p.m., the Song Yi Jeon Quartet performs modern jazz at the Putnam Investment Plaza at the ICA. Admission: Free
Hidden gems, Savvor Restaurant & Lounge and Les Zygomates Wine Bar & Bistro offer a taste of Southern and French cuisine in Boston’s Leather District.
Bringing Together The Arts, Music, Culture and Food to the Innovation District
An interactive and first-of-its-kind outdoor event space called “The Lawn on D” - located adjacent to the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) - opens officially to the public on Saturday, August 16th at 12 p.m. The day’s activities will include live performances, full bar service, lawn games, live DJs, food trucks, public art exhibits on display, inflatable photo ops, and more.
The Mayor’s Office of Arts + Culture presents The Funk Summit Dance Party: Cultures of Soul and Soulelujah! on City Hall Plaza with DJs Deano and Ty Jesso
The Funk Summit Dance Party will feature the sounds of the 60s from soul and funk to R&B, with music from the “Godfather of Soul” James Brown and Motown artists.
August 7th weekend events to consider
Tonight from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., the ICA presents Australian pianist, vocalist, and composer Sarah McKenzie as part of their “Harborwalk Sounds” series. Admission: Free
Sons of Serendip, a classical, neo-soul, R&B fusion quartet made up of Boston University graduate students, is competing in the final round of America’s Got Talent next week.
Zach Braff, who cut his acting teeth in the ‘Scrubs’ series, discusses his directorial career, new film.
Robert Reiner discusses new movie, And So it Goes, reflects on career in television, film
Roxbury Community College is hosting a Roxbury Rocks Music Festival
In the documentary, Ivory Tower, director Andrew Rossi explores how education has been sold as part of the American Dream to a better and brighter future.
Guitarist and Berklee alum Angie Swan is making a career performing on shows like Glee and The Late Show with David Letterman, as well as with Cirque du Soleil
With musical styles ranging from soul, R&B, hip-hop, jazz, and rock to indie, reggae, and folk, Berklee’s Summer in the City series presents eclectic writer and performer Chris Kazarian, also known as K.A.Z., this Tuesday, July 1 performing outdoors at 100 Summer Street in downtown Boston at 12 noon. Admission: Free
Thirty-five years in the making, this year’s Montreal International Jazz Festival features a stellar line-up of first-time and returning musicians and artists from around the globe.
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:
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
Concerts, comedy and food festivals around the city
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!
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!
Get set for upcoming Boston shows including Daryl Hall & John Oates, “South Pacific,” and Al Pacino.
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.
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!
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, the book is "equal parts conversation, cookbook and memoir."
Cirque du Soleil Amaluna opens this week
It's cold outside yet again, but there's lots of hot events happening in Boston to make us forget the weather!
Forty years ago, a love of music brought together one of the most famous songwriting/producing teams and recording artists in music history, Ashford & Simpson.
Comedian Bruce Bruce returns to The Wilbur stage; The Whispers perform at the Berklee Performance Center; The Sinclair presents the very talented singer and bass player Meshell Ndegeocello.
Treach and Kay Gee from Naughty by Nature and the man of the hour Ja Rule turned it up at the jam-packed House of Blues for HOT 96.9’s Throwback Party.
It was a feast for the eyes as Boston Ballet’s dancers took to the stage in the program "Pricked."
A bit of Philly soul came to Boston in the form of Boyz II Men, who brought the house down at The Wilbur.
The 6th Annual Women in Comedy Festival showcased some of the best female comics from around the country over four hilarious days with a mix of sketch, stand-up comedy and improv.
Boston Poetry Slam, Joe Torry and ClimActs made our hot list this week.
From concerts theater and comedy shows around the city, there’s a lot to keep you busy this week. Here’s a look at what’s hot!
The version of William Shakespeare’s "The Tempest" playing now at the American Repertory Theater fuses an extraordinary and colorful world filled with music, magic and dance from playwright and director Aaron Posner and Teller of the legendary magic duo Penn & Teller. "The Tempest" tells the story of Prospero, played by Broadway actor Tom Nellis, an exiled duke and magician, who, after years of living with his daughter Miranda, played by Charlotte Graham, on a magical island must unexpectedly confront the people who wronged him in the past.
The Young Black Women’s Society Inc., a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a platform for women and girls of color to further develop their personal, professional and civic lives, championed female empowerment with a forum on May 3, emphasizing themes of sisterhood and following passions.
M.I.A. and JaRule at House of Blues, Boston Ballet's Pricked - and more this week!
From concerts theatre and comedy shows around the city, there’s a lot to keep you busy this week. Here’s a look at what’s hot!
The Family Van - Boston's Free Mobile Health Clinic -Profiled on its Delivery of Services to Underserved Communities by The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Approximately 3,500 business and professional women turned out for Simmons College’s 35th annual leadership conference to hear an impressive array of speakers, including former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Artweek Boston starts this week! Bite Thursdays at Bond Restaurant and Legally Blond the Musical
From concerts to theatre around the city, there’s a lot to keep you busy and warm this week.
One of the busiest actors working in Hollywood today is the super smart, funny, and multi-talented Aisha Tyler. She’s seen daily around the country as a co-host on CBS’ Emmy nominated “The Talk,” voices the sexy superspy Lana on FX’s hit animated show “Archer,” and is the new host of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?,” filling the role previously held by Drew Carey.
Jazz, fashion, and comedy made our hot list this week.
What's hot in the city this second week of April.
The world of sports and music came together in support of Jaden’s Ladder annual fundraiser “Bright Lights, Big City Black & White Gala,” held in the ballroom of the Ritz Carlton Hotel. NFL Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk, former NBA power forward Charles Oakley, and 2013 finalist from the NBC’s “The Voice” Will Champlin all attended this year’s bash, and Champlin sang several songs including a heart-felt version of Etta James’ “At Last.” Hot 96.9’s DJ Roy Barboza was back on the wheels of steels and Coach Willie Maye of NESN returned as master of ceremonies. It was a fun-filled evening and, when it was all said and done, $100,000 was raised for Jaden’s Ladder. Truly a great night for a great cause!
A New Yorker by way of Oklahoma City, actress and dancer Deidre Goodwin is part of the ensemble cast performing in the world premiere of the American Repertory Theater’s latest production “The Shape She Makes.” Conceived by Susan Misner and Jonathan Bernstein, the play explores the impact of childhood experiences on our adult lives as “Quincy,” a precocious 11-year-old girl seeks to understand what she’s inherited from her absent father and neglectful mother. We see her story unfold through a fusion of movement and dialogue.