"The beauty of art is the ambiguity," says sculptor Alison Saar discussing her current exhibit "STILL…" showing at the Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
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 Black History. http://blackhistory2014.baystatebanner.com/events/
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, an organization that supports teen education in the African country and has also developed the musical "Witness Uganda," which is coming to Harvard’s Loeb Drama Center next month.
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!
Stand-up comedian Jim Gaffigan’s soft-touch delivery mixed with his everyman persona has helped him rise to the top in the world of comedy. Headlining The Wilbur for seven sold-out shows Gaffigan, in preparation for taping his upcoming special, discussed one of his favorite topics — food.
'Berklee in the Round Tuesdays', MFA Film Festival and 'Mango's Latin Saturdays' at Milky Way lounge are just a few of the hot events happening this week.
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!
As 2013 comes to a close, the City is abuzz with a host of New Year's Eve events. Here's a look at what's hot this week!
Happy holidays! If you are looking for fun things to do besides celebrate the holidays this week - here' s our list of what's hot this holiday week.
Fight the winter blues with some of the Hot events that made our What's Hot in the City list this week.
Local events and nightlife in and around Boston.
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!
Get Konnected!, Mies Julie, and Thanksgiving Weekend Comedy Jam & After Party made our hot list this week.
Back in the public eye after a four-year, self-imposed hiatus, India.Arie — known for the empowering songs "Brown Skin," "Video" and "I Am Not My Hair" — has given us a glimpse into her journey of self-discovery through her latest project "SongVersation."
The French Cultural Center's Une Soiree Provencale, Fiddlehead Theatre's production of A Little Princess and jazz vocalist Christine Fawson at Scullers made our list this week.
Second Annual Taste of the NFL, Elton John concert and more.
Mastermind Tour starring hip hop artist Rick Ross, to Fred Armisen at the Berklee Performance Center made our hot list this week.
Company One's "Splendor", Step Afrika at Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre, and Boston Baroque made our hot list this week.
JScott Martin, William Gittens and Shano Wilson at The Red Room, Pat Braxton at Scullers and Fear Night at the Revere Hotel are on our hot list this week.
Beautiful black women of all shades swarmed to Hibernian Hall in support of the natural health and hair expo "Curls Gone Wild." Comedian Anjelah Johnson took to The Wilbur stage this past weekend bringing her character Bon Qui Qui to life to the packed downtown theater. Boston is having an influx of Mexican restaurants, from Temazcal Cantina to El Centro.
John Legend at the Citi Arts Performing Center, José Mateo Ballet and more hot events this week in Boston.
The Lizard Lounge, Scullers Jazz Club and House of Blues - and more for what's hot this week.
Girl Rising, Curls Gone Wild, and Take 6 - just some of what's Hot this week in Boston.
Boston Fashion week is in full swing.
It’s all about love – searching for love, finding love and being in love in David E. Talbert’s Fox Searchlight romantic comedy Baggage Claim, based on his 2003 book of the same name. The lighthearted romantic comedy stars Paula Patton (2 Guns, Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol and Jumping the Broom) as flight attendant Montana Moore, determined to find Mr. Right and get engaged before her younger sister Sheree (Lauren London) walks down the aisle in 30 days.
Mention the name Boris Frederic Cecil Tay-Natey Ofuatey-Kodjoe and most people say, "Huh?" If you mention the name to African American women of a certain age, their hearts skip a beat and their eyes glaze over. But there’s more to the 6-foot-3 Kodjoe, of new film ‘Baggage Claim, than meets the eye .
Color of Film Collaborative's dinner and a movie, the ICA's artist talk series - and more hot things happening this week in and around Boston.
Houston native and actor Brandon J. Dirden returns to Boston in the much-talked about drama All the Way, from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan, which chronicles President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s tumultuous first year in office in 1964. The production stars Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) as LBJ, Michael McKean (A Mighty Wind) as J. Edgar Hoover, Reed Birney (House of Cards) as Hubert Humphrey and Dirden (The Piano Lesson) as the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Boston Ballet, Food and Wine Festival - and so much more
Kudos to the Peabody Essex Museum’s recent exhibit In Conversation: Modern African American Art. The Wilbur Theatre hosted the ladies of General Hospital on Sept. 8. Saturdays and Sundays from 1:30-3 p.m., then again from 3:30-5 p.m., guests at the Taj dressed in their Sunday finest eat from the fine china filled with an assortment of sandwiches, pastries, petits fours and scones served with a refreshing lemon curd.
Here’s a look at what’s hot in Boston this week - 9.9.13
Megan Mullally, Boston Jazz Singers Showcase, The Jungle Book.... just a few of the fun things to do this week.
“In the MIX” looks at the recent Jay Z and Justin Timberlake concert, the 2013 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, the Pomodoro restaurant and several upcoming music events around Boston.
This time of the year, the city is abuzz with a host of live performances from concerts and plays to theatre, art and even dining al fresco. Here’s a look at what’s hot in Boston this last week of August!
Here's a look at what's hot in Boston this week.
The city is abuzz with concerts, plays, and a host of other entertaining options to do in the city this week.
Screenwriter Danny Strong discusses Lee Daniels’ ‘The Butler’
Best known for his character "Jonathan Levinson" on the long-running television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and for his recent role as "Danny Siegel," the first Jewish ad man at the fictional Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce on the hit series Mad Men, Danny Strong is an accomplished, award-winning screenwriter, producer and actor — all before the age of 40. He is in the spotlight now for his work on Lee Daniels’ The Butler.
This time of the year, the city is abuzz with a host of live performances from concerts and plays to theatre, art and even dining al fresco. Here’s a look at what’s hot in Boston this week!
This time of the year, the city is abuzz with a host of live performances from concerts and plays to theatre, art and even dining al fresco.
Contemporary artist Steve Locke presents his first major museum exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art/ Boston beginning July 31. When asked about his 20-year-long artistic career the 50-year-old artist says, "I’m hitting my stride in my practice."
Director garners acclaim for debut film Fruitvale Station
Born and raised in Oakland, Calif., Ryan Coogler has been on a whirlwind schedule since his debut film Fruitvale Station, starring Michael B. Jordan, was selected for the Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab in 2012.
“What’s Hot” in the City! Thursday, 7.25.13
East Meets West … with a critique of Ming Tsai’s Blue Dragon restaurant in Fort Point Channel. Summertime Fun … with a movie review of The Way Way Back, written and directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, and starring Steve Carrell , Toni Collette, and Sam Rockwell. Coming up … for all you General Hospital fans out there, the Wilbur Theatre presents Steve Burton (a.k.a. "Jason Morgan") and Friends this Saturday, July 13 at 3 p.m.
This time of the year, the city is abuzz with a host of live performances from concerts and plays to theater, art and even dining al fresco. Here’s a look at what’s hot this week!
“What’s Hot” in the City besides the weather!? Here's a list of upcoming events taking place around Boston.
Dubbed the “Goddess of Glitz,” Yolanda Cellucci told her inspiring story of starting her own wedding dress business at an intimate gathering at the Westin Copley Place Hotel on June 27. The event was the latest in the series of “The Story Behind Her Success” by Boston Women In Media & Entertainment.
This time of the year, the city is abuzz with a host of live performances from concerts and plays to theatre, art and even dining al fresco. Here’s a look at what’s hot this during the Fourth of July holiday stretch.
The Roxbury International Film Festival hosts its 15th annual celebration of indie filmmakers of color
The Roxbury International Film Festival (RIFF) celebrates its 15th anniversary over four days (beginning Thursday, June 27), with an array of features, documentaries, shorts and youth-produced works.
This time of the year, the city is abuzz with a host of live performances from concerts and plays to theatre, art and even dining al fresco. Here’s a look at what’s hot this week!
Homecoming for Elimu…
Actor, acting coach and athlete Elimu Nelson (pronounced E-lee-moo, meaning “knowledge and education” in Swahili), was born in Orange, N.J., and raised in Milton, Mass. He played a teenage-heartthrob opposite Christina Milian in the 2003 romantic comedy Love Don’t Cost a Thing, and had supporting roles on the F/X series The Shield, the ABC drama Private Practice and on CBS’s Criminal Minds. This year, he’s a recurring guest star on the Showtime series House of Lies, starring opposite Golden Globe Award winner Don Cheadle.