Artists who signed the ‘Boston Arts for Black Lives’ letter last year weigh in on what’s changed—and what hasn’t—in the regional arts scene since then
360-degree views of the city and a whole bunch of history.
“What soothed my warrior spirit [in the military] was music and beauty.”
New England Cultural Organizations Struggle to Survive in an Age of Social Distancing
With the rapid spread of a grim pandemic, many are locked inside houses and apartments, consigned to quarantine and social distancing. But we are social creatures. We miss our family, friends, and beloved ones. We want to see and talk to them. Wachter, Hanbury, and Le had that motivation in mind.
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Is the decades-long economic crisis for working people leading to less relevant art?
Gambling, Jazz, and Boston’s Musical Culture
One “grand” opening on June 23: the Encore Gambling Casino, a $2.6 billion project in Everett. One quiet closing on July 31: the Third Life Studio, a small improvisational music space in Union Square, Somerville. These two establishments are about two ...
Monthly guide to Boston’s music and arts underground reaches milestone issue