In a sea of perplexing novels and short stories that seek to highlight the good in bad characters, Ottessa Moshfegh‘s work rises above it all with murky water dripping from its edges, forgoing the good altogether to reveal the worst in everyone. The Los Angeles-via-Boston writer prides herself on writing with a sense of unstable […]
If you really want to help the Harvard dining hall workers and much of the population of Massachusetts in the bargain, help start political movements to demand structural reform of the state university system.
“They’re wringing their hands about how liberal academics don’t treat them properly.”
Most doctors don’t think like this … But very few speak out about the fraud being carried out against the legalized medicinal use of cannabis.
Some hundred years after Mozart and Monteverdi, we’re still leaving most female composers out of the spotlight, but the Cambridge Philharmonic looks to change that.
Hundreds of Allston residents fought in the streets to save their neighborhood. Now, after a series of land swaps, Harvard’s ivy vines are creeping in again. This is for those who fought, and who fight, for their homes.
Saunders has a global presence as well, having been featured in exhibitions around the world, including the Renaissance Society, Chicago; Tate Liverpool, England; and the 2011 Sharjah Biennial.
Is it true that you wrote “Doll Parts” here?
Courtney Love: Yes.
Starting August 2, Boston audiences will once again be the first to enjoy a hotly anticipated new musical, Waitress, courtesy of the American Repertory Theater.
“What fascinates me about theatre is that ultimately many directors will interpret a work…many generations will see it and interpret it. That’s an amazing thing.”