In my dreams, the MFA and ICA will organize a major survey of art, science, and technology in Boston. John and his peers deserve that long-overdue recognition.
FIRST LOOK: MOD ESPRESSO
Upscale casual with macarons and opera cakes. Yes, opera cakes
IT’S ART, IT’S QUEER. IT’S HERE TO STAY
Inclusivity (finally) hits Boston’s art scene, plans for longevity
FEATURE INTERVIEW: CREATE PRO
Louis DiBiccari on drafting all-star teams of Boston’s most inventive chefs, artists, and bartenders
SCATTERED PICTURES: DIRECTOR SHAWN LACOUNT ON ‘REALLY’ AT COMPANY ONE
Company One co-founder Shawn LaCount directs, and here, he reflects on the play’s provocativeness, his collaboration with Matter & Light, and Really’s complicated themes.
DIG THIS: RECORD FAIR, THIRD THURSDAYS, AND IN THE BODY OF THE WORLD
Third Thursdays @ Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Shadows are spooky. They’re like drunken silhouettes of our inner selves and magnify our insecurities and shit. They can also play nice with our personal light and the triangulations of our emotional discord and open us up to enlightenment and self awareness. Or they can stand as the backdrop to ...
GENERALLY SPEAKING: BOSTON GENERAL STORE PLANTING A FLAG IN COOLIDGE CORNER
“I traveled a lot in college and know a lot of great makers out in the world, so as long as it’s made well and by a company I can get behind, I think that’s just as great.”
RICEBURG RIGHT AHEAD: “CHEF” FILM-INSPIRED FOOD TRUCK ROLLS INTO TOWN
“Rice plates are delicious and everything, you can’t really hold it on the subway or something. So we wanted to combine the convenience of a hamburger and the deliciousness of an Asian rice plate.”