Stephen Henderson’s remarkable and moving book, The 24-Hour Soup Kitchen, is full of stories about one person’s experiences helping to feed the poor and hungry around the globe.
Brenda talks about her brother Brian, a brilliant painter who created art that made you smile, and who left us last month.
The Gardner Museum’s exhibit of John Singer Sargent’s drawings of model Thomas McKeller sparks conversations about race, gender, identity and relationships.
Christine West is a brilliant artist whose work shows you something new each time you look.
The Playhouse is offering new musicals and comedies this season.
Boston’s new MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) opened in February with remarkable exhibitions by contemporary artists.
Immerse yourself in artist Nina Chanel Abney’s remarkable, colorful, large-scale art at the ICA.
Do you ever sing in the shower? Have you watched an actor and wondered if you could do that? Find out at a local theater group!
Jackson Pollack’s “Mural” is considered by many as his seminal work in moving from figurative to abstract art.
Lorraine O’Grady’s art represents her roots in New England and the Carribean with a work that soars to the sky.