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Of the 100 or so new releases between now and 2011, fewer than 20 are comedies.
Film critics Wesley Morris and Ty Burr discuss new releases, including "I'm Still Here."
Cinemania: best movies about summer Summer means wacky vacations, running through water sprinklers, and beach blanket bingo bonanzas. But summer also means oppressive heat, sunburns, noxious insects, sweaty men in tee-shirts, testy tempers, the sweltering battlefield of Gettysburg, the German invasion of Belgium in 1914,......
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Season 4 of 'American Horror Story' to be carnival-themed The fourth season of FX's creepy horror series is reportedly going to be set in a 1950's fairground carnival....
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If I were to choose my favorite song about the sweet hereafter, it would probably be “Heaven” by the Talking Heads. But if I were......
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Boston-born Annie Baker will have three of her plays performed in the Shirley, VT Plays Festival, a collaboration between the Huntington Theatre Company, SpeakEasy Stage Company, and Company One.
Ambition is on display as museums in the area expand. Pictured: The new Art of the Americas Wing will open in November at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Dancers from around the globe will infuse Boston Ballets ranks with fresh energy when the company opens the season.
With her new album, Sheryl Crow decided to turn her attention back to the sweet soul music she loved growing up.
The Latvian soloist and his ensemble, the Kremerata Baltica, are touring behind a new album this fall.
For 20 years Khaira Arbys sung in Timbuktu where she has the following of a hometown heroine. Now, they are hitting the road for their first US tour that concludes in Somerville.
The JCAO's Regattabar performance will be a double celebration marking the band's 25th anniversary and the release of the ensemble's eighth album.
Folk & Country
Iris DeMent hasnt written an album of original material since 1996s The Way I Should. She says shes not even sure shes experiencing a writers block.
Several well-known names are teaming up with friends for a meeting of the musical minds. Pictured: John Legend collaborates with the Roots.
The Nick Jr. television show "Yo Gabba Gabba! Live!" aims to be a rockin' show that parents will like too.