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"Shrek Forever After" and much more comes to theaters.
Cinemania: Best Fantasy Adventures As the box office busting numbers of recent films such as “Thor: The Dark World,” ($187 million) “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” ($296 million) and the upcoming “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” (opens December 13) might suggest, the market......
NBC announces second in potential series of live musicals after 'Sound of Music'
The homes of NBC viewers will come alive with the sound of a musical once again....
Art criticSebastian Smee
Arts writerJoan Anderman
BSO players sign new labor agreement There won't be any labor strife at The Boston Symphony...
Sound EffectsBoston Music Awards crowns Bad Rabbits artist of the year, other winners
Aram Boghosian for the Boston Globe The Liberty Hotel hosted...
NBC announces second in potential series of live musicals after 'Sound of Music' The homes of NBC viewers will come alive with the sound of a musical once again....
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From Aerosmith (left) and the J. Geils Band at Fenway Park to the Rihanna/Ke$ha concert at the Comcast Center, it's the summer of pairing up.
A revelatory exhibit about Picasso's lifelong interest in the work of Degas is coming to the Clark Art Institute – and it promises to be the show of the season.
Jenny Holzer, plus bodies hurling through space? Summer Stages teams up with the ICA on a new multimedia series linking art, poetry, and dance.
From Shakespeare's fierce lovers to his redeeming daughters, Tina Packer takes them on in "Women of Will."
In the era of cutting back, Adam Theis is doing the opposite. His 50-member group, Jazz Mafia, plays the Newport Jazz Festival this summer.
For her new album, "The Foundling," Mary Gauthier confronted the mother who put her in an orphanage. She lays her heart on the line at Club Passim in June.
"The Distant Sound" is the most bewitching, forgotten opera that you've never seen — but will want to.
A diverse array of singers, drummers, bands, and dancers will head to City Hall Plaza for Boston's first African festival.