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Film critics Wesley Morris and Ty Burr discuss new releases, including "Sanctum."
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......
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Winter TV Preview
Let Globe TV critic Matthew Gilbert be your guide with his forecast of what's to come in the next few months.
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....
The Globe's Matthew Gilbert tells you what's up with tonight's shows. Tune in here before you turn on the tube.
Newbury Handmade Market Pop-Up, open through Dec. 24
Here's a holiday treat. Etsy, the online marketplace we love, pops up on Newbury Street for three weeks in December. Scarves by Pam Kubbins will......
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...
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Video: A look at what's coming up
Composer Richard M. Sherman looks back at "his" version of "Mary Poppins" and at the musical it became in 2004.
"Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey" tries to figure out what the master illustrator of morbid humor liked.
Intensity and humanity propel the choreography in "Chapters From a Broken Novel" as Doug Varone makes subliminal connections in dance.
The opera's combination of its curious story and its unorthodox telling creating an uneasy immediacy.
"Blessed," Lucinda Williams' forthcoming album, shows the songwriter stretching, beautifully, beyond her usual tropes.