Florence + The Machine embrace the supernatural, Usher and Ruben Blades remain “Champions,” and Ellie Goulding cannot let you go in singles this week.
While there are many ways to enact change, facing differences and embracing them in our own lives proves to be the most powerful, as the ‘Speak For Your Change’ event suggests.
The Bostonians’ Spring Cafe saw renditions of famous songs from the likes of The Killers and Crosby, Stills, & Nash, creating an eclectic and engaging program.
Elton John channels the spirit of his older work, while giving listeners something new in his latest album ‘Wonderful Crazy Night.’
With little to no cohesiveness between songs, Sia’s ‘This Is Acting’ as an album fails to find the smae kind of emotional draw felt in individual songs.
In the film, the famous team of “spotlight” journalists uncover the abuse in the Catholic archdiocese of Boston.
On one Boston College’s biggest annual fundraisers of the year, the renown Pops Orchestra was joined by Darlene Love, Lisa Fischer, and Judith Hill.