Eventually, I began to favor simplicity over style. Admittedly, I got lazy. For a while, I forgot to appreciate cursive the way my grandfather did—as an unconventional avenue for artistic expression.
See ‘Storks’ make its delivery, Lynyrd Skynyrd ride solos to high places, and marvel at the Russian masterpieces at the hands of the Boston Symphony Orchestra this weekend in the arts.
Located on Stokes Lawn, the first annual StokesSet offered another opportunity for BC’s music lovers to see some big-name bands right from the comfort of their own campus.
The ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ series is a time-honored tale of boyhood and brotherhood, a bridge between the plausible events of one’s early years and the boundless potential of the imaginary. Bring it on, cartoonists of today.
See Alice in Chains strum up dirty baselines at the House of Blues, Jim Gaffigin please crowds at the Wilbur Theatre, and more this weekend in the arts.
The exhibit is a colorful showcase of the ways in which sports have evolved dramatically, united quarreling countries under the universal love for the game, and shape-shifted global relations in the name of intense competition.
Seeing Tom Hanks save the masses in ‘Sully,’ Jason Aldean and Kid Rock at Fenway, and the Lumineers at the Blue Hills Pavilion this weekend in the arts.
If there’s one ragtag group of idiots I’ve been missing for months, it’s the gang from Fox’s consistently hysterical sitcom New Girl.
See De Niro in the biographical boxing thriller ‘Hands of Stone,’ help Kanye’s ego grow during Saint Pablo tour, and marvel at the fruits of creativity at the O’Neill Celebrating Creativity exhibit this weekend in the arts.