With 13 petals representing each of the 13 villages in Newton, Nancy Schön’s sculpture of a sunflower for the 30th birthday of the Newton Free Library exemplifies her fondness for her hometown and her appreciation for the place that inspired her to pursue art.
Parks in Newton have served as a respite for residents throughout the pandemic. No matter the season, Newton Parks and Recreation Commissioner Nicole Banks said she has seen an increase in the number of Newtonians frequenting these public spaces.
After over a year without live performances, the Huntington Theatre Company will be ushering in a new wave of theatre-lovers to Boston this season. The Huntington announced on Thursday that it will be open for in-person, indoor shows during the 2021-2022 season.
Since returning to campus in the fall, Boston College students have grown accustomed to COVID-19 testing, social distancing, and contact tracing. These new measures have created a unique BC experience, but changes to college life are all too familiar to students throughout the Boston area.
One of the largest collections of Claude Monet paintings is on display at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) for the first time since it was originally displayed at this location 25 years ago. Known for his use of muted palettes and simple brush strokes, Monet’s revered works once again bring a sense of serenity to Boston in Monet and Boston: Lasting Impressions.
More than a hundred cars lined up in front of Newton City Hall on Tuesday night to donate their gifts for the Newton Police Department’s annual holiday gift drive, “Stuff A Cruiser,” according to Sholkin.
‘Sweat’ honestly examines modern-day injustices and is deeply affecting, even in its virtual format.