Category: Arts/Culture News

What to Do/See/Hear | Nov. 15-21

It’s not quite Thanksgiving, but one can easily fill one’s plate with a feast of events this week. Whether you’re more interested in Renaissance music, a look at the stars, bluegrass or swing, there’s something for you in the next seven days, starting tonight. Here’s a checklist.

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 8-14

More music and visual art on the horizon than we can even list here, plus the beginning of the holiday event onslaught. Time to exercise your ears and eyes and prepare yourself for the quickening pace ahead. See what the week ahead has in store for you.

Opening of exhibit attracts 200

Lin Laing, Center for Independent Living executive director, with Otto Budig

Nearly 200 guests attended the opening reception of “Harvesting Garlic in the Rain” at Art Beyond Boundaries. The exhibit is a collection of photography, paintings, drawings and sculpture created by regional artists.

What to Do/See/Hear | Oct. 25-31

If this week’s wet, chilly weather has you thinking that you’d like to curl up with a good book, or at least hear about one, you’re in luck. The word is center stage this week at several events around town. Plus, Music Hall’s reopening will move en pointe, but still with a literary theme.

What to Do/See/Hear | Oct. 18-24

If you were among the estimated one million people who braved downtown traffic to see the wonders of BLINK, you’re probably ready for something that’s happening indoors. Whether it’s an intimate concert in a living room setting or Part 3 of Music Hall’s rechristening, there’s a concert to fit you.