A sprinkling of holiday-themed events awaits this week, among a truly interesting smorgasbord of experiences. The key is finding the ones that will transport you where you’d like to go.
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Culture FIX: Sept. 14-20
If you are looking for something to do instead of Oktoberfest, or in addition to, we have you covered. Art, dance, festivals, film, markets, music and theater all abound this week.
Culture FIX: July 14-20
Neither rain nor heat nor soggy ground can keep us from our weekly task of showing you the way to your cultural future … at least for the next few days. Maybe we’ll see you at the Opera?
Culture FIX: May 26-June 1
Step by step, we seem to be marching at least in the direction of normalcy. In the meantime, take a look at this week’s lineup. You’d hardly know that the world has been mostly shut down for a year or so.
Culture FIX: April 28-May 4
Warming is the word this week. Get your plans made early and plan to stay late. There’s a lot to like ahead. (And when will those pesky cicadas emerge…?)
Culture FIX: March 17-23
March Madness is just not going to be the same this year, so cruise on down this list and fill up your dance card with some stimulating arts, culture and more…
What to Do/Hear/See | Dec. 4-10
Did you hear that? That was the sound of Christmas exploding. There’s an absolute embarrassment of arts and culture options this week – especially if you’re a music fan. Better get right to it.
What to Do/Hear/See | Aug. 14-20
Lots of things are winding up this week, as we hurtle towards autumn and a return to the routine of the school year. Here are a few ongoing exhibits to catch before they go, and some new offerings, as well.
What to Do/Hear/See | April 10-16
There are as many things to do this week as there are daffodils in the yard – only an even wider variety. Whether indoors or out, historic or avant-garde, tuneful or visual, it’s all here for you. Start picking your bouquet.
What to Do/See/Hear | Sept. 26-Oct. 2
The warm-up period is officially ended, so stand back. There’s about to be an explosion. Of art, that is. No time for an extended introduction. Let’s get to it.