In his new book, “But What if We’re Wrong?” author and essayist Chuck Klosterman visualizes today’s world from the perspective of those in the distant future.
Beyoncé’s new album, “Lemonade,” may be one of the most important pieces of artistic and cultural expression in a generation.
Mayor Marty Walsh declared April 14 Peter Wolf Day in Boston. Wolf celebrated with a special performance at the New England Center and Home for Veterans.
After this weekend, Johnny D’s Uptown Restaurant and Music Club in Davis Square will be closed. A number of storied musicians have played the Johnny D’s stage in the 46 years it was open.
Composer and Emerson College professor Mehmet Ali Sanlikol has lived in Boston for over 20 years, but he says he’s never felt the conundrum he’s experiencing these days as a Muslim in Boston and in the United States.
The interim chair of Berklee College of Music’s film scoring department, Alison Plante, walks us through the interesting transition we hear in this year’s Oscar nominees for best original score.
Eric Hewitt is artistic director of the New Music Festival and in 1998, he was a student at New England Conservatory when he encountered Martino and his vision for 12-tone music.
Fannie Lou Hamer is often called the spirit of the Civil Rights movement, who used singing to reflect her belief that the civil rights struggle was a spiritual one.
We look back on the best moments of 2015 in popular culture.
Twelve years ago, a group of local guitar makers came together to share information, techniques and ideas about their craft — and their shared passion for making instruments.
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