Jim Koch, founder and brewer of Samuel Adams, on the lessons he’s learned over the years running a successful craft beer business.
With less than a week to go before Boston elects a new mayor, candidate John Connolly joins us in the studio to talk about his vision for Boston, and to answer your questions.
Rare and ancient Quran pages are on display at the Museum of Fine Arts right now, in an exhibit called “Sacred Pages: Conversations About The Quran.”
Could a computer algorithm help police catch a thief? Police in Cambridge are hoping the answer is yes.
Security will be much tighter this year than past years, with a bigger police presence, increased surveillance, and many more rules about what you can and can’t bring on to the Esplanade.
For years, Aoife O’Donovan fronted Crooked Still, a band she helped form in 2001 at the New England Conservatory. But now, it’s her turn to go it alone. On June 11th, she releases her debut album “Fossils.”
When you think of Sergei Rachmaninoff, the Russian born composer, maybe you think of his epic piano works, maybe his symphonies. But opera?
Nineteen acts will take over City Hall Plaza this weekend in the first Boston Calling Music Festival. Many are saying the event is a Vitamin D shot for Boston’s music scene and City Hall Plaza itself. We preview the bands and talk to some of the organizers to peek behind the scenes.
One month after the bombings, I still can’t stop thinking about what happened that day. And know I’m not alone.
The magic in music — whether it be transforming notes from devilish to delightful, or the sheer, dream-like quality of early 20th century compositions — that magic is at the heart of the Chameleon Arts Ensemble’s 15th Anniversary Season Finale, titled “Mystic Moons and Dream Music”.
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