Gay marriage advocates gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court cheered this morning, as the court issued a pair of landmark rulings on same-sex marriage.
What you may not know, is that the genius of Michelangelo goes beyond painting, fresco and sculpture and extends into the fields of architecture, engineering, and drawing.
When you walk into the Mass MoCA, you are immediately struck by it’s size, it’s soaring ceilings. What you may not know is that the history of the building spans some two hundred years of economic and industrial development in New England.
Dar Williams is a major force in the American folk scene. The New Yorker called her “one of America’s very best singer-songwriters.” But this weekend, she’s trying something new, making her debut with a full symphony orchestra.
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?
Actor Michael Douglas made an interesting claim about what caused the throat cancer he was diagnosed with in 2010 — oral sex.
What is really facing children and their parents when it comes to mental health services in Massachusetts?
The office of the state auditor has identified more than eleven hundred welfare recipients in the Commonwealth who are–dead. If true, it means somebody, or some people have fraudulently pocketed almost 2.4 million dollars in state benefits. Yet there are critics of the latest report who say it exaggerates the problem.
Imagine the sounds of summer in New England., Perhaps you hear the crashing of waves or the sharp whistle of a ferry: whatever it is, sound can transport us back to a place and time. That’s exactly what Steve Wilkes had in mind when he created the project “Hear Cape Cod.”
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