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Elizabeth Warren’s ‘A Fighting Chance’: An exclusive excerpt on the foreclosure crisis

Senator recalls an unsettling conversation from the depths of the mortgage crisis.

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Top grads from Boston art schools

A look at some of the most promising of this year’s master of fine arts candidates from local programs.

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‘As You Like It’ a comic ramble in the woods

Robert Walsh directs a fluid, funny production of “As You Like It” in Medford by the Actors’ Shakespeare Project.

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In ‘Sila,’ perspectives on climate change inspired by the Arctic

The world premiere of the first of Chantal Bilodeau’s planned eight-play cycle opens at the Central Square Theater.

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Soprano Voigt forges her own path forward

Deborah Voigt is still an opera singer, yet she’s entered a phase in which opera performance is taking something of a back seat to other projects.

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Gear up for spring edition of ArtWeek

More than 140 arts groups and community partners are involved in the event, which aims to bring buzz to the Greater Boston cultural scene.

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At the MFA, making photography a fine art

The way in which ambitious photographers actively sought to change the attitude towards photography as an art form is the burden of “Truth and Beauty.”

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In ‘Only Lovers Left Alive,’ Jarmusch fully embraces the allure of the night

Jim Jarmusch turns the notion of hipster vampires into one of the more affecting movies of his career.

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Watching the (13-year-old) detective in ‘The Zigzag Kid’

A delightful kids’ film from Europe, it’s about a 13-year-old budding criminologist.

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Uplifting ‘Dancing in Jaffa’ succeeds despite missteps

Hilla Medalia’s documentary captures Pierre Dulaine’s flamboyant energy and growing frustrations.

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In ‘Alan Partridge,’ a star remembers his roots

It’s refreshingly small, rude, and funny — the cinematic equivalent of Marmite, but try some, you might like it.

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In ‘Other Woman,’ you go, girl — but where, exactly?

The film is one of those female-empowerment comedies that feels like it was made by people who hate women.

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Revisiting the Holocaust in Hungary in ‘Walking With the Enemy’

The film dramatizes the heroics of Pinchas Rosenbaum, who rescued hundreds of his fellow Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust.

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Aimee Mann, Ted Leo team up as the Both

Under the name the Both, the duo has created something unlike anything else in either’s catalog.

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In ‘Brick Mansions,’ going undercover in Motown

The Besson-scripted film is an Americanized “B13” remake featuring Paul Walker in one of his final roles.

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Slint makes a return visit to ‘Spiderland’

Instead of fading from sight, its second LP posthumously spawned a new genre of indie-rock.

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Catherine Deneuve is behind the wheel in ‘On My Way’

The film adds some wrinkles to the geriatric road-movie formula, and the lead is doing her best to look like a wreck.

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Social security numbers stolen from Tufts Health members

Federal officials are investigating the theft of personal information of about 8,830 former and current members.

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Ready to Rock ‘n’ Roll Rumble

After eight nights of competition, the 24 bands in the field of the 35th Rock ‘n’ Roll Rumble have been narrowed down to three finalists.

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Chromeo’s playful approach

The Canadian electrofunk duo will bring their funktronica to Boston Wednesday, and in anticipation, memorable tour moments.

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