Hundreds of thousands of jubilant Red Sox fans lined the streets of Boston to celebrate the Red Sox World Series win.
In Gloucester’s ‘Sweet and Sad,’ the mourning after
Presence and absence, remembering and forgetting — these themes hover in and around Richard Nelson’s “Sweet and Sad” at Gloucester Stage.
New England’s top GOP donor isn’t a Republican
Seth Klarman reached the top 20 donor list for the first time after he gave more than $3 million in the 2014 federal elections.
Seth Klarman opens up about his financial support of GOP
In an exclusive interview with The Globe, Seth Klarman discussed a wide range of issues connected to his political giving.
Ben Mezrich’s non-fiction life
Last week, in the days leading up to his latest book release, the Boston author offered a peek into his personal life.
The failure of neoliberalism
The migrants who are risking their lives tell us something vital about the global economy.
Florence + the Machine, ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’
On Florence + the Machine’s third album, British singer Florence Welch is scaling back a bit, with more intimate acoustics and lyrics.
Lindsey Graham, who sees a world of peril, opens 2016 bid
Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina opened his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination Monday with a grim accounting of radical Islam “running wild” in a world imperiled also by Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
An Olympic effort at transparency is needed
After a winter of missteps, candor would go a long way to building the public’s trust.
Jamie xx, ‘In Colour’
On his debut solo album, Jamie xx goes widescreen with a sprawling foray into dance-pop.
John Kerry returns to Boston to have fractured leg treated
Kerry arrived about 9 p.m. at Logan Airport, where he will be treated at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Wikipedia editors honor Caitlyn Jenner’s identity
The swift revisions to her entry show the growing recognition of Jenner’s right to define herself in her own terms.
Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard, ‘Django and Jimmie’
The country legends have teamed up for a terrific new album of duets.
The many ways that ‘Aloha’ offends
If this movie was meant to highlight Native Hawaiians and show a sense of community, it falls far short of those goals.
Jason Derulo, ‘Everything Is 4’
Despite three inconsistent records, Jason Derulo has become a bona fide hitmaker, and “Everything Is 4” is his most engaging release.
Indigo Girls, ‘One Lost Day’
Emily Saliers and Amy Ray trade lead vocals and share pristine harmonies on their first record in four years.
Chorus pro Musica weds music with dance in ‘Les Noces’
Saturday's performance of Igor Stravinsky's “Les Noces,” featured compact choreography and a hard-working musical score.
Father Dan’s last Mass
The transition at St. Mark’s in Dorchester is the ecclesiastical equivalent of the Irish pubs giving way to Vietnamese restaurants.
John Singer Sargent’s ‘Neapolitan Children Bathing’
This small, stingingly bright canvas hangs at the Clark Art Institute amid great works by 19th-century painters, most of them French.
Eva Kot’átková examines balance of imagination, socialization
The Czech artist’s work, now up at the MIT List Visual Arts Center, embodies socialization’s traps and cages.
Donal O’Sullivan, veteran concierge on the fast boat to Provincetown
Donal O’Sullivan is in his 14th year as concierge on the fast boat to Provincetown