Four key people to watch, which premieres make the grade, and what’s new on returning shows.
In Todd Hido’s photography show at Boston University, “Excerpts From Silver Meadows,” sense of place is a state of mind.
ImprovBoston has been named “producing improvisation partner” for “Blank! The Musical,” beginning performances Nov. 1.
Beukes’s novel opens with the discovery of a super-yucky, interspecies corpse, kicking off a murder investigation.
The Eroica Trio introduced a new work by Bruce Wolosoff inspired by Eric Fischl’s paintings.
The Boston Globe Book Club
Books editor Nicole Lamy and author Maryanne O’Hara were online to chat about the book. Catch up here.
A look at Tuesday TV programming including the season premiere of “The Mindy Project” on Fox and the finale of “Finding Carter” on MTV.
If it’s a trend, a clip, a comment, a moment, a meme, a tag, or a topic, it’s a thing. A review of the week in things.
Maybe you can’t place their names right now, but here are four talents whose stars are ascending.
Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson star in “No Good Deed,” a routine thriller about a misogynistic psychopath who holds a woman and her two children hostage.
Waters weaves her characteristic threads of historical melodrama, lesbian romance, class tension, and sinister doings into a fabric of fictional delight.
Jason Mraz spent his Friday night putting his happiness on display, with a setlist full of hummable hooks and solid musicianship.
Lauren Kuhn said she had no idea that the weird fact was going to pop up behind her on screen.
Actor Mark Ruffalo was at the Globe on Monday to do research for his new movie, “Spotlight,” in which he’ll play Globe investigative reporter Michael Rezendes.