As CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Dreyfus is convinced medical costs can be reined in.
For a day trip, a weekend, or longer, Gloucester, Rockport, Essex, and Manchester-by-the-Sea have loads to offer, minus the travel hassles.
Anne Hathaway gets to speak her piece in “Shakespeare’s Will,’’ now at Shakespeare & Company. If only she had more interesting things to say.
With an HBO documentary and exhibitions in Provincetown and New York, Robert De Niro hopes his late father, a painter, will finally get his artistic due.
Nelsons on his return to the Tanglewood Music Festival for the first time since his appointment as the Boston Symphony Orchestra music director.
Eight in 10 poll respondents say their personal financial situation is about the same or worse than it was a year ago.
The book is an entertaining reminder of the days when fighting had the power to thrill the country and cause riots at the same time.
“Search: Paul Clayton,” premiering at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse, tells the story of Dylan’s friend and mentor.
The horror-disaster-supernatural mashup thriller is captivating, though most assuredly not for the squeamish.
In bearing, speech, and agonized expressiveness, Serkis’s Caesar conveys the conflicts of a king with almost Shakespearean grandeur.
The book to name-drop among Democrats these days isn’t Hillary Rodham Clinton’s latest.
With incumbent Patricia Campatelli suspended over allegations of wrongdoing, no fewer than five challengers are clamoring for attention.
Scott Harshbarger is a driving force behind the campaign against expanded gambling in Massachusetts.
Roman Polanski takes the brilliant Broadway play and Romanizes it until it reflects his obsession with power games.
Maeve Vallely Bartlett has just a few months to finish Governor Patrick’s long list of environmental priorities.
One doesn’t have to be a Hillary-detractor to grimace over the hundreds of thousands she has taken to speak since stepping down as secretary of state.
It took 25 years for the former Luna member to decide to make his debut full-length solo album under his own name.
The Boston hip-hop heavyweight on his sobriety and upcoming album, “The King of Everything Else.”
The band has lofty ambitions, but they don’t rise to the desired altitude.