John Oliver calls for impeachment of Trump: ‘No one is above the law’

“I can’t guarantee impeachment will work out the way you want it to, because it probably won’t,” the “Last Week Tonight” comedian said. “But that doesn’t mean it’s not worth doing.”

Music Review

An electric return to ‘slacker’ pop-rock with Evan Dando and the Lemonheads

The Lemonheads’ Paradise gig on Saturday night was their first hometown show in six years. And they delivered, cramming almost 30 songs into about 90 minutes.

‘City on a Hill’ creator Chuck MacLean knows all about the local flavor

The South Shore native went to LA to become a screenwriter — but only after he was fired from a job at the Patriot Ledger.

The Ticket: What’s happening in the local arts world

This week’s picks from Globe critics.


In concert, Billie Eilish shows she’s ready for her moment

At Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion, the teenpop supernova was as cool and confident as her debut album suggests.

Music review

BEMF festival concerts, from ‘Beowulf’ to bedlam

The biennial early music extravaganza’s festival concerts on June 12 and 13 included music spanning a millenium, with nary a sour note.


You’re doing fine, ‘Oklahoma!’

A first-rate North Shore Music Theatre production reveals the classic musical’s inherent strengths, and some of its darkness, too.

TV Critic’s Corner

Lena Dunham joins HBO’s drama ‘Industry’

Dunham is joining the series as an executive producer and director.

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Online and off, Pride Month is off to a rocky start

Some of the most threatening attacks against LGBTQ folks happen in virtual space.

Netflix’s first Arabic original causes controversy in Jordan

Netflix’s first Arabic original series, the supernatural teen drama “Jinn,” debuted with much fanfare but sparked uproar in Jordan, where it is set.

Jimmy Fallon rips Boston over Stanley Cup loss

The late night host congratulated the St. Louis Blues on their win and poked a little fun at Boston.

Art REview

Brave new worlds, on view at the Mead Art Museum

A show bundles up the anxieties of progress in the age of the atom.


Madonna unbound on ‘Madame X’

On her 14th studio album, she makes her multifaceted nature explicit, linking the title character’s many guises (secret agent, dancer, equestrian, nun, et cetera) to the hooky album’s overall concept.

Art Review

Getting real in a stirring show at Mass MoCA

There’s an elegant urgency, a poetic sense of alarm in the best works in “Suffering From Realness” at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.