TV Critic’s Corner

‘Succession’ title sequence offers insights

Best of all is the music, by Nicholas Britell. It’s virtually a character on the show.

Performing Bach with musicians who ‘reflect the diversity’ of Dorchester

Under artistic director Mary Beth Alger’s leadership, the long-running Ashmont Hill series has been flourishing, expanding, and forging partnerships in the Dorchester community.

Could a ‘Princess Bride’ remake be in the works? It was apparently floated

The revelation that some muckety-mucks in Hollywood have floated remaking “The Princess Bride” was met with fierce and immediate backlash from lovers of the classic romantic comedy.

For Chris Smither, it’s been 50 years of digging deep into existential folk-blues

The singer-guitarist-almost-anthropologist returns to Passim Friday for a show drawing on a half-century’s worth of songs.

Galleries | Cate McQuaid

Glaze is reimagined, reformulated for Harvard ceramics show

Ceramicist Colby Charpentier built vessels from a material normally reserved for the final coat.

A musician and audience member meet in a shipping container for one minute, and it’s a concert

For 10 days at pop-up venues in Cambridge and Boston, you can treat yourself to a Concert for One.

The ‘superpower’ that sharpens Ezra Furman’s punk perspective

The queer artist has moved back to Boston after scoring Netflix’s “Sex Education” and releasing a new album, “Twelve Nudes.”

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