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Greater Boston author readings June 23 - June 29

A weekly calendar of literary events. an hour ago

book review

‘In West Mills’ a view of a small town from a big talent

A rich cast of characters makes for a “quietly glorious” debut from novelist De’Shawn Charles Winslow. 2 hours ago

Stage Review

The sun sets on the British empire in Nora Theatre Company’s ‘Cloud Nine’

Director Lee Mikeska Gardner and an extraordinary cast deliver a first-class production of Caryl Churchill’s 1979 play about colonialism, oppression, sexual politics, and power. 2 hours ago

bibliophiles

From ‘Rest and Relaxation’ to refreshing research

Newton-born novelist Ottessa Moshfegh’s bestseller arrives in paperback this week 2 hours ago

TV Critic’s Corner

Netflix to deliver emotional ‘Healing’ from a dog named Dude

The story line follows an 11-year-old boy starting middle school who has a social anxiety disorder. Cue Dude, a mutt who serves as Noah’s emotional support dog. 2 hours ago

Ty Burr

Who needs calming down: Taylor Swift or her audience?

The singer’s latest video has her once again discombobulating the culture. 2 hours ago

Stage Review

In Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Corteo,’ flights of imagination in the afterlife

A show in which circus performers appear in a clown’s memories features the breathtaking aerial feats Cirque is known for. 3 hours ago


Movie Review

In Focus: Back to a future that didn’t go according to plan

A preview of the documentary “Framing John DeLorean.” 3 hours ago

Television Review

HBO drama ‘Years and Years’ puts a human face on a disturbing future

The miniseries projects the next 15 years — depicting an ugly brand of politics and how those politics affect the daily lives of one close-knit family.

Accused of sexual harassment, conductor Stephen Lord resigns from positions, withdraws from performances

Lord, the former music director of Boston Lyric Opera and a major opera figure nationwide, has resigned from positions in Detroit and St. Louis and withdrawn from planned performances.

Dionne Warwick knows the way to a hit

The singer comes to the Cabot in Beverly for a show that will draw from her deep catalog.

GLOBE MAGAZINE

Things to do in Greater Boston this summer

Your seasonal calendar of events, music, theater, and more.

First dances for 21st-century couples

At last — some contemporary alternatives to those played-out favorites.

A very different kind of Beatles movie

The director talks about his “first light romantic comedy,” “Yesterday.”