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At the ICA, ‘Honor,’ starring Lili Taylor, is one art lecture not to be missed

The film and stage actor plays conceptual artist Suzanne Bocanegra in the performance piece on Feb. 10.

QUICK BITE

Mei Mei Dumplings presents factory-to-table dining

The new South Boston facility produces the dumplings, serves the dumplings, and teaches how to make the dumplings.

All of your Grammy questions answered, from A to Ye

When is the awards show on? Who's performing? Will Beyoncé make history? And what's ABBA doing here?

THE TICKET

Things to do around Boston this weekend and beyond

Music, theater, comedy, museums, family events, and more, selected by Globe critics and writers.

Tell us: Do you plan to watch the new Dungeons & Dragons movie?

The new Dungeons & Dragons movie, “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves,” hits theaters March 31. The film stars Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, and Hugh Grant.

Odie Henderson Review | ★★★

Apocalypse now? M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Knock at the Cabin’ poses the question

Dave Bautista anchors this enigmatic thriller as a mysterious stranger who haunts a family vacationing in the woods.

TV CRITIC'S CORNER

Reboot will send ‘Frasier’ back to Boston

The Paramount+ sitcom sequel has Frasier Crane relocating from Seattle to Boston, where we first met him on "Cheers."

STAGES

As StageSource prepares to shut down, theater artists lose a partner

The pandemic placed enormous pressure on the member-based organization, which is supported by fees, as job opportunities dried up and many theater artists left the profession or the city.


Distracted by geographical inaccuracies in ‘The Last of Us’? For Bostonians, it’s hard not to be.

It’s fair to say HBO’s new dystopian series “The Last of Us” has viewers hooked. But for people who know Boston geography, the inaccuracies have proven tough to ignore.

Working on It

Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth’s new book, ‘I’m No Philosopher, But I Got Thoughts,’ delivers an authentic dose of sunny

Sprinkled with meditations, inspirational quotes, and personal travails, too, the book left this “Wicked” fan feeling lighter.

TELEVISION REVIEW

‘Dear Edward’ isn’t just another sob story

The Apple TV+ series starring Taylor Schilling and Connie Britton is at times a deeply affecting portrait of people united by grief.

Concert Preview

Mandy Patinkin - now a TikTok star - brings his one-man concert to New Bedford

"We put together an evening that I guaranteed myself I’d have fun doing. If you don’t like it or you don’t like me, that’s OK, bring a sandwich, take a nap, or leave."

TV CRITIC'S CORNER

Another cancellation to lament: ‘Reboot’ gets the boot

The ax came down from Hulu on Monday, inspiring a grief-filled social media post from cast member Johnny Knoxville.

At Sundance, a spotlight on ‘Eileen’ — and Massachusetts

Based on the 2015 debut novel by Newton native Ottessa Moshfegh, the film stars Anne Hathaway as a Harvard-educated prison psychologist who strikes up a friendship with a depressed secretary.

Tanglewood announces summer 2023 programming

"Ragtime," the Emerson String Quartet, and a Mozart opera are among the season’s highlights.

10 must-see movies from the Sundance Film Festival

From "Fair Play," a "battle of the sexes movie for millennials" to the documentary "Judy Blume Forever," these films are worth your attention.