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He says another woman is the one who got away

Decide whether this couple should get married. Are both parties settling?


MFA presents findings on a sculpture and its ‘complicated history’ for Indigenous People’s Day

Associate curator Layla Bermeo will give a virtual talk on responses to Cyrus Dallin’s “Appeal to the Great Spirit.”


At Kingston Gallery, a visit to verdant lands haunted by the Iron Curtain

With her new show, photographer and video artist Bonnie Donohue documents the European Green Belt.

How artist Janice Lourie, 90, became a trailblazing computer scientist at IBM

An exhibition at Tufts weaves her creative work with her legacy in software development.

Colorful stories about Harvard’s vast pigment collection

Harvard University Art Museums has a new online audio tour of its Forbes Pigment Collection.

Pictures of success for public figures and former gang members

In the Seaport, dozens of portraits tell a singular story about our shared humanity.

Indoor galleries reopen Thursday at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

Kicking things off are a pair of exhibitions: “Visionary New England” and “Transcendental Modernism.”

‘Tasteful Boston’ paintings are like pick-me-ups for the food scene

The Downtown Boston Business Improvement District enlisted artists to cover utility boxes with tributes to local culinary culture.