From fashionistas to legal scholars, these tastemakers reveal how they set the city’s trends.
Here are ways to get out of your home and not be bored in the city this weekend.
The 27-year-old spoke about the complexity of landscape paintings, her love of art history, and demistifying the studio process.
He was arrested during a targeted immigration operation early on Feb. 3. ICE officials said at the time that the British citizen had overstayed his visa and had a felony conviction.
Salem shop proprietor’s new book, “Hausmagick,” offers tips for turning your home into a spiritual sanctuary.
Why do some celebrities look younger than they did 10 years ago?
Last chance to catch Ben & Aja Blanc’s show at Salon.
The show’s creator and star screened the season premier at the Somerville Theatre.
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Shi-Yeon Sung led the orchestra in works by Dvorak and both Mendelssohn siblings.
Year after year, CES arrives to ring in the new year with a week-long showcase of vanguard technologies ready for the marketplace. But the heat it used to have has cooled.
Maeda spoke to the Globe about how he incorporates his emotions, identity, and experience into his art.
“Coded.” includes work by eight artists.
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Jon Miksis, 25, started his travel Instagram over a year ago, but it wasn’t until a couple of months back that he decided to pursue a career as a travel blogger.
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Margarethe von Trotta’s documentary celebrates the director in his centennial year.
Holiday glass sale offers kaleidoscopic creations.
Advice from Amy Dickinson.
Patrick Downes and Jessica Kensky, Boston Marathon bombing survivors, read from their kids’ book, “Rescue and Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship.”
Local couple designs line of organic baby clothes that babies can wear for a while.
The restaurant with a robotic kitchen launched in May.
5G, the next step in wireless, is a doozy
While Greg DuBois, 36, started out painting in Arizona, since moving to Boston he has rediscovered photography and found a true passion, focusing on landscapes with long exposure.
The cabaret-style showcase of new operas made for a charming, convivial atmosphere.
Adorn your walls with art in the name of AIDS activism.
The Tufts University Art Galleries takes a look at outsider art.
Use of space heaters is common, but they account for “vast amounts of civilian deaths and injuries,” according to Boston Fire Marshal Jack Dempsey.
Berklee School of Music’s star-studded 24th Encore Gala took place on Saturday at the Boston Marriott Copley Place.
The photo-shoot fete raised money for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
The newly-minted author spoke with the Globe on his new book, “An Absolutely Remarkable Thing.”
Bidding is easy, as is consigning your own pieces.
Say one thing for the 2018 Emmy Awards: Celebrities tried to break out of the boring fashion rut that has so dominated the red carpet for the past couple of seasons.
The Newton-based artist creates paintings inspired by contemporary science and philosophy.
The event, a benefit for Boston Medical Center, was hosted by running back James White.
Tanglewood’s summer-long tribute to Leonard Bernstein culminated on Saturday night in a gala festival concert led by Andris Nelsons, Michael Tilson Thomas, and many others.
He and his mother and have talked on the phone and she has brought up Thanksgiving and the prospect of meeting his girlfriend, saying, “I hope you’re not making a mistake with her.”
The world of 3-D printing promises far more than more guns.
Here are some tips from experts about how to stop smoking for good — and some places that can help you succeed.
This hot-weather medley is a game changer to the eyes and palate.
This salad is a stunner at swanky patio dinner parties, but also casual enough to take on a beach picnic.
John Legend, Janet Jackson, The Weeknd and Shawn Mendes are among the artists slated to appear at the 2018 Global Citizen Festival.
Is my memory of summer — days that ramble and roll with no particular end in sight — a revisionist lie, a trick of my aging and nostalgia-craving brain?
Vino Veritas, a monthly wine class, touches on various themes in the drinking world and introduces visitors to surprising vintages.
Minni, a creative space opened this past May, offers programs that teach kids ages 18 months to 10 years more than scissor skills and finger painting techniques.
Gelbard offered her take on the creative process, works in progress, and the art of the Instagram selfie.