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Is this the year that movies die? Hardly

Even with many major releases postponed because of the pandemic, enticing titles are arriving this fall on screens large and small.

Visual Arts

How New York’s downtown scene set the stage for Jean-Michel Basquiat

Writer and curator Greg Tate reflects on that porous moment in music and art history.


11 TV shows to check out before the end of the year

New series include another HBO rich-people crime drama, a Stephen King pandemic nightmare, and a star-studded adaptation of “Between the World and Me."


17 reasons for pop music fans to celebrate the fall

There’s plenty to please music fans through the end of 2020, from new album releases, reissues, livestreamed shows, books, and documentaries.


Igor Golyak’s bold innovations in virtual theater open doors for Arlekin

The tiny Needham troupe has managed to reach a wider audience — including Mikhail Baryshnikov and Jessica Hecht — during shutdown.


10 reasons to keep falling for classical music

Online programming means a world of possibilities for Boston concertgoers.


9 dance performances to revive your spirits

The season's dance highlights include a few more outdoor shows, livestreaming from studios, and a televised Nutcracker.

Visual Arts

New England’s top 10 museum stops for fall

Season highlights include Claude Monet, Winslow Homer, and a tribute to fashion's revolutionary women.