Milo Miles tests a long-held theory: that critic comments on why entries made it onto lists have little or nothing to do with whether readers track down and listen to the selected music.
In Fabric is a mesh of black comedy, horror, and art house psychedelia. I found it wildly original.
Trumpeter Jack Sheldon will be missed for much more than his musical output would account for.
The Arts Fuse Mentorship Program invites high school students from diverse backgrounds (in this go around from Somerville High School) to team-up with Arts Fuse critics.
Every organization in the Barr Foundation’s charmed circle — large arts groups and The ARTery — have a financial stake in reinforcing the belief that the Barr’s money is being put to supremely successful use.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
It may sound oxymoronic, but the Bosstones scream, shout, and agitate for common decency.
Our theater critics pick some of the outstanding productions of the year.
Peter Keough has edited a useful, insightful, and delightful new collection of short essays that explore films that appeal to adults who seek childlike glee or awe at the movies.
The Legacy Museum draws on a passionate and visceral mix of architecture, graphics, text, art, music, video and spoken word to prove that — ever since the time of slavery — white views on race have distorted the presumed fairness of our legal system.