Here’s a modest proposal. Let’s invent a Boston arts tasting menu.
It’s important for there to be funds, curators, institutions, and audiences for art that can speak truth to power in unconstrained ways.
The Lawn on D is a breath of fresh cultural air in Boston.
On the surface, this is a deal that lets both sides go forward having saved face, though a closer look at things suggests that the musicians came out ahead.
The establishment of Design Museum Boston is long overdue.
Fighting for the intellectual integrity and independence of arts reviews means demanding more analysis and less sales talk.
Monday’s news of the death of Robin Williams has hit hard. His brand of irresistible joie de vivre has been indispensable for decades.
For those who got to know the Discovery Ensemble over its truncated life, this was a vital ensemble, one that regularly embodied all that’s good about classical music.
Precision and obvious competence were only part of the story. What made this concert from The Young Artists Orchestra so special was the joy conveyed by these fledgling musicians.
The mega-popular video game Angry Birds is nothing if not hypocritical. A story of political and moral resistance is packaged to fill corporate coffers.