The Arts Fuse welcomes a new character to its extended universe. Deanna Marie Costa, an editor and critic at the magazine.
An organization dedicated to making Boston a vibrant, contemporary art city.
The publication, its editor, and its over 60 writers believe that the health of arts criticism and the arts community are inextricably intertwined.
Two stories about how a public process, because of politics, can make it very difficult, and costly, to connect two points.
Bishop Harold Branch’s decades of supporting the gospel scene have not been ignored..
“There comes a decision-making process where some of the jokes, I’m like, I’m glad I never have to tell that one again.”
Madonna’s show made for spectacular eye and ear candy. But what was it all about? That’s where things got a little hazy.
Rarely is an actor so completely miscast in such a pivotal role.
When they watch Black Mass what are Bostonians seeing? A strange blend of reality and mythology.
In recent years several serious artists, Amanda Parer among them, have created giant inflatable pieces with the aim of making cultural/political statements.