Not only is TAPFS considered the best Pink Floyd tribute band, but it is argued that they are the best cover band in the world.
Pop Music Review: Portugal. The Man Inspires Its Own Nationalism
Portugal. The Man is nothing if not a paradox — the band is nostalgically avant-garde.
Classical Music Review: The Bewitching Lyricism of Countertenor Andreas Scholl
As one of the most highly esteemed countertenors in the opera world today, Andreas Scholl did not disappoint, but radiated confidence and sincerity in his interpretations of some of Purcell’s most beautiful music.
Music Review: Regina Carter — A Genius Comes to Rockport
With Reverse Thread, Regina Carter moves beyond conventional boundaries, her music a rich blend of jazz and world music—a cross-cultural exploration of modern and traditional music that expands the boundaries of both genres. Regina Carter. At the Shalin Liu Performance Center, September 24. Her album is Reverse Thread (E1 Entertainment). Carter will be performing in […]
Film Round-up: Halloween Scarefests on the Silver Screen
In the coming week there will be screenings of a variety of horror films from over the decades — you choose how you want your spine tingled. And don’t forget to dress up
Poetry Review: A Playful Walk along “The Illustrated Edge”
In locales as varied as Israel, Kenya, Massachusetts, and the country of the brain, and in rough groupings of poems about small daily epiphanies, relationships, loss and death, and the sad affairs of the world, the poems in “The Illustrated Edge” explore the meandering paths of all sorts and mixtures of feelings.
Movie Review: “The Ides of March” — Even with George Clooney, It’s Politics as Usual
“The Ides of March” tells the same old political story: we know how tedious the campaign season is, we know that deals are made behind doors and that all that really matter are the numbers.
Coming Attractions in Film: October 2011
New England theaters, and especially Boston’s, have compiled a fantastic lineup of programs for October, a classically-great month for films (especially if horror is your thing).
Music Review: Who Loves You, Baby? Wilco Loves You … A Whole Lot
Honestly, the first thought I had when the two-hour Wilco show wrapped up was, when will I see this band again?
Fuse Theater Review: South Pacific Endures
“South Pacific” endures in this production (and will in others) because it centers on two love stories that are “lovely beyond description.