“I try not to live in fear, which is the big thing we have to fight right now.”
The Table is serving a nightly prix fixe menu that will win over the palates of the most finicky foodies.
Who was this stunning talent with the roof-raising voice and why in the world isn’t she a star, fans would wonder?
The play is at best a solid double off the Green Monster at Fenway, or more appropriate, a line drive into the ivy at venerable Wrigley Field.
Sean Daniels displays a fearless desire to share his own battle with alcoholism, a disease that nearly destroyed his career and his life.
Creed easily taps into the sensibility and adrenaline of the original Rocky.
Given the precipitous Internet-driven decline of print journalism over the past decade, Spotlight vividly reminds us of the clout of a local newspaper speaking truth to power.
This gem of a play that is guaranteed to make you gasp at its surprising conclusion and leave the theater reveling in its lush language and the outstanding performances.
Joey Alexander is more than a mere prodigy; he is closer to a freak of nature, a fully formed jazz virtuoso.
Matthew Kenney, chef/owner of The Gothic, bills himself as “the world’s leading plant-based chef” — he is on a crusade to remake the future of food.