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.
The newly rehoused North Bennet Street School now brings together all of its educational and administrative programs into a single facility with expansive floor space and natural lighting.
People complain about how no one takes literature seriously these days. Tell that to the millions of people who are participating in Bloomsday celebrations worldwide today.
Perhaps because real life is so painful, so tragic, we cannot bear to see evil in full flight. Evil must be relative, it must fly on wings of rationale, on a broomstick of retribution.
One of the most remarkable features of Cosmos — and possibly its greatest public service — has been its matter-of-fact, understated championing of the scientific method.
The creator of the series, Mike Judge, and his team have gone to great lengths to sweat the details of the corporate landscape of San Jose and its environs. Right from the start Silicon Valley rang true.
Rebecca Newberger Goldstein’s erudition, coupled to her literary skill, makes Plato at the Googleplex inviting and readable without sacrificing complexity.
Three Boston-based arts colleges have completed major structures. Each has taken a different aesthetic path to assert its very own institutional signature.
Mostly, I’m looking for that most elusive and hard-to-define quality — authenticity.
I hope thousands of people show up to see Le Grand Continental-Boston next weekend. Not to see me, but to see how dance can change the way we appreciate our world.