Upcoming concerts, shows, performances in theater, music, dance, art, and television.
The country stars will visit the home of the Patriots in August.
“Something was taking root in the streets of Boston,” he said on the History Channel’s “American Pickers.”
The offer is in effect for the remaining two weeks of the show’s run at the Huntington Avenue Theatre.
Is hot yoga TB12-approved?
Warner Bros. chief Kevin Tsujihara is one of the highest ranking executives to be felled by sexual misconduct allegations.
MATTHEW GILBERT | YOUR TV GPS
Globe critic Matthew Gilbert’s guide to the week in TV.
The comedian tackled the good and the bad of Internet pile-ons with help from one of the most famous targets of negative public attention.
Mr. Dale was born in Boston. His pounding, blaringly loud power-chord instrumentals earned him the title King of the Surf Guitar.
“Captain Marvel” has continued to dominate the global box office in its second weekend in theaters, leaving newcomers in the dust.
A week after Gerstein premiered Adès’s new piano concerto, the two played a duo-piano recital.
His “UNTITLED_I will be there when you die” deploys four jugglers in a perpetual-motion meditation where time never stops; neither do the performers.
The Sudbury native has partnered with Boston-area organization Christopher’s Haven, which provides temporary housing for families of children receiving cancer treatment at local hospitals.
Why did nobody prepare me for the heartbreak of my son finishing the books?
The latest racist massacre makes one thing clear: The Internet, this thing we all built together, has gotten away from us.
Mr. Merwin evolved through a wide range of styles as he celebrated nature, condemned war and industrialism, and reached for the elusive past.
It’s a Thing
A review of the week online.
It comes as a somber synchronicity that the composer, pianist, and conductor died two weeks ago at the age of 89; one couldn’t have planned a more suitable memorial.
Gunn had been fired months ago over old tweets.
After more than 30 years of speculation, Stephen King and Peter Straub’s novel, “The Talisman,” is finally hitting the big screen.
J.B. Priestley’s 1945 drama as revived by director Stephen Daldry offers a biting criticism of capitalist hypocrisy and class divisions, disguised at first as an Edwardian mystery.
TV Critic’s Corner
Douglas’s “Romancing the Stone,” “The Jewel of the Nile,” and “The War of the Roses” costar joins the Golden Globe-winning comedy series to play his character’s ex-wife.
Your Week Ahead
Huma Bhabha: They Live sculptural exhibit at the ICA, a bike travel film festival in Arlington, Maker Supply Market, and more.
Horford got in the holiday spirit Wednesday afternoon with Boston Fire Department’s Ladder 19 in South Boston.
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
More than 3,000 works won Massachusetts Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
This week’s picks from Globe critics.
Marvel dropped the new trailer for “Avengers: Endgame” Thursday morning, and there’s a lot to process.
The “Empire” actor is accused of lying to the police about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in downtown Chicago a few weeks ago.
@ Large | Michael Andor Brodeur
When Facebook just goes kaput it becomes quickly clear (and quite concerning) just how hard-wired we are to it.
The film, more than two hours of dialogue-free loose narrative, is a sparse paean to the Sawtooth mountain range, the big nature of the artist’s youth.
“It was the best night of my life by far.”
A Wayfair illustrator, Julia Emiliani combines design with more traditional artistic elements to make her work pop.
With so extensive a filmography, there comes a lot of variety.
In light of the college admissions scam and so many other recent scandals, it’s time to remember what we already know.
The Cambridge native also talked about his new movie “Triple Frontier,” his back tattoo, and why he’s been wearing a Dodgers hat.
The company initially took a wait-and-see approach after a federal investigation of the scam involving more than 30 parents was revealed.
The Filipino-American playwright and actress will return to Oberon to perform the first and second pieces of her planned “Dragon Cycle” trilogy.
The cartoonist’s classic character was inspired by a man named Schlitzie Surtees.
Impressive for his technical brilliance as well as his expressivity and deep musicality, the 24-year-old Dunn is a star on the rise.
Things to do
The Globe’s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.
TV Critic’s Corner
The last six episodes include three that are an hour or less.
The Phish bass player and sometime solo artist says shifting between those roles has made him better at each.
This season of “The Bachelor” may have begun with 30 women competing for Colton Underwood’s heart, but the season was turned upside down near its end.
scene here | local films, festivals, and faces
A look at local film events.
The event will toast the 10th anniversary season of artistic director Diane Paulus and honor Harvard President Emerita Drew Gilpin Faust.
The festival runs March 22-24 at the Studio Cinema, in Belmont.
doc talk | peter keough
New documentaries look at Ratko Mladic, Elizabeth Holmes, and Ilhan Omar.