Upcoming concerts, shows, performances in theater, music, dance, art, and television.
The Nantucket Film Festival announced the feature film lineup for the 24th annual event on Tuesday.
Odyssey Opera and Gil Rose gave full, forceful rein to Richard Strauss’s “Die Ägyptische Helena” at Jordan Hall.
Attendees will be able to roam the Crawleys’ lavish dining room, Mrs. Patmore’s bustling kitchen, and Carson’s office.
Her new book is “The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World’’
The weird journey of “feeling cute, might delete later.”
“I’ve always tried to serve as sort of a cultural ambassador wherever I’ve been,” Nissinen said.
“I haven’t been onstage in, like, two years,” Bieber told the crowd.
The series, which chronicles the story of five teenagers of color, dubbed the “Central Park Five,” features Felicity Huffman, who recently pleaded guilty in the college admissions scandal.
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Yale-educated Anu Bhagwati’s memoir of her time in the Marines is “Unbecoming: A Memoir of Disobedience.”
The WNBA is nearly doubling its national TV exposure with a multiyear deal with CBS Sports.
The announcement comes less than a week after her co-anchor, Hoda Kotb, announced she had adopted her second child.
The memoir Prince was working on at the time of his death is coming out Oct. 29.
Both sides in Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault case want the media and the public barred from the disgraced movie mogul’s next court appearance.
The longtime editor and former publisher of Waterbury’s Republican-American newspaper has died, the newspaper’s managing editor Anne Karolyi said Sunday.
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Globe critic Matthew Gilbert’s guide to what’s on television this week.
The Warner Bros. horror film based on a Mexican legend brought in $26.5 million according to studio estimates.
The ‘‘Boyz N the Hood’’ director is in intensive care, according to his family.
TV Critic’s Corner
Lilley’s creations are unbound by gender, race, ability, or any of the usual criteria that serve to align actors with those they portray.
It’s a Thing
A gathering of things from the Internet.
Worldwide paranormal investigator and author Lorraine Warren’s decades of ghost-hunting cases with her late husband inspired such frightening films as “The Conjuring” series and “The Amityville Horror.”
TV Critic’s Corner
Ryan O’Connell, a millennial gay man with cerebral palsy, is creator and star of the new Netflix series.
“All of these artists, performers, dancers and DJs reflect this year’s theme,” Boston Pride concert chair Henry Paquin said.
Thursday’s program at Symphony Hall was an evening of firsts.
“Passover is a special holiday for the Jewish people,” Edelman wrote. “It’s a holiday that celebrates liberty and the pursuit of a better life. That’s a very American sentiment.”
Cocktail extravaganza Thirst Boston takes place April 26-28, with seminars, parties, and, yes, plenty of imbibing at venues throughout the city.
“The strength of their marriage has always been an inspiration and the best example to me and my sisters,” the quarterback wrote on Instagram.
Your Week Ahead
A sheepshearing festival, a Caspian Sea photography exhibit, a Cinco de Mayo preview, and more events from around the region.
Capsule reviews of “Katrina: After the Flood,’’ “The Johnstown Flood,’’ “Rising Tide,’’ “Isaac’s Storm’’
“Normal People’’ spans four years of the young adult lives of Marianne and Connell.
This week’s picks from Globe critics.
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Events on the North Shore and the Cape will celebrate an old classic and new stars.
Jeff Kinney’s newest book is “Diary of an Awesome and Friendly Kid.”
A weekly calendar of literary events.
Henry Louis Gates Jr. chronicles the nation’s long history of racial fear and white resentment
Photography as vocation and avocation came together in a new and unexpected way when he signed a lease for the small storefront between Porter and Davis squares.
The Broadway production of Paula Vogel’s play, helmed by Tony-winning director Rebecca Taichman, is being remounted by the Huntington.
The exhibition ranges far and wide across the region.
The Broadway and film star will be this year’s guest of honor at the Tennessee Williams Theater Festival’s Performance Gala
Doc Talk | Peter Keough
A preview of the Independent Film Festival and the documentary “Meteors.”
Things to Do
The Globe’s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.
The poems tackle topics including climate change, spring, and an encounter with a nightingale.
Rebirth is a matter life and death in the DC and Marvel universe.
On his latest album, “Absolute Zero,” the singer/songwriter draws inspiration from the unconventional.
An interview with Penny Lane, director of the new documentary.
Maybe, maybe not: With “Avengers Endgame” we’re about to find out.
The club in Somerville affectionately refers to its weekly open mic as “Comedy Hell,” where dozens of comics — a mix of amateurs and pros — get three minutes each to make an impression.