Assistant Arts Editor
Hans Schulz joined the Globe’s arts department in 2013 from the Concord (NH) Monitor, where he was city editor. He also worked at the Providence Journal and Fitchburg Sentinel. He is a graduate of UMass-Amherst.
By Ryan Burleson , Globe Correspondent
“It’s more like we made a record instead of going fishing,” says band member Trey Many.
By Sally Jacobs , Globe Correspondent
Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni grew up in Cambridge. Now she is part of the city’s celebration of a 1967 US Supreme Court ruling that overturned laws forbidding interracial marriage.
By Stephanie Merry , Washington Post
The truth is usually a lot more boring — but that won’t sell tickets.
By Pablo Gorondi , Associated Press
“Heartworms,” the band’s first album in five years, puts them back on familiar turf — and that’s a good thing.