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Chris Cooper pays a visit to the Huntington Theatre, sees play he got a Tony nomination for
Actor Chris Cooper was in Boston Thursday night to catch a performance of “A Doll’s House, Part 2.’’
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MFA hiring outside counsel to investigate racist incidents during school visit
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The National Baseball Hall of Fame is hosting a Red Sox Weekend July 6-7.
A 'Downton Abbey' exhibition is coming to Boston
"This is a way you can touch and feel the show."
Interactive drip art and handcrafted ice cream will pop up at the ICA this summer
Catch Dan Lam's otherworldly installations while sampling Steve's Ice Cream.
What you'll find on the 38 stops along the Massachusetts Whale Trail
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After MFA incidents, 'dismayed and disheartened' city councilor calls for inclusion hearing
"Too many of these institutions’ visitors of color are often viewed with suspicion, treated with contempt, or even taunted with racial slurs," Councilor Kim Janey said.
This Boston couple just donated $15 million to ‘help create the next Ken Burns’
“I’d like to see there be not another Ken Burns but maybe 10 other Ken Burnses."
Tony winner Alice Ripley to star in ‘Sunset Boulevard’ at North Shore Music Theatre
Ripley will make a return to “Sunset Boulevard’’ 25 years after appearing in the show’s original Broadway cast.
MFA shares update after racist incidents reported during school visit
“We understand that our work is far from done and that we have a long way to go.”
‘Hamilton’ tickets to go on sale in Providence June 8
Missed your shot at the Boston production? Looks like you’ll have another chance to be in the room where it happens, and soon.
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After racism uproar, MFA bans two visitors, pledges to change protocols
The Museum of Fine Arts said Friday it was banning two visitors who made racist comments to Dorchester middle school students last week from its grounds, while pledging to change its protocols for...
These 6 free concerts will grace the Esplanade this summer
The concerts will be held July 17 to August 21.
Live updates from Boston Calling 2019
Check out what people are saying and sharing from the musical festival throughout the weekend.
Producers cancel the worldwide premiere of 'Magic Mike the Musical' in Boston
They "don’t feel the musical is ready for production," according to a press release.
A school says students were subjected to racist remarks and profiling at the MFA. Read the museum’s apology.
“Last week, a number of students on an organized visit encountered a range of challenging and unacceptable experiences that made them feel unwelcome.”
‘Jagged Little Pill’ announces original Broadway cast
Inspired by Alanis Morissette’s hit album of the same name, “Jagged Little Pill’’ is directed by Tony Award winner Diane Paulus.
Everything you need to know for Boston Calling 2019
How to avoid long lines, what you can't bring through security, and more.
Boston Calling is in Allston this month. In Dorchester, there's Boston Answering.