The Hotelier’s Goodness
We don’t want to tell them how to do their jobs, but the Worcester-bred outfit might be underselling the product with the title of their third studio album...
Elisa H. Hamilton
Hamilton’s art brings people together. This MassArt alum has transformed parks and sidewalks into dance floors for her Dance Spot series...
Art With Heart
This Eastie nonprofit is housed in a former firehouse, but it’s all about stoking kids’ creative fires...
Third Thursdays at the Gardner Museum
Isabella Stewart Gardner was a legendary hostess who unveiled her prized palace at a 1903 blowout brimming with Champagne, doughnuts and boldfaced names...
The Lowell-bred electro-rockers of Pvris have been steadily building buzz since releasing their 2014 debut, White Noise, and fans eagerly awaited word of their follow-up...
The MIT List Visual Arts Center
MIT’s rep for math and science precedes itself, but its contemporary art museum is world-class too...
Call it classical gone casual. This 3-year-old orchestra performs on the same level as the audience...
If organizers were stressed when Boston Calling’s Film Festival was scrapped two months before the event, they didn’t show it...
Boston Comedy Chicks
Boston Comedy Chicks hold their shows and workshops at Doyle’s Cafe in JP, so you know they’re no divas...
Dance Date Night
José Mateo Ballet Theatre
This isn’t your average night at the ballet, where you’re unlikely to see your date’s face until intermission...
Dance Party Starter
Break the Chains
As far as we’re concerned, any place we’re dancing should be an accepting, inclusive space (we don’t want to be judged for our flailing limbs when the DJ plays our jam)...
Multihyphenate talent Melinda Lopez is an accomplished actress and playwright, and she occupied both roles this fall with Mala...
More than 23,000 night owls flocked to the Museum of Fine Arts this fall for four free, all-night parties thrown as part of a seasonlong celebration of contemporary art...
Writing is often thought of as a solitary, even lonely pursuit, but local scribes find practical support and community at this nonprofit creative writing center...
Little Studio That Could
This Somerville-born multimedia studio has been twice displaced—first to make room for the Green Line’s as-yet-unrealized extension through the ’hood...
Michael Christmas’ “Not the Only One”
Michael Christmas has earned a rep in the Boston rap game for a genial, laid-back style marked by sly humor and winking self-deprecation...
Somerville’s Rhodes possesses the kind of voice that transcends time and place, reminiscent of smooth ’60s soul crooners with a dash of the ragged howl...
The Society of Arts and Crafts
In time for its 120th birthday, America’s oldest arts-and-crafts nonprofit got a shiny new home in the Seaport with three times the space of its former footprint...
Listeners hit play on Lore nearly 6 million times each month. Those are impressive numbers for a little indie horror podcast born in Danvers...
The Lizard Lounge Poetry Jam and Slam
We highly recommend scuttling into the Lizard Lounge for this Sunday night tradition, still going strong after 20 years...
Company One Theatre
A company that consistently punches above its weight, Company One Theatre lived up to the name of its latest season, “Break Every Boundary”...
Old School Game Show
If you haven’t yet “come on down!” to check out Old School Game Show, what are you waiting for?...
Boston Public Library
Thanks to the final phase of renovations unveiled last summer, the Johnson building’s forbidding Brutalist facade is now as inviting as an open book...
"Little House on Green Street"
When City Realty Group purchased a dilapidated, uninhabited house at 197 Green Street in Jamaica Plain with as-yet-undetermined plans for its use...