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The Internet is not the real world. In a real job, a person does something useful. Giving away pictures of
Last November, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) unveiled the newest addition to its collection: a marble statue of the
When French director Michel Gondry arrived at MIT to screen his latest film, “Be Kind Rewind,” the very first thing
Taking an old classic and making it into something fresh always has a risk of disaster. There’s a chance that
The Institute of Contemporary Art’s (ICA) latest exhibition, “The World as a Stage,” opens with a most fitting visual prologue.
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“I suppose out of all the characters I interviewed,” journalist Tom Brokaw told a packed audience at First Parish Church
Noted poetry critic and English professor Helen Vendler presented her latest book, “A Secret Discipline: Yeats and Lyric Form,” last
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“Let us tour the History of the World together, with Rob Thomas as our guide!” this video seems to scream.
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A conservative member of the European parliament said yesterday that Europe and the United States must work together in order
“Anything can be art and anyone can do it,” claims George Maciunas, the founder of the Fluxus movement. The 1960s