The top ten best-sellers at Grolier Poetry Bookshop.
The Fall movie season brings grit in "Killing Them Softly" and "The Paperboy" as well as the ethereal stylings of "Cloud Atlas." Plus, RPatz.
NUTL’s “...It’s a LOVE Thang” redeems a rocky start with a solid second act.
This September, the Harvard Square Business Association is sponsoring a month-long celebration of Harvard Square's artistic and cultural heritage called "Revival Month".
A selection of Arts First events not to miss.
The Carpenter Center's Bring Your Own: Voices of the Contemporary hosts a panel discussion about the body as a site of artistic expression.
While “Oleanna” gains a great deal of charisma from the performances of its two leads, Anna A. Hagen ’15, and Ronald N. Lacey, its weakness lies in a sense of stagnation as at times the production seems at times overly long and slow to develop.
Bringing contemporary artists into a traditional museum setting can make the art relevant to otherwise alienated audiences, specifically racial minorities, art curator and professor Ethan W. Lasser said at the Harvard Faculty Club on Tuesday.
Although the singing is sometimes lackluster, the show makes up for this with its actors’ passion and Macleod’s effective direction.
Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard have completed a whole-genome sequencing of the E. coli bacterial strains responsible for the deadly 2011 outbreaks in Germany and France.
A new exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts displays the works of great photographers from over a century ago.
"The Iron Lady" herself shines as Streep gives another masterful career performance, but the rest of the action waffles uncertainly.
Michaelson’s fifth studio album reflects her growth as a musician but does not stray too far from her musical roots.
Many students stake their education on the assumption that creativity can be taught, but the potential of arts education to form talented artists remains open for debate.
Filling the stilettos of such a well-known persona is no easy task, and Williams’s adept portrayal of Monroe reflects her maturity as an actress.