“I just tried to take interesting photos to entertain my stoned hippie friends,” photographer Henry Diltz said of his career during his Oct. 7 talk with photographer Mick Rock.
The discussion began with a talk on public art that has been used to highlight historical injustices, which set the tone for a panel about both racism and its prevention.
On Oct. 10 at the new WBUR Cityspace, the independent podcast collective Multitude put on a live show featuring segments from the production company’s original podcasts.
Families, students, and aspiring musicians gathered for a behind-the-scenes look into the recording of the 376th episode of NPR’s weekly podcast series “From the Top.”
Emmy Award-winning actor and creator of the television show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” Rachel L. Bloom performed with the Immediate Gratification Players Friday night in their 2019 Player of the Year show.
Nibble Kitchen, a new restaurant in Somerville featuring a rotating international menu, focuses on supporting immigrant communities and promoting social justice at a local level.
On Oct. 3, at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, three artists gathered to speak to a group of a hundred attendees about the importance and preservation of artistic integrity.
Red Bull’s Beantown Uprising celebrated the city’s influence in the hip-hop industry with a line-up of Boston's most beloved hometown artists.
An hour before “Digital Anxieties: a Conversation with Bo Burnham and Jonny Sun,” a line had already formed down the hallways at MIT.
Next year, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is celebrating its 150th birthday — complete with community initiatives that may help the museum move into the 21st century.
Last week, a bright yellow shipping container set up shop alongside Harvard's food trucks. But instead of holding cargo, the structure brought classical music to the Science Center Plaza.
‘The Good Place’ Comes to Boston: Creator Michael H. Schur '97 and Actor William Jackson Harper Talk Representation in Comedy
The Crimson sat down with "The Good Place" creator Michael H. Schur and actor William Jackson Harper for a conversation on representation, philosophy, and controversial comedy.