A new exhibit at the Harvard Art Museums reveals the intricate — and often surprising — history of drinking from the ancient world to the present.
Crimson Arts has put together an artsy Saturday alternative to Harvard-Yale.
On Oct. 25, Glenn Lowry, GSAS ’76, director of the New York Museum of Modern Art, came to the Harvard Art Museums to deliver the annual Henri Zerner lecture, entitled “In Between Places: Making Contemporary Art in the Middle East.”
Richard Thomas, George Martin Lane Professor of the Classics at Harvard, is scheduled to release his new book, “Why Bob Dylan Matters,” on November 21.
“‘Masseduction’ is different, it's pretty first person,” wrote Annie Clark, better known by her stage name, St. Vincent, about her fifth album in a press release. “You can't fact-check it, but if you want to know about my life, listen to this record.”
Book signings by Nobel Prize-winning authors tend to be popular events in Cambridge, and this event was no exception. On Sept. 25, Orhan Pamuk, the Nobel Prize-winning Turkish author, visited the First Parish Church in Cambridge for a talk and book-signing session. The talk, hosted by Maria Tatar, the John L. Loeb Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures and of Folklore and Mythology at Harvard University, revolved around Pamuk’s new book, “The Red-Haired Woman.”