The first mainstage concert of the Boston Early Music Festival was also the North American debut of Mozart’s own violin and viola.
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A Youth Summit in Newton heard from a Canadian high school basketball champion who shared his experience of contemplating suicide.
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MERIDA, Mexico — Here in the heart of the Yucatan region relics of the ancient Maya civilization are everywhere. They can even turn up in the walls of your hotel bedroom.
An old sisal plantation dating from the 18th century, Hacienda Xanatun is today an 18-suite boutique hotel just a few miles from the center of Merida, capital of the state of Yucatan. Abandoned for many years after a hurricane took the roof off the main house, it was in ruins when proprietor Tina Baker and her husband, Jorge Ruz Buenfil, acquired the property.
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Parts of the movie are ridiculous, but the parts that work almost sweep you away in the flood.
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Melinda Lopez’s ancestral homeland was the inspiration for her play, which is receiving its New England premiere in a Huntington Theatre Company production.
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Lyric Stage Company of Boston is presenting Victoria Stewart’s funny and heartbreaking tale of financial and emotional savings and withholding.
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This weekend a group of Fire This Time Festival veterans brings a sampler to Hibernian Hall in Roxbury.
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The book is a deep dive into the economic history of the town of Boylston in the three decades leading up to the Civil War.
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Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Op de Beeck, who both have works on display this spring, give their images added power with music.
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The newest work by Bernard Rands, “Concerto for Piano and Orchestra,” was commissioned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra and composed for Jonathan Biss.
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Back before Kathleen Madigan was packing clubs and theaters as a stand-up comedian, she was making people laugh behind a bar in St. Louis.
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This dark comedy about a disastrous 30th anniversary week-end offers funny and affecting performances by Lindsay Duncan and Jim Broadbent.
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The Oscar nominee, a tale of a misfit bear and an artistic mouse finding companionship and love, is a Gallic delight.
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The new Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle is stupid, sadistic, misogynistic, confusing, and more than a little ridiculous.
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The portrait of the charismatic leader of the United Farm Workers checks off some of his accomplishments but captures none of the passion.
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The two singers — who are coming to the Berklee Performance Center — accompany one another as they perform songs from both of their catalogues as a duo.
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Mike Gordon’s new solo album, “Overstep,” proves the Sudbury native is just as comfortable taking center stage.
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“Book of Rhapsodies” represents Brian Carpenter’s “re-imagining” of music by Alec Wilder, Raymond Scott, Reginald Foresythe, and the John Kirby Sextet — none of them household names.
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