Michael Douglas hits the right notes as Liberace (Globe, 5/24/2013 12:58 PM)
In praise of the less-popular pleasures of the big screen (Globe, 5/18/2013 6:00 PM)
Having children, or deciding not to, is fodder for female comedians' work (Globe, 5/11/2013 7:10 PM)
Getting with the (Asian) Ttimes (Globe, 5/04/2013 7:10 PM)
The Breeders dive back into 'Last Splash' (Globe, 5/02/2013 6:00 PM)
Bands like .fun, Of Monsters and Men, The Shins, and more will play Boston's first ever multiday, multistage, ticketed rock festival this weekend. RadioBDC will be there to cover the action.
Jason Aldean always wanted to play Fenway. He just never thought he'd be doing it as a country star. Learn more.
Take 2 movie review podcast
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Video: We Like to Watch: 'Behind the Candelabra' In Globe critic Matthew Gilbert's review of the new HBO Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra," he praises star Michael Douglas for nailing the tough role. "As Liberace, Michael Douglas brings an enormous amount of commitment, dignity, and dimension to “Behind......
Pews and brews: Centre Street Sanctuary to open in Jamaica Plain
Well, churches are beautiful. Now, instead of going to them for those traditional reasons, why not go there to... drink? (And eat 12 ounce Grass fed New York strip steak?)
Fall Out Boy will play the House of Blues on Sunday, May 26 at 7 p.m.
Who was there?
Capturing the faces and places that make up Boston's vibrant nightlife scene.
Sox wives at Alex and Ani for the Jimmy Fund
The better halves of Red Sox ballplayers Jacoby Ellsbury, Dustin Pedroia, and Andrew Bailey pitched in to host Charmed by Charity, a benefit ...
Radio 92.9 celebrates 20 years of EarthFest concerts Boston-based station Radio 92.9 is hosting the 20th annual EarthFest concert at the Esplanade's Hatch Shell this weekend, and this year's event will feature performances by Vertical Horizon and Fastball. Remember this Veritcal Horizon hit? The concert, which starts on......
Morgan Freeman falls asleep on live TV It looks like actor Morgan Freeman, 75, needs to...
‘Book of Mormon’ coming back to Boston
The Book of Mormon’s run was so successful in Boston it’s coming back, according to a release.
Back from Sicily with Globe subscribers (up 5 lb I think)
This is one course of an exquisite lunch at Hauner Winery, on the Aeolian island of Salina off the Northern coast of Sicily. We had just...
6 Questions with Portugal. The Man
I sat down with John Gourley, lead singer and guitarist of Portugal. The Man, after their Live in the Lab performance in the Boston Globe......
Critics discuss 'The Hangover Part III' Globe critic Ty Burr didn't complete despise the final chapter of "The Hangover" trilogy. In his 1 1/2 star review, Burr writes, "It's not terrible. It's just bad." Watch Burr and film editor Janice Page discuss "The Hangover Part III"......
Memorial Day weekend events around Boston Yay, three day weekend! Unfortunately, the weather may not be...
Take 2: 'The Hangover Part III'
This weekend, two big budget movies entered the box office race: "The Hangover Part III" and "Fast and Furious 6." See those and other coming attractions.
Bands like fun., Of Monsters and Men, The Shins, and more are playing Boston's first multi-day, multi-stage, ticketed rock festival held on City Hall Plaza. Check out the action.
When Kellie Pickler won "Dancing With the Stars" on May 21, we couldn't tell if she was shouting "Oh, my God" or "Oh, my gaw." How many other catchphrases have developed from reality TV shows?
Katrina-damaged La. theater goes for 1927 glory (AP, 5/25/2013 10:52 AM)
Don McLean to perform with Portland symphony (AP, 5/25/2013 8:31 AM)
Journalist and author Haynes Johnson dies at 81 (AP, 5/25/2013 3:28 AM)
Journalist and author Haynes Johnson dies at 81 (AP, 5/25/2013 1:45 AM)
Journalist and author Haynes Johnson dies at 81 (AP, 5/24/2013 11:00 PM)
Cheap Eats | Westborough
Kuo-Rung Tang is happy that customers like the sleek new bar (named 157 Bin), the revamped main dining area and adjoining wing (called Akamon) featuring Japanese grill fare and sushi.
Dining Out | Fort Point
The restaurant is animated by a spirit of fun. Its energy can lead to good food. But the elements that promise to make a dish interesting are often too sparse.
Weve rounded up a list of Boston-area spots that are offering outdoor eating this season as the weather permits. Take a look and get inspired.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" won last weekend's box office. Want to talk the talk? Check out eight of the most famous lines ever uttered in the franchise's history.
The Cannes Film Festival kicked off May 15 and started with the premiere of Baz Lurhmann's "The Great Gatsby." Take a look at scenes from the event.
"Arrested Development" season 4 premieres Sunday, with all 15 episodes released simultaneously on Netflix. Check out our suggestions for an all-night party.
Douglas, Damon dramatize a steamy show-biz affair
As Liberace, Michael Douglas creates a complicated man who is loving but narcissistic, exceedingly generous but controlling and predatory, painfully insecure but as loud and brassy as a Las Vegas marquee.
Anne Heche as a prophet theres an elevator pitch. Theres nothing funny or fresh about Save Me, which NBC is burning off over the next few weeks.
Needham native Aly Raisman was the first contestant to be eliminated on Tuesday night's finale, ranking fourth place among the remaining dancers.
Another day, another domination for Taylor Swift: She was the red hot winner at the Billboard Music Awards.
The 75-minute Random Access Memories is the French electronic acts longest yet.
Ray Manzarek, a founding member of the 1960s rock group The Doors has died. He was 74.
Justin Biebers pet monkey is now the property of Germany after the pop singer failed to present documentation for her.
Dennis Lehane pulled off a literary upset at the 2013 Edgar Awards, beating Gillian Flynns best-selling Gone Girl, a book that seemingly the entire planet has read.
Mom & Me & Mom broadly revisits some of the painful incidents of Maya Angelou's childhood, but as the title indicates, the focus is on Angelou and her mother.
Stefanie Powers, who costarred with Tallulah Bankhead in the 1965 B-movie Die! Die! My Darling!, is portraying Tallulah, and pretty delectably, too.
Boston Ballet presents 'Chroma'
The Boston Ballet dancers astonish with their master of the choreography, contorting this way and that with remarkable intensity.