Bostonian Society Executive Director Nat Sheidley wants to turn a seat of colonial power into a beacon of civic empowerment.
Writer/illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi brings his childhood obsessions full circle in an exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum.
Jewelry maker Padini Nirmal mixes an interest in indigenous people’s land rights and crafting to create one-of-a-kind jewelry.
Massachusetts photographer Roberta Delilo takes a closer look at body parts as art. First hands, now hair—all with her iPhone.
Once as lost to the past as lawn darts, the bizarre bathtime product Crazy Foam lives again thanks to a Boston entrepreneur.
Berkshires photographer Jesse Freidin captures the stories of humans and their dogs in stunning, award-winning photographs.
Musician Philip B. Price—of Winterpills and more fame—releases 12 albums of solo music never before heard.
Mtali Shaka Banda releases a debut album that is a varied exploration of aging, joy and frustration as a young black man.
Machakos Kyalo makes musical collaboration happen between Massachusetts and Kenya through his ONE TRyBE COMPANy in Amherst.
Waltham artist Ross Normandin discusses amusing and unsettling elements of his new exhibition at GRIN Gallery in Providence.