Celebrate not-Valentine's-Day by seeing some Shakespeare, partying for puppies, or just learning to stuff foods into other foods and then stuffing those foods into your face.
In selecting events for this weekend, we paid special attention to Sunday, so you’re not just sitting on your couch thinking, “Hey, it’s Sunday. This is a TV. On Sundays, the TV shows me football. Is the TV broken? Are there going to be nachos? Why am I so alone?” More
Go ahead, accuse me of #clickbait. But c'mon, everyone loves dogs, myself included. And as a longtime owner of an extremely grumpy miniature schnauzer, who died a little over a year ago, I have a particular soft spot for dogs that look like little old men. So excuse me for giving some love to Connecticut native Tom Cohen, the executive producer of "Cash Cab" (everyone loves that show, right?) who released a book last year, appropriately called "Dogs with Old Man Faces: Portraits of Crotchety Canines." More
"50 Shades of Grey," am I right, ladies? How crazy was that book? Now is your chance to see it be played out onstage in all of its musical glory. That's not the only thing to get your motor running this weekend. If you think that's hot, wait until you check out the Arisia Science Fiction convention.
Beyoncé has been criticized lately for her ideas on feminism, both positively and negatively. She quotes Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TED talk about feminism in the track “Flawless” off her new self-titled album. In her latest endeavor on her journey to becoming the face of another feminist wave, Beyoncé has written an essay entitled “Gender Equality Is a Myth!” for Maria Shriver’s new ebook "The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back from the Brink," which can be downloaded for free on Amazon. Her essay is short and to the point. More
Boston has inspired hundreds of short stories, Hollywood films, and historical novels, but some depictions of the city ring more true to locals than others. Immersing ourselves in a fictional Boston, as imagined by an author, can change the way we look at our city. More