|'In One Person' in-person: A visit with author John Irving|
With 'In One Person,' John Irving may have written his most political book yet.
Comedian Thomas Lennon goes from Dangle to 'Balls'
Boston metro 9/3/2007
|Whatchoo talkin' 'bout, Willis?|
Bruce on the 'Die Hard' franchise and his weird-ass family arrangement
Boston metro 6/28/2007
|On with the Showalter|
Michael Showalter is always late to the party, but his comic timing is perfect.
Boston metro 6/14/2007
Rock and comedy get it on.
Boston metro 3/21/2007
|Working with Scorsese|
Metro editor talks about his experience on the set.
Boston metro 10/6/2006
|Pulling out of here to win|
New book of Springsteen pics captures Boss on the verge
Boston metro 10/10/2006
|The Hodgman cometh|
Absurdist returns home to share more of his "Expertise."
Boston metro 9/27/2006
The former Police guitarist on his band, his famous friends, and that guy named Sting.
Boston metro 10/9/2006
'Fidelity' star on expectations and ex-girlfriends
Boston metro 9/25/2006
|Back with a 'Bang'|
Val Kilmer leads a cast of notable actors in noir flick
Boston metro 10/24/2005
|Socrates makes a comeback|
Philosophy Cafe offers a place for meetings of their minds
Boston Globe 3/13/2005
|A lighthearted look at springing forward|
...in the end, "the madness of daylight saving" in Spring Forward isn't enough to fall back upon.
Providence Journal 4/3/2005
|Armory debuts with a (subdued) blast|
In addition to the large performance space at the Highland Avenue facility, Joseph Sater said he and his brother hope to include a smaller coffeehouse/performance center on the premises with a capacity of about 80 people.
Boston Globe 5/23/2005
|Go to Boston online, and land wherever|
If you turn off at any of the Boston exits on the information superhighway, you might end up in unexpected places.
Boston Globe 9/19/2004
|Brown's monster award|
The Lampoon honors James Brown with - a monster truck.
Boston metro 9/16/2004
|Monitoring the city's ArtBeat|
Pair try to keep arts scene vibrant
Boston Globe 8/1/2004
|Meaty roles, for a change|
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle targets ethnic - and stoner- stereotypes.
Boston metro 7/28/2004
|One man, 30 people, all weird|
Jayk Gallagher scares himself in Flesh Eating Leftists.
Boston metro 5/20/2004
|An armory captured, and artists hope the victors are their rescuing knights|
With a winning bid of $2,375,000 at an auction last month, brothers Joseph and Nabil Sater have become the new owners of the former Somerville Armory on Highland Avenue, and possibly knights in shining armor to the local arts community.
Boston Globe 5/9/2004
Harvard=funny. But this town is full of class clowns.
Boston metro 4/14/2004
|Davis Square mag does DoubleTake for the Boss|
When DoubleTake magazine got into financial difficulties this winter they called the Boss, who was able to help them raise about $900,000 in two nights. This isnít any ordinary boss though. This is THE Boss, Bruce Springsteen.
Somerville Journal 2/27/2003
|Tingle makes his presence known in Davis Square|
Comedian Jimmy Tingle has been "Off Broadway" since 2002.
Somerville Journal 4/15/2004
Summerís here and the time is right for dancing in the fields. The streets are too busy with tourists, and the fields are where the music festivals always seem to be; full days of sounds both familiar and new, good people-watching and the smell of grass (both kinds) makes everybody feel good. All the usual suspects are here, but many have different names than what youíre used to hearing.
|Local artist gets animated|
Not many people get to see what they would look like as an animated character on an internationally acclaimed children's show. Then again, not many people are like kinetic sculptor, engineer, toy inventor and MIT artist-in-residence Arthur Ganson.
Somerville Journal 2/26/2004
|New City Hall works sealed in (encaustic) wax|
What's hanging on the walls of City Hall is none of your beeswax. It's the beeswax and other types of wax used by six local artists in a new exhibit called "Wax Works." Curated and produced by the Somerville Arts Council, Wax Works features a form of presentation called encaustic.
Somerville Journal 2/26/2004
|Eat the rich|
When people get famous everybody wants a taste of them, and it seems that more and more stars are enabling their fans to dig in by opening restaurants. But what makes these stars want to take their talents from the studios into the kitchen?
Boston Flavor 9/2002
|Christians blast 'offensive' Jesus play at Somerville Theater|
Faith has created something blasphemous. This according to over 100 demonstrators who gathered across the street from the Somerville Theater in Davis Square Saturday to protest the play "Jesus Has Two Mommies" by locally based playwright Faith Soloway.
Somerville Journal 12/12/2002