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Boston by Design
  For the ninth year, AD20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries & Boston Print Fair returns to the Cyclorama at the South End’s Boston Center for the Arts April 7–10
Blades of Glory
  For the first time ever, Boston plays host to one of the biggest figure skating competitions outside of the Olympics—the World Figure Skating Championships (refer to listing, page 18). T
United in Art
  There’s a new cultural organization in Boston, and Laura Conrad Mandel wants you to get excited and involved! Mandel is executive director of the Jewish Arts Collaborative (JAC), the res
Sister Act
 A rare opportunity for American theatergoers takes place at the Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre March 2–6 when ArtsEmerson presents a touring production of one of Anton Chekhov’s most well-k
The Boston Massacre
  To borrow a phrase from FDR, March 5, 1770 is a day that lives in infamy in U.S. history. That was the day one of the most pivotal events leading up to the American Revolution took place:
Touching the Past
  The new executive director of  the Museum of African American History, Marita Rivero, has been championing a message of inclusion and equality for years. Rivero comes to the museum af
Family Fun in Boston
 Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic at TD Garden: Through February 21, dozens of your favorite characters—from Mickey and Minnie to Donald Duck and Goofy to an entourage of Disney Prin
Mix and Match
 As part of its Visiting Masterpieces program, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts has brought four works from one of the 20th century’s most famous artists, Pablo Picasso, to the Hub. The venerable
A 20th Season of Love
  Imagine making your Broadway debut in Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical, Rent. And creating the role of the fiercely independent Joanne. Fredi Walker-Browne did just
Art From Down Under
 Beginning February 5, Harvard Art Museums gets a little Southern exposure when it unveils the exhibit Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia. This display of contemporar
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