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What to Do in Boston during April Showers

Most Bostonians have been avoiding the arctic weather by hibernating on the couch for months. Now, we’re finally toying with the idea of venturing outside. We’re more than hopeful that April will bring us at least a...

Singer-songwriter Jewel is among the 90s-era acts hitting the Wilbur Theatre soon!  Photo Credit: Stephanie Cabral

Evolution of Urbanism: Totally 90s Performers Bringing Nostalgia to Boston

Dust off your Doc Martens and fire up the original Nintendo. The 90s are back. Shagadelic, baby! This week’s installment in our evolution of urbanism series takes a look forward and backward. It’s a little scary tha...

Jim James of My Morning Jacket will return to downtown Boston with a show at Royale on April 26

Live Music Flourishes in Downtown Boston

By now, I’m sure the chorus from “We Are Young” is etched permanently into your brain. But enough with the Fun and games. It wasn’t all that long ago that this hot band came through downtown Boston. They...

Downtown on Arch St., just a block from Snow Place and 4 blocks from Winter St. Photo Credit: Jim McIntosh

3 Ways to Love Winter in Downtown Boston

You've tried staying indoors and waiting out the storm. Now it's time to shake off the snow and try something new in downtown Boston. To help you…

Controversial monologist Mike Daisey in his hit one man show American Utopias, which hits the Paramount Center from February 14-16. Photo: Peter Taub

Evolution of Urbanism: February Theater Forecast

A monthly look at what it means to live a distinctly urban lifestyle in downtown Boston today. Up this month: Theater, evolved.  When it comes to the performing arts, Boston sometimes has an undeservedly staid reputation. I th...


Art in Upscale Public Places

Taste in art, as taste in music, is very personal. What we choose to hang in our homes or display in our gardens communicates an essential component of who we are as people – or at the very least, who we want others to pe...

Downtown Developments

Downtown Boston’s Facelift

If you’ve been following the Voice, you’ll know we’ve been talking about all the additions – culinary, cultural, residential, retail and otherwise – to the Downtown Crossing area. Well, it seems ev...


A Brand New Production of The Nutcracker

Boston’s #1 holiday tradition returns with all new sets and costumes on November 23rd.


November Live Shows

These Seven Sicknesses; a hilarious yet terrifying take on Sophocles’ seven plays. 


Boston Ballet’s Fall Program

The Boston Ballet opens the 2012-2013 season with a mixed-contemporary program; a trio of high-energy ballets from three visionary choreographers to kick off the exciting season ahead. The Fall Program welcomes the world premie...