- Arts + Culture
Keaton, who not-so-coincidentally played Tim Burton’s “Batman,” is back as an actor swooping around the line between art, commerce, sanity and fantasy.
“Gone Girl” is nearly two and a half hours, but it’s a lean long time. Not all the veers and neck-cranking developments pay off, but there’s a lot to praise.
What Rory Kennedy has rendered is so subtle and poignant that it sneakily stays with you – the true test of an effective documentary.
The latest from Kevin Smith signals something of a return to form and a bit of a surprise – a hefty slab of comedy atop a serial killer thread that alleges to be based on “actual events.”
A Traffic Safety Awareness Day might sound like a drag, but the federal Volpe Transportation Center has those wonderful toys.
Yummy Mummy Brownies are brought to farmers markets every day, but Cambridge gives their Westborough baker among her highest sales.
If “Dame” wasn’t a sequel treading on the tail of “Sin City,” it might be the real deal. As is, it’s borrowing, embracing, but not necessarily furthering.
West Bridge in Kendall Square lost its outdoor bar Tuesday, at least for now – more than a year after opening it with promises it would be for food, not drink.
Innovations of Cambridge Tour; the OpenAir Circus; Boston Roller Derby; Michael Frayn’s “Copenhagen”; and a low-fi rock band bill.