Crimson staff writer
Marin E. Gray
Top Five Niche Boston Museums Worth Your Attention
These five underrated museum treasures offer unique getaways right in our Boston backyard.
‘From the Andes to the Caribbean’ Review: Harvard Art Museums’ Spring Exhibition Looks Anew at American Art
It’s these thoughtfully curated critiques which powerfully reset the table of American art and artists.
Artist Profile: Rachel Kadish on Stories, Storytelling, and ‘The Weight of Ink’
For Rachel Kadish, it’s essential to be forgiving of oneself despite the often unattainable idealizations of a writer — both story and storyteller are, after all, set in the midst of living.
‘A World Within Reach’ Review: Harvard Art Museums Curates a Refreshing Connection to Antiquity
Harvard Art Museums’ “A World Within Reach: Greek and Roman Art from the Loeb Collection” provides a fresh perspective of ancient worlds to the Harvard community for the spring season.
‘As Anticipated’ Review: Boston Ballet Relishes in the Unanticipated
Forsythe’s work blends the choreographic careers of his classical predecessors with an exploration of modernity, breaking from traditional ballet boundaries in a style unprecedented enough to make Rudolf Nureyev stir in his grave.
Foods that Feel Like Home
The way I can taste the Earth in every bitter bite. How could it not feel like home?
'Fashionably Late Thursdays' Review: Liberty Hotel Hosts an Approachable Fashion Scene
Fashionably Late Thursdays are hosted every Thursday from 10:00 to 11:00 p.m. through Dec. 15.
A ‘Fault in Our Stars’: John Green Examines Humanity’s Existence and Ending
Speaking from the pulpit in the church, John Green discussed the temporality of human existence, existential grief, and how to maintain hope through it all in his enthralling lecture, “How the World Ends.”
Paintings of People: Sally Woodcock and Narayan Khandekar Unearth the History of Mummy Pigment
Khandekar and Woodcock took inventory of their collective insights to examine the origins of mummy brown and trace its usage through art history.