The Berkeley Beacon

Thursday, March 23, 2017

MFA celebrates fifth anniversary of College Night

who need an excuse to go to the Museum of Fine Arts: There's a party! Tonight, the MFA is hosting...

Disney Marvels over its latest acquisition

Okay, not really. Not yet, at least.On Aug. 31, a massive deal was made that few people seem to...

No dispute over the Savannah Disputation

The Savannah Disputation is chock full of all three in its New England premiere through Oct. 17...

quot;Lady sings the bluesquot; at Berklee College

In its fifth year running the festival, the music school has organized a jam-packed week of...

Ortega breaks down at the ICA, artistically that is

Texture and dimension are often toyed with in modern and contemporary art. Some artists strive...

The Informant! A cast that rocks, a plot that teeters

The Informant! based on Kurt Eichenwald's novel The Informant (A True Story) follows Mark...

Leno returns: Emerson alum answers queries

While on the road promoting his new show, The Jay Leno Show, late night talk show host and...

Timeless musical thrills when Jersey Boys come to town

A street lamp lowers from the ceiling. "But four guys under a street lamp, when it was all still...

Jay Leno packs Majestic in kick-off to promotional tour

The late night personality, whose famed monologues on "The Tonight Show" were beamed live into...

Walk like a man, talk like an Emerson alum

Joseph Leo Bwarie, who graduated from Emerson College in 1999 with a BFA in acting, is a seasoned...

Pixar director Pete Docter proves that Up is not full of hot air

The appearance of a floating house attached to thousands of colorful balloons is worth the price...

Buraka Som Sistema brings big beats to Harper#039;s Ferry May 1

Does the word "kuduro" mean anything to you? No? Me neither, but the Portuguese, progressive...

quot;Matterquot; trumps quot;Mindquot; in Vanderwarker#039;s imperfect Pantheon exhibit

The great thing about a free exhibit is that even if half of it is less-than-stunning, it still...

MIT welcomes suburban rockin#039; Ben Folds on April 25

Ben Folds, the bespectacled troubadour of a generation of awkward suburbanites, will be...

Spring has come and so has the 2009 Independent Film Festival of Boston

After a long, wet winter, the people of Boston deserve some sunshine. But if you can afford to...