Next stop: visual art

‘Our unofficial motto is: ‘We’re like a pub crawl, only without the throwing up.’” Harcourt House is hosting another pair of Art Bus tours this summer, after launching t...
arts-photobooth

A hobbyist’s devotion

There are geeks for just about everything, nowadays. Meags Fitzgerald, a self-professed photobooth nerd, has created what has got to be one of the most impressive acts of devotion to a hobby: a 280-p...
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Horseplay under the big top

The big-box entertainment machine that is Cavalia is impressive; the cities that see Cavalia’s second creation, Odysseo, become canvases for the sprawling brand months before the show even sets...
arts-dogfight

Not your usual wartime romance

Wartime romances are a whole genre unto themselves, with all the clichés and stereotypes that come along with such entrenchment. So it’s nice when one feels different—maybe not wholly unique, b...
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The Taming of the Shrew

Until Sun, Jul 27 (8 pm; weekend matinees 2 pm) Directed by Marianne Copithorne Myer Horowitz Theatre, $20 – $30 There’s just no escaping the rampant misogyny in The Taming of the Shrew—but wha...