41.8 F
Brookline
Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Culture

Home News Culture Page 3

Library Events: March 23-30

Special programs At Main, design a marble labyrinth and challenge your friends' problem solving abilities Thursday, March 23, at 3:00 p.m. in the Rabbit Hole....
Hei Lee Law

Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater & Brahms’ Alto Rhapsody

Mezzo-soprano Hei Lee Law will perform Alto Rhapsody (1869) by Johannes Brahms. Together with Soprano Mengtao Zhou, they will present Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s famous chamber...

Brookline Resident Writes Book On Russian Jews

A richly journalistic portrait of Russia’s dwindling but still vibrant and influential Jewish community is presented in a new book by bilingual author Maxim...

Brookline Students, Composer Team Up To Share “A Gift Of Music”

The altruism and innermost thoughts of today’s high school-and-under set are often validated through social media posts gone viral. So rarely do we get...
Ani Mathison

Brookline High School Senior Ani Mathison Wins Pearlman Writing Award

The third annual Edith Pearlman Creative Writing Award was presented to senior Ani Mathison at the Brookline High School awards ceremony on Tuesday April...

Inna Muravnik Students Piano Recital

Semiannual students piano recital of piano class of Inna Muravnik will take place on January 21, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Location: Coolidge Corner - Meeting...

Brookline Adult Education Teacher To Showcase Artwork In Retrospective Exhibit

In celebration of a lifetime of art, local artist Myrna Balk is hosting a 50-year retrospective exhibit. Balk has been immersed in the world of...

Изкуство върху канализационни шахти

Всяка община в Япония има запазен знак, който е изобразен върху всички канализационни шахти в административната единица. Този запазен символ може да бъде открит в 1780 общини в...

Brookline Welcomes New Poet Laureate Zvi Sesling

Brookline will get to meet its new poet laureate, Zvi A. Sesling, on Thursday, May 11 at the Brookline Public Library in Hunneman Hall...
Zvi Sesling

Brookline Poet Laureate’s New Book Covers A 30-Year Career, Jewish Themes

Brookline’s own Poet Laureate Zvi Sesling has a new book. Sesling has been writing poetry on Jewish themes for over 30 years and his new...

Tales Of A Brookline Boyhood Recounted

As a fourth-generation Brookline resident, Jim Harnedy grew up surrounded by an entire clan of relatives that can trace their history in town back...

Gateway Artist Goes On 23 Years

Artist Ruby Pearl is glowing. She stands proudly beside one of her latest paintings being featured in Gateway Arts’ annual “Taste of Gateway” fundraising...

Dynamic Duos

December 2017 - March 2018 Recitals: Sunday, March 25, 1:00 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m. Brookline Music School's annual Dynamic Duos program encourages students to work and perform...

Artist Lora Brody Gives Voice To Brookline Women Through Portrait Exhibit

Artist Lora Brody is giving voice to senior women and opening dialogue between generations through her portrait exhibit, “The Reunion Project: ‘Then I was......
video

You Are My Favorite Customer: The Coolidge Grapples With Midnight Screenings...

The lights go off, the crowd roars, and the Wiseau Films logo appears on the screen. What follows is a 90 minute onslaught of gratuitous sex...

Euan Morton Stars As The Title Character In “Hedwig And The...

“Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” the glam-rock musical about a drag queen of uncertain gender, blasted its way onto the Shubert Theatre stage this...

Werner Hertzog Comes To Brookline’s Coolidge Theatre

If you have not walked past the Coolidge Corner Theatre recently, you may have missed the signals: the posters, the screenings of "Into the...

Around Town

1. Enjoy an evening of poetry at the Brookline High School Poetry Fest on April 26. Brookline teens will share their poetry at the event...
Lisa Graham

Brookline Forces Remember France

The large crowd showing up at All Saints Church to hear the Brookline Symphony on Saturday night (and Sunday afternoon), mostly, I imagine, to...

Who Dunnit? This Owl Was Mysteriously Left At A Brookline Library

On Monday morning Putterham Library had an unusual surprise near the book drop. Tucked to the side of it was a brown and black...

New Public Art In Brookline’s Coolidge Corner

A holiday project by the artist who floated a giant lamb in Boston’s Fort Point Channel in 2015. Inspired in part by the witch...

Things To Do Around Town

1. Celebrate International Women’s Day at the Brookline Village library branch on March. 15. Participants are invited to bring their daughters and sons to the...

Presenting “Sonic Peace” By Kiriu Minashita

Reminder for all Japanese culture enthusiasts: Spencer Thurlow and I will be giving a "Book Talk" at Gen Sou En in Coolidge Corner this...

Tween Author Fest At Brookline Public Library

Calling all preteen readers for a Tween Author Fest at the Brookline Public Library! Meet local authors Erin Dionne, Jen Malone, Lee Gjertsen Malone, Luke...

Bestselling Author Of “Book of Joan”​ To Come To Brookline

The "Book of Joan," is out. And if you have been looking forward to the modern retelling of Joan of Arc, hold on to...

Mid-Day Monday Mystery Book Club

Join Monday, January 8, 2018 from 12:30 to 1:30 at the Coolidge Corner library Meeting Room. Copies of the book to be discussed will be...

Brookline’s Audra Keefe Uses High-Energy To Move Her Art

Having worked for 14 years as a commercial artist, Audra Keefe has spent the last three years pursuing a career in fine arts. An abstract...
Katherine Tallman & Raul Fernandez

Introducing “Wide Lens”, A Coolidge Corner Theatre Film Series On Race,...

Beyond entertainment, movies are powerful – they can transport, unify and enlighten. It is this power that the Coolidge Corner Theatre’s new series "Wide...

Preserving Chinese Culture At Brookline Chinese School

Considering the refreshing breeze outside and scattered auburn leaves decorating Lowell Road by Brookline High as children and their colorful backpacks excitedly skipped inside...