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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...

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......

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...

Поп звездата Prince почина на 57 години

Принс, една от големите звезди в края на 80-те и началото на 90-те години, е бил открит мъртъв в имението си в щата Minnesota броени...
Giti Ganjei

Iranian Jewish Artist Exhibits In Brookline

The Boston area has been a haven for refugees and immigrants for generations. Our stories are part of the soul of communities like Brookline....

Brookline Resident To Perform With Intergenerational Chorus

Martha Leader, of Brookline, will accompany the Greater Boston Intergenerational Chorus for its winter concerts at 7:00 p.m. Jan. 16 and 4:00 p.m. Jan....
Tiffany Chang

Brookline Symphony – Excelling Conventionally

Continuing its conductor search, the Brookline Symphony on Saturday presented a solid performance of orchestral favorites under the baton of candidate Tiffany Chang. Chang...

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 Symphony To Welcome Music Director, Hold Concert

The Brookline Symphony Orchestra will officially welcome new music director Andrew Altenbach at its “Clashes of Passion and Fate,” the opening concert of the...

Friends Of The Brookline Library Annual Book Sale

It is that time of year for the Friends of the Brookline Library’s annual holiday used book sale. On Sunday, December 3, the Friends...

Marissa Meyer Renegades Tour

Join Marissa on tour for her latest book, Renegades, and the beginning of a new superhero series. This event will be co-hosted with the Brookline...

Brookline Interactive Group, VR Team Links Up With The Globe For...

Brookline Interactive Group (BIG) and its VR-in-the-Public-Interest project, the Public VR Lab, launched an innovative 360 video/VR immersive journalism collaboration with the #STAT team from the...
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...

Composition Recital

Brian Friedland, BMS faculty member, is leading a very exciting recital program coming up next month. This is an open call to all students...

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...

Hallie Ephron To Launch Book At Brookline Booksmith

New York Times bestselling author and Boston Globe book reviewer Hallie Ephron will be at the Brookline Booksmith Tuesday, June 6, 2017 to launch...

Meet The Actress: Brookline’s Laura Latreille

What do you do if you are a chronically cranky woman being made to share your space in an assisted living facility with a...

Ball In The House A Capella Closes Brookline Summer Concert Series

Performing and touring as a group for 17 years, a capella band Ball in the House is coming to Brookline. The group will close...
Zvi A. Sesling

What Life Is Really All About

Zvi A. Sesling is Poet Laureate of Brookline, MA. His poetry is in print and online journals in U.S., India, Ireland, France, U.K., N.Z.,...

Brookline’s Weekend Of Art

If you have any plans for the weekend of April 26 and 27, cancel them, unless of course your plan was to attend this...

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...

Brookline Booksmith Brings Dan Rather To Boston

Dan Rather, the iconic former CBS Evening News anchor and journalist is coming to Boston next month. The Brookline Booksmith and WBUR will be...

“Winter Blooms” Art Installation Brings Brightness To Brookline

Winter can be cold, dark and desolate, with bare trees and flower gardens stamped out by the weather, but local artist Hilary Zelson is...
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...

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...

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...

A Wedding Rehearsal Dinner Sets The Stage For Intrigue

The events of this novel unfold over the course of an evening in 1991, as the Cohen clan of Brookline, MA, hosts a rehearsal...
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...

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...

Dimitri Shostakovich Concert

Brookline Music School's piano department celebrates the piano compositions (sonatas, preludes and fugues) of Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich (1906-1975) on Sunday, May 14th (Mother's...