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Brookline Music School Faculty Concert

Join the Brookline Music School for their Faculty Concert “Flowers, Etiquette, and a Boat Race.” BMS Faculty member Elizabeth Chladil, a pianist, will be...

Art Experiments At The Brookline Public Library

Children and Adults ages 2 and up can cut, draw, glue and experiment  in their own unique way. The outcome is not the object....

Announcing The New First Parish Concert Series

In celebration of our newly rebuilt Steinway piano, First Parish will be hosting a series of three wildly diverse concerts this Spring, the first...

Five Things To Do In Brookline

1. Put on your dancing shoes and raise money for Boston Children’s Hospital’s Every Child Fund on March 9. The Brookline High School Dance Marathon...

Brookline Open Studios To Present “Take Part In Art”

The participating artists of Brookline Open Studios will present “Take Part in Art” from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. April 29 and 30, 2017. Brookline...

This Year Coolidge Corner Arts Festival Offers Something New

Art will fill the streets as locals and visitors look around in search of a new, favorite piece of work. The 39th annual Coolidge Corner...

“Hamilton” Actor And 2006 BHS Graduate In Brookline

From the Brookline High School stage to the Broadway stage, “Hamilton” actor and 2006 BHS graduate Nik Walker shared his passion for the arts...

Brookline Artist Celebrates The Outdoors, The Universe

Diana Stelin has been a professional artist since 2002. A lover of the outdoors, she explores the outside world and the process of becoming...

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...

Brookline Cultural Grant Applications Due

Applications for Brookline Commission for the Arts grants that support community-oriented cultural activities in the arts, humanities and science, must be postmarked by Wednesday,...

This Brookline Resident Turned The Town’s Abrasive Turkeys Into Art

They often strike fear into the hearts of those who come across them: feathered foes known to attack people’s cars, chase down residents, and linger in the streets. But the...

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...

Woman Suffered A Cardiac Arrest In The Middle Of A Classical...

On Sunday afternoon at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, local chamber music ensemble Mistral were playing works by Elgar and Purcell. The concert, which had the...
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....
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 Author Investigates Why The Cargo Ship, El Faro, Sank

Brookline author Rachel Slade is out with a new book, "Into The Raging Sea," which investigates the hundreds of mistakes that led to the tragic...