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Клементинум – най-красивата библиотека в света

Клементинум (Clementinum) е исторически комплекс от сгради в центъра на Прага, разположен непосредствено до Карловия мост. Историята му започва от параклис, посветен на св....

Brookline To Consider Indigenous Peoples Day Instead Of Columbus Day

A resolution has been brought forth in Brookline to recognize the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples Day rather than Columbus Day. The change...

Author Readings In Brookline

Tuesday, September 12 Atul Gawande (“Being Mortal: Medicine & What Matters in the End”) reads at 6:00 p.m. at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard Street,...

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...

Brookline Arts Center to present “ART Off The Wall”

The Brookline Arts Center will present its third annual "ART Off The Wall," an exhibition and fundraiser, from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. on May...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

17-Year-Old Brookline Boy Wins Presidential Scholar In The Arts Award

To hear him play, it is obvious you are in the presence of a wildly talented concert pianist. “I just fell in love with the...

“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...

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....

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....

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...

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...
Lounging Napkins, Sofie Wise

Summertime Exhibit Features 19 Youth Photographers

Summertime, the next art exhibit at the Jamaica Plain Branch Library, not only has a timely name, but it also features the work of...

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...

How We Listen To And Experience Sound Have Changed

Musician Damon Krukowsi believes that the transition from analog audio to digital has fundamentally changed the ways we listen and perceive sound. His new book, "Ways...

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,...

Greek Government Officials Not Welcome At Boston’s Parade

The organizers of the Greek Parade in Boston, in an official announcement, have declared that Greek government officials are not welcome at this year’s...

The Most Widespread Traditions In Ireland And Where They Come From

Affectionately called the Emerald Isle, Ireland is a beautiful place to visit. Lots of Irish traditions are well known throughout the world. Its unique...

Brookline Community Invited To Share Memories With Park Stories Project

Town Administrator Mel Kleckner, Department of Public Works Commissioner Erin Chute Gallentine and Director of Parks and Open Space Alexandra Vecchio are excited to...

Brookline Symphony Orchestra Announces 2022-2023 Concert Season

The Brookline Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Andrew Altenbach proudly announce their 2022–2023 season, which contains pieces by such well-known composers as Béla Bartók,...

Open Call For BIPOC Youth: Public Mural In Brookline

The Brookline Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations invites BIPOC youth to participate in a mural installation as part of the new "Community...

Town Of Brookline Invites Community To Virtual Reading Of Asian American...

The Brookline Asian American Family Network (BAAFN) wishes to invite the community to the virtual Asian American Student Essay Contest Award Ceremony next week. The...

Town Of Brookline Invites Community To Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration

The Town of Brookline's Indigenous Peoples Celebration Committee and Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Community Relations wishes to invite the community to the annual...

Brookline Invites Community To Share Input For New Public Art Installations

The Economic Development Division, in partnership with the Brookline Arts Center (BAC), invite residents to the "Brookline Art Makes Community" engagement event to help...

Reflecting On The Significance Of Black History Month In American Society

Black History Month, an annual observance in February in the United States, stands as a pivotal period for acknowledging and celebrating the profound impact...

Community Members Invited To Complete Brookline Commission For The Arts’ Engagement...

Town Administrator Chas Carey and the Brookline Commission for the Arts (BCA) invite members of the community to provide their feedback about BCA's work. Learn...