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The National Center For Jewish Film’s Annual Festival Starts May 2

The National Center for Jewish Film's annual festival will feature limited release screenings, regional premieres and insightful discussions from May 2 to 13. Professor of American Studies Thomas...

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...

Kids’ Podcast Festival Kicks Off Week Of Screen-Free Events

Boston's NPR news station is debuting its first podcast festival geared to young listeners. WBUR says the two-day event — dubbed "The Mega Awesome Super...

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...

Фонтанът ди Треви – La Dolce Vita

Това е най-големият бароков фонтан и една от най-големите забележителности в Рим. Името на монумента произтича от факта, че е разположен на малък площад,...

McMullen Museum Of Art

About the McMullen Museum The McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College organizes and presents innovative, multidisciplinary exhibitions that have received national and international recognition,...

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...
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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...

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...
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Happenings Around Brookline

Thursday, Jan. 11 "Movement to Music and Imagination”: 11:00 a.m., Wingate Residences at Boylston Place, 615 Heath Street, Brookline. Free; space limited. For more information...

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...

At Yes Fest, A Youth-Powered Music Festival, Teens Run The Show

It is a Saturday afternoon at the Brookline Teen Center, a sleek modern building filled with couches and pool tables and walls painted in...

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...

Gibson House Museum

Completed in 1860, the Gibson House stands virtually untouched as a historic house museum in Back Bay. In 2001, the National Park Service designated...

Vinyl Launch Party

Check out the Library's new record collection and enjoy drinks, snacks, and a DJ set by Jesse Kaminsky. This event is generously sponsored by the...

Brookline Arts Center Open House

The Brookline Arts Center is pleased to host an open house on Saturday, June 10, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Join us...

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...
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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....

Museum Of Bad Art

Brookline Gallery In 2010, we added a third location in the offices of Brookline Interactive Group. The admission is free. Of almost 600 pieces in the...