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The Boston Public Library’s terrific Building Boston “citywide celebration of Boston’s public spaces” (which includes the fascinating Palaces for the People exhibit, reviewed here by the hardlooking staff), notched another success with yesterday’s Druker lecture – Celebrating Art and Design … Continue reading
So the Missus and I trundled down to the Boston Public Library to catch America Votes: Mapping the Political Landscape. And it’s a corker. Starter kit: It just gets more convoluted from there. Don’t miss it.
Well the Missus and I trundled down to the Boston Public Library to catch reThink Ink: 25 Years at Mixit Print Studio, and, boy, it was swell. From the Mixit Print Studio website (the BPL site is inexplicably down): “By … Continue reading
Last Friday the hardworking staff worried that Steve Schwartz might be aced out of his final WGBH Jazz from Studio Four show. He was not. And Steve produced a sweet swan song. Sometime around 10 pm he said something like … Continue reading
America’s Litt-It Guy Jonathan Franzen entered a banged-out Rabb Lecture Hall at the Boston Public Library Saturday afternoon and tried to move the podium to the center of the stage. Unsuccessfully. Undaunted, Franzen proceeded to read the “Mistakes Were Made” … Continue reading