A new book, "Finding Freedom in the Lost Kitchen," details the trials and triumphs of the Maine restaurant that has been attracting attention internationally from foodies — and from culinary taste-makers like James Beard. As Jeffrey Brown reports, “finding freedom''…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
A new documentary opens with a startling statistic: There were at least 200 lesbian bars, at their peak, in the late 1980s. Today, 21 remain.
By Amna Nawaz, Wyatt Mayes, Joshua Barajas, Rebecca Newman, Dorothy Hastings
Quiara Alegria Hudes is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and collaborated with Lin-Manuel Miranda on the Tony Award-winning musical "In The Heights." Hudes has also written a deeply personal memoir — “My Broken Language" — on navigating life as the daughter…
The renowned Tribeca Film Festival opened its curtains on Wednesday for the 20th year in New York City, becoming the first major post-pandemic fest in North America. This year’s event is called ‘Tribeca Festival’ to include its vast programming like…
By Ivette Feliciano, Mori Rothman
By Christopher Booker
Next month the Long Beach Museum of Art in Southern California will open “All At Once,” a 25-year retrospective on the work of artist Tristan Eaton. Described as an urban pop artist, Eaton's work moves between guerrilla street art, commercial…
By Malcolm Brabant
Street artists in Belfast, Northern Ireland maintain a tradition of painting murals with a message, as they did during the 30-year conflict between Catholic Republicans and Protestants loyal to the British crown. But they're now speaking out in an effort…
By Jeffrey Brown, Jason Kane, Joshua Barajas
Blockbuster films delayed by the pandemic are now hitting the big screen. Among the first of the summer season is “In the Heights,” which opened Thursday in theaters and streams on HBO Max. As Jeffrey Brown reports, the modern-day musical…
By Dorothy Hastings, Joshua Barajas, Chloe Jones, Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
Owners and general managers of lesbian bars share what makes these queer spaces vital, how they survived the pandemic, and why this part of LGBTQ nightlife needs to be preserved.
By Jared Bowen, GBH
With COVID-19 cases dropping in most places, frontline workers are now reckoning with how the pandemic has impacted their lives. In fact, a few medical professionals are collaborating with Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier to weave their profound experiences into song.
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