Phil Saviano, a clergy sex abuse survivor and whistleblower who played a pivotal role in exposing decades of predatory assaults by Roman Catholic priests in the United States, has died. He was 69.
Thursday's solemn National Day of Mourning observance in downtown Plymouth, Massachusetts, will recall the disease and oppression that European settlers brought to North America.
The orchestra said contactless ticketing, stringent cleaning protocols, mask-wearing and social distancing will be in place for the festival, which is being shortened from its usual 12-week run to about half that.
The State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art say renowned sculptor Simone Leigh will be the first Black woman ever to represent the U.S. at the prestigious Venice Biennale arts festival.
The museum on Thursday named Rosa Rodriguez-Williams to the senior post, saying she "will play a critical role in delivering on the MFA's promise to be a museum for all of Boston."…
An interfaith coalition is pressing the world’s largest brewer to remove the name of a Hindu god from a popular beer that dates to the late 1800s.
Calls are mounting for the removal of twin Emancipation memorials in Washington, D.C., and Boston that depict a freed Black American kneeling at Abraham Lincoln’s feet.
The Boston Marathon has never been canceled outright since its first running in 1897, though there was a de facto cancellation in 1918, when the end of World War I and a global influenza pandemic prompted organizers to switch to…
BOSTON — Some of the most iconic items associated with the late President John F. Kennedy are going on the auction block.
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