The perfect play bears a striking resemblance to the perfect crime — ever-adapting, prone to explosions and often more illusion than reality.
Arts & Culture
Since its opening in September, Yan’s Cuisine has become College Hill’s spot for authentic Chinese food.
Though its moments of violence will undoubtedly disturb some viewers, it will not be in the ways one might expect from a film about Israeli soldiers.
In the culmination of a semester’s casting, filming and producing, Brown Motion Pictures will host its biannual short film premiere Friday in Salomon 101.
Considering the imaginative nature of Hawking’s theories, “The Theory of Everything” seems too grounded in the traditional arcs of a biographical film.
Michael Gennaro will step down from his position as executive director of Trinity Repertory Company after seven years of running daily business.
As the leaves fall and the winds become harsher, there is a special urgency for the warmth and comfort of food.
Folkmade displays the pieces of five artists in a setting far removed from the traditional gallery: online.
The American diner, once the mecca of hip social circles, is making a comeback — albeit one riddled with identity crises.
A self-described “passionate lunatic about food,” Susan Alper spoke with The Herald to share the sources of her enthusiasm for the kitchen.