Sparks fly during a chance encounter between a European gentleman and a young Southerner in Brandon Shire’s intense novel.
Two characters, in their own way of experiencing travel, connect as they tackle life’s love and loss.
Most director’s sophomore features are painfully over-ambitious; cocky to a fault. But Roman Coppola’s second film, his first since 2001’s underrated "CQ," has the opposite problem: It feels like something he threw together over the course of a weekend.
Separately, SF writers Pam Sargent, George Zebrowski, and Jack Dann have forged influential careers. Together, the three have collaborated on a number of projects over the years, including their latest volume: Retro flip-book "Decimated / Dream of Venus."
Find out which "Drag Race" star is getting married!
Can someone tell me the name of the guy my friend Pete is dating? I want to find him on Facebook, but Pete won’t give me any leads. He thinks I’ll go blabbing about it in my column. He’s like, "I don’t want the country knowing what I put in my butt."
Tonight, Saturday, May 18, is Boston’s last chance to catch this show. Like any carnival, "Daedalus" exerts a slightly illicit magnetism, and the songs are a huge highlight. Catch it while you can!
"Frances Ha" is a quirky, coming-of-age story that suffers from comparisons to HBO’s "Girls."
Gay icon, and newsman, Ross Mathews writes about his life and all the drama that comes with it.
The latest live release from Ricky Ian Gordon explores Civil War life from a distinctly southern perspective.
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