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Hanging Gardens at the Gardner

ongoing  Is it possible to envy a dead person? When we think of Isabella Stewart Gardner we, of course, think of the Museum and how she put an imprint on it that will last … as long as we do. This is called a legacy. What she created has lasted, …

Art Away from Newbury Street in the South End

ongoing – Sun. June 22  Do ya like bunnies? Who' doesn't! Do you like "a sad menagerie of booze-addled, overburdened, melancholy flora and fauna on a solemn and cheerful death march into obscurity?" You bet! The latter is Joe Keinberger's description of his work at Space 242's New Loft Gallery. (It's his …

Many a Madonna; none of them Ms. Ciccone

Fri. July 20  Last call for the mother of Christ! Does Somerville have more Madonnas than any other city its size? It might. Keep in mind, Somerville is the densest packed city in New England (it’s four square miles) and it’s not without a few Catholics. Some Catholics love displaying …

Frogmania! It’s raining frogs at the Museum of Science

Mon. May 25 Last call! You say frogs and we say "ribbit." Probably everybody says, "ribbit" doing their best deep-throated frog voicce. turns out that's not all that's on frogs' minds. “Much more than say ‘ribbit,’ frogs chirp, whistle, growl, and snore. Their skin can startle predators with dazzling jewel …

Punk Rock Pix: Godlis Shows at JP Art Market

ongoing – Sun. July 21  Photographer David Godlis is mounting an exhibit of his photos from the classic CBGB era at Patti Hudson's JP Art Market in Jamaica Plain and is in town tonight (Thurs. June 5) talking about it at 5:45. It's called "From Boston to the Bowery," and …