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Got MLK? Head to the MFA

Mon. Jan. 21 The Museum of Fine Arts always does something neat on Monday holidays. That is, they open the place to the public at no charge. This means you have (probably) a day off and no excuse not to expose yourself to culture. There's no football on TV. Nope, today's …

Pluto: Revisited at the Museum of Science

Sat. Jan. 2 & Sun. Jan. 3  Last call ! When someone asks you "Whatever Happened to Pluto?" do you first think "Something has happened to the Disney dog?" or do you go, "Yes, I believe it's somehow not a planet anymore. How could that be?" To be honest, both thoughts …

Joseph Cornell’s Sense of Art and Wonder

 Sun. Aug. 19 Joseph Cornell (1903-1972) created several thousand pieces of art over the course of his career, which took off in the early 1930s. About 180 of those are up at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem. It wraps up today, Sunday August 19. See it! It’s astonishing in breadth, …

Ori Gersht: Films and Photos, History Repeating, at the MFA

ongoing – Jan. 13     Though he uses a modern medium and the latest in contemporary technologies, Israeli-born photographer Ori Gersht captures time like few other artists can. His work, the first comprehensive exhibition of its kind, is at the Museum of Fine Arts. "Ori Gersht: History Repeating" combines Gersht’s …