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Wesley Morris and Ty Burr

Take 2 reviews

Film critics Wesley Morris and Ty Burr discuss new releases, including "Sanctum."
Movie Nation blog
Cinemania: best movies about summer Summer means wacky vacations, running through water sprinklers, and beach blanket bingo bonanzas. But summer also means oppressive heat, sunburns, noxious insects, sweaty men in tee-shirts, testy tempers, the sweltering battlefield of Gettysburg, the German invasion of Belgium in 1914,......

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Winter TV forecast

Let Globe TV critic Matthew Gilbert be your guide with his forecast of what's to come in the next few months.
Viewer Discretion blog
Season 4 of 'American Horror Story' to be carnival-themed The fourth season of FX's creepy horror series is reportedly going to be set in a 1950's fairground carnival....
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Cinemania: heaven
If I were to choose my favorite song about the sweet hereafter, it would probably be “Heaven” by the Talking Heads. But if I were......

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Jeremy Eichler
Jeremy Eichler
Don Aucoin
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Richard M. Sherman

'Poppins' enjoying a tuneup

Composer Richard M. Sherman looks back at "his" version of "Mary Poppins" and at the musical it became in 2004.
Visual Art
Rick Jones

On the Cape, a view of Gorey

"Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey" tries to figure out what the master illustrator of morbid humor liked.
Doug Varone and Dancers

'Chapters' blends dances

Intensity and humanity propel the choreography in "Chapters From a Broken Novel" as Doug Varone makes subliminal connections in dance.
Classical Music
Sanford Sylvan and Sol Kim Bentley

A tale of murder, 'Cardillac'
set for Boston premiere

The opera's combination of its curious story and its unorthodox telling creating an uneasy immediacy.
Pop Music
Lucinda Williams

Williams steers away
from heartbreak songs

"Blessed," Lucinda Williams' forthcoming album, shows the songwriter stretching, beautifully, beyond her usual tropes.