Thomas Brennan

Childs Gallery: Re-opening with an exciting show

Childs Gallery: Re-opening with an exciting show New space to host John Thompson: An Artist Collects The Childs Gallery is back. The Newbury Street art gallery, which has anchored the block between Dartmouth and Exeter streets since 1937, is currently open for its first post-Covid lockdown show and moving directly across the street from 169 …

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On TV: ‘Supernatural’ and Destiel: Angelic or Hellish LGBTQ Representation

You know that you’ve reached a peak pop culture moment when a new word, crafted to describe a fictional TV coupling becomes one of the hottest trending topics on real life social media during an election season. The fans of the long-running CW network television show Supernatural were already getting whipped up in a frenzy …

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Macy’s kicks off the holiday season with tree lighting and usual fanfare

Good old holiday joy is once again back in Boston. Setting off the merriest of seasons is Macy’s with their annual lighting of their Christmas tree, with a small ceremony to celebrate their iconic tree above Washington Street in Downtown Crossing. Traditionally, the lighting of the tree would happen on ground level and the lighting …

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S/O/S: Business Women Coming to Boston’s Aid

An ingenious business model for distributing healthcare items and toiletries was born not in a marketing office or board room, but in a corporate bathroom. The idea sprung from a shared moment of solidarity in the workplace between two strong-minded and thoughtful business women. Susanna Twarog and Robina Verbeek formed their business in 2017 when …

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Life and commerce start to return to Back Bay

Business is moving again in Boston. After a tough couple of months with ongoing quarantine and shutdowns due to Covid-19, things are finally starting to open again with Governor Charlie Baker approving stage 2 of recovery plan for Massachusetts businesses. Things aren’t quite perfect, but Boston’s reopening seems to have the majority of carrying a …

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Nortons show goes on — despite not having a live awards ceremony

This year, the Elliot Norton Award show “went on” but it was a decidedly different event from years past. The annual awards ceremony, at which the best of Boston’s theater offerings is recognized, was broadcast online by the Boston Theatre Critics Association on May 11, th The nominations ranged from Boston productions from April 1st …

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