Deep Ellum manages to balance high and low — whether you’re talking about the items on the menu or the interior decor or the drinks list — and that balancing act conveys a sense of edginess that appeals to a wide swath of customers.
WGBH LearningTours presents: Mediterranean Voyage of Discovery with Diane Rehm and Scott Simon
The Greek Independence Day festival took over Boston Common on Sunday.
If you ever owned a Conan the Barbarian comic book or Molly Hatchet album, then you are family with the epic illustrations of artist Frazetta. Carlo Rotella remembers his legacy and his legend.
The Emily Rooney Show
A little Muppet girl has started a sensation. The brown doll with a beautifully kinky mop of hair sings "I Love My Hair." The song was written by Joey Mazzarino, Sesame Street's head writer. He wrote the song to help his adopted daughter celebrate herself and, of course, her hair.
Just underneath China's modern, shiny surface, many aspects of life are still very traditional.
The Emily Rooney Show
World-famous author Salman Rushdie discussed parenthood, Harry Potter and his new novel, Luka and the Fire of Life with WGBH's Emily Rooney.
We can’t imagine America without the Afghanistan War even though we have done almost everything possible to eliminate terrorism -- except for declare peace. We are numb to this war and it's time to snap out of it.
There's been a YouTube orchestra, a YouTube chorus, and now...one day in the life of the world turned into a "Crowd Sourced" film.
It had nothing to do with a new Apple device or the latest Twilight movie. Monday at midnight people lined up at electronics stores waiting to be among the first to buy the latest video game in the "Call of Duty Series." It will likely become the best-selling game of all time. And it's all about very violent combat.
Arts & Living
The singer launched her Born This Way Foundation at Harvard accompanied by an all-star lineup — and the Twitterverse liked it.
With 65 skaters among five teams, including the Cosmonaughties, the Nutcrackers and the Wicked Pissahs, the teams routinely sell out the 1300-person arena.
In a black comedy taking aim at American popular culture, a middle-aged man with terminal cancer (Joel Murray) decides to kill lowlifes — including texting moviegoers and reality TV stars. Critic Ella Taylor says God Bless America is a one-trick pony, but delivers venomous cultural criticism.
Cool, man: This summer, the Museum of Science is bringing back the traditional laser/rock show ... with digital animation, and without lasers.