Jonah Hill gives a triumphant directorial debut with ‘Mid90s’

Skater culture has been popular for so many decades that it may seem passé in 2018. For the kids that are followed in the new film “Mid90s,” Jonah Hill’s directorial debut, skating is a way of life at the heart of the cultural zeitgeist. Stevie (Sunny Suljic), Fuckshit (Olan Prenatt), Fourth Grade (Ryder McLaughlin), Ray (Na-Kel Smith) and Ruben […]

Rooney rocks intimate crowd with new material

Robert Schwartzman, the lead singer of the California rock band Rooney, casually walked by the line of fans waiting outside of Brighton Music Hall in Allston with his takeout food in hand on Friday night. He flashed a warm smile at the people in line, who were impatiently anticipating his second-to-last show on his “A […]

‘White Boy Rick’ explores issues of justice with shocking true story

The location is Detroit, the time period the mid-80s, and 15-year old Rick Wersche Jr. is navigating his way through a gun show. Rick approaches a booth to engage in conversation with the manager about the Russian AKs that he is selling. Rick messes around with the guns and can clearly tell that they are […]

‘Klimt and Schiele: Drawn’ mesmerizes visitors at the MFA

“Klimt and Schiele: Drawn” at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), which runs through May 28, fascinatingly presents rarely seen sketches from two famous Viennese artists Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele to commemorate the centennial of their deaths. These two artists influenced each other heavily during their careers, even though they were nearly 30 years apart in age. […]

ICA’s ‘Art in the Age of the Internet’ exhibit overwhelms, impresses

“Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today,” an exhibit three years in the making, formally opened up to the public on Feb. 7 at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in the Seaport district. Upon opening, the exhibition sent shock waves throughout the art community of Boston with its unique approach to a topic as […]