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THEATER ' The Color Purple' The Tony-winning 2016 revival of “The Color Purple” comes to Boston, bringing musical life to Alice Walker’s canonical novel, detailing the lives of rural black women in Georgia during the Great Depression, facing sexism from within and racism from without, but never giving up that good ol’ American pursuit of happiness, even if America itself is in the way.
MOVIES ‘Hanksgiving A Thanksgiving, Tom Hanks marathon called ‘Hanksgiving? Avoiding Tom’s “serious” work (“Philadelphia,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Castaway”, etc.) in favor of '80s comedies like “Big,” “The Money Pit,” “Splash,” “The ‘Burbs” and “Joe vs.
Denis Leary Worcester native Denis Leary has been one of the great “Massholes” in standup comedy, even though his persona owes a great debt to Texan Bill Hicks—ranting, profane, skeptical of everything, utterly unconcerned with “political correctness.” Now he’s got a book, “Why We Don’t Suck,” addressing America’s harshly divided political scene—and a host of other tangentially-related topics—as only he can.
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Finally, a tribute to those who have mattered the most in making this blog worthwhile, the hundreds of girls I have coached in youth soccer over the course of over two decades.
He hasn’t done a new standup special since 2008’s “Kill the Messenger,” but we’re confident he won’t be at a loss for words on Sunday.
DANCE ' The Nutcracker' The Boston Ballet returns with another glorious round of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker.” With its beautiful, instantly recognizable music and surreal, magical atmosphere, it’s a one-of-a-kind treat for ears and eyes.
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Boston Ballet choreographer Mikko Nissinen debuted his version in 2012, easily winning over the New England throngs for whom this is an unnegotiable holiday tradition.