Oompa aims to unite fans of hip-hop and poetry

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/19 7:00P By Jed Gottlieb
Boundaries don’t work for Oompa. The rising Boston artist doesn’t recognize the border between hip-hop and poetry. Her music nabbed her a New Artist of the Year nomination at the 2017 Boston Music Awards; her verse won her the 2017 Women of the...

‘Pride of Hyde Park’ still throwing strikes

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/18 7:00P By Olivia Vanni / Inside Track
Manny Delcarmen continues to be the defending champion of his nickname, “The Pride of Hyde Park.” The former Red Sox pitcher has teamed up with his childhood friend Jose Diaz to build a center for student-athletes called the Boston Athletic...

Women take the stage at comedy fest

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/17 7:00P By Herald Staff
Can’t wait till Friday for some distaff laughs? Then check out the Women in Comedy Festival tomorrow through Sunday, with a special kickoff show tonight at LaughBoston, starring Boston’s own Kelly MacFarland and Tony V (“I Feel Pretty.”)...

School vacation week activities keep kids busy

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/16 7:00P By Herald Staff
Chances are, one parent is taking April vacation off because the kids are — meaning that person has taken on the role of entertainment co­ordinator for the week. Not to worry, lots of places around Boston have a full roster of fun things to keep...

Side Tracks: Katherine Switzer, Pedro Martinez... and more

Boston Herald (Inside Track) 4/15 7:00P By Oliva Vanni
MARATHON READY: Kathrine Switzer , the first woman to run the Boston Marathon with an official bib and founder of 261 Fearless , got locals in the marathon mood. The famous athlete joined Caitlin Carlson , Furthermore from Equinox deputy editor,...

SideTrack: Malik Yoba, Marty Walsh, Maura Tierney and more...

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/14 7:00P By Olivia Vanni / Inside Track
WEEKEND BAA-SH : The Boston Arts Academy is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and it’s commemorating the occasion with a fittingly fancy fete. To mark this major milestone, the organization has planned a star-studded weekend dubbed the BAA...

$2M grant will help Boston's Museum of Fine Arts share works

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/13 7:00P By Associated Press
BOSTON — Boston's Museum of Fine Arts has received a nearly $2 million grant to help create traveling exhibitions. The MFA says the money provided by the Terra Foundation for American Art will enable it to share works with four partner museums...

Longtime conductor of Tanglewood Festival Chorus dies

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/12 7:00P By Associated Press
BOSTON — The founder and longtime conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Tanglewood Festival Chorus has died. The BSO announced Thursday that John Oliver died at a Great Barrington hospital on Wednesday after a long illness. He was 78....

Cup runneth over with parties

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/10 7:00P By Olivia Vanni / Inside Track
Marathon Monday is almost upon us, and you know what that means: Streets overcrowded with some of the world’s craziest competitors — and plenty of parties for less fit folks who are more than happy to watch the race from the sidelines. We’ve...

Side Tracks: Meghan Trainor and more...

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/9 7:00P By Oliva Vanni
GRAB BAGS : If you’re looking to get your hands on a bag from one of Boston’s boss ladies, your time to strike is nigh. Brookview House is hosting its Power of the Purse Luncheon and Symposium on Thursday, and as the name implies, the event will...

Bush twins to talk about how they’re ‘Sisters First’

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/9 7:00P By Herald Staff
There are songs, poems and embroidered pillows extolling the joys of having a sister. Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush, aka the daughters of former President George W. Bush, tell their personal stories in Sisters First, and make the...

Radio host fired in abuse case says sorry, seeks 2nd chance

Boston Herald (Entertainment) 4/9 7:00P By Associated Press
BOSTON — A former host of one of National Public Radio's most successful programs who was fired over allegations of workplace abuse apologized on Tuesday and asked for a second chance, saying he wants to "make Boston proud again." "On Point" host...

Pet Parade: German Shepherd Resource And Rescue Center

CBS Boston (Family & Pets) 4/8 4:45A Family & Pets – CBS Boston
BOSTON (CBS) A dog up for adoption through the German Shepherd Resource and Rescue Center was featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning. Brody is a three-year-old German shepherd who has been at the...
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