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Alamo Drafthouse, the beloved Texas theater chain that provides audiences with in-house food and drinks, is opening its first Boston location in Seaport on Nov. 17.
Diane Hanks' novel “The Woman with a Purple Heart” tells the untold story of Annie Fox, a WWII lieutenant and nurse whose pivotal support in Pearl Harbor has become a footnote in history.
I interviewed Daniel Goldhaber on his film "How to Blow Up a Pipeline," which turns an academic argument into a crowd-pleasing heist thriller.
[BAAFF] B-Side: For Taylor parallels the lives of a teenage girl and her adoptive father with a Korean family who just moved to the same neighborhood, and comes to a very empathetic conclusion about family and acceptance.
Maggie Betts’ “The Burial” converts the conventional courtroom drama formula into a legal crowd-pleaser with much heart.
[BAAFF] "Starring Jerry as Himself" turns a conventional documentary format on its head, and ends up being as heartwarming as it is self-reflexive.
The Max, Emerson College’s beloved student eatery, recently underwent some unsavory renovations. But why do students care so much?
An essay on Karen Carpenter, martyrdom, and obsession.