Peabody Essex Museum expansion to open in September

The Salem museum will be adding 40,000 square feet.

Your Week Ahead

Five things to do in and around Boston, July 15-21

Celebrate Irish culture in song, trade your old books, mark the moon landing, and more.

Stage Review

Ideas and emotions swirl through ‘Dear Evan Hansen’

The Tony-winning musical, now at the Opera House, feels both of-our-moment and built to last.

TV Critic’s Corner

‘Avenue 5’ takes ‘Veep’ creator back to HBO

Armando Iannucci has created a space comedy set 40 years into the future, when space tourism is all the rage.

The Ticket: What’s happening in the local arts world

This week’s picks from Globe critics.


Looking into the darkness, at Mills Gallery

“In the Words, In the Bones,” a sobering and strangely hopeful exhibition, considers the content and consequences of cultural silence.

@Large | Michael Andor Brodeur

What we talk about when we talk about #BagelBoss

One viral video seems to contain a dozen stories at the same time.

Dance Review

The simple gift of the Shaker experience, reimagined in dance

Reggie Wilson/Fist and Heel Performance Group is premiering Wilson’s “POWER” at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival.

My Instagram: Isabelle Higgins

Isabelle Higgins doesn’t want the viewer to look for closure in her work. She wants the viewer to struggle: to find something new at each glance, she said. 

In Focus

In Focus: Some truth about true crime

“Behind Closed Doors” is a two-part HBO documentary about a long-unsolved murder in India.

Things to Do

The Weekender: French films, first-rate fests, and OMG ‘Evan Hansen’! 

The Globe’s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.

TV Critic’s Corner

Paramount show will revisit ‘Sexy Beast’ character

The network has announced an upcoming series that gives us the origin story of Gal Love, the character played by Ray Winstone in the 2000 film.

From his podcast to movies, it’s all personal for Marc Maron

At 55, he’s in a place where he is finally enjoying stability after years of struggles.

Kumail Nanjiani gets behind the wheel in ‘Stuber’

The comedy joins a distinctive film genre: the driver movie.

Creating a learning environment with the new play ‘Greater Good’

This immersive, site-specific world premiere by playwright Kirsten Greenidge unfolds inside a progressive independent school in Boston.