The 60s were a groovy time for over-the-top fashion, television, and more. This month’s PEM/PM event brought some classic 60s flair to the atrium in the form of music,...
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Living and Selling the Dream: Exploring Lifestyle Aspirations through California Design
Just a few steps into the Peabody Essex Museum’s newest exhibition, California Design 1930-1965, we see two black-and-white aerial photos of a Los Angeles intersection. The...
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Artopia
March’s PEM/PM event, Artopia, was arguably one of the most lavish PEM/PM events in the museum’s history. A wide range of music, an incredible array of local artwork,...
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Feedback
February’s PEM/PM event, Feedback, filled the Peabody Essex Museum with sound. Guitarists Randy Roos and Bruce Bartlett played together while other performers (including a...
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The Whale
To say Stephen Hunter’s The Whale at Boston’s SpeakEasy Stage through April 5 is simply about a 600-pound man, estranged from his family and dying in his rundown Idaho...
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Words & Music
What must it have been like to hear an adolescent Wolfgang Amadeus perform in the Salzburg court before he was simply Mozart, with all the weight and expectation that comes with...
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