A Tufts University project seeks to make “history more visible” — from slavery to Black Lives Matter — with a map of historic African-American sites in Boston and beyond.
After spending millions working to renovate and expand the complex’s interior, the Morgan shifts to revamp the historic library’s facade.
A preservation group is seeking a home for the orange wall coverings and olive-green counters from the Chicago headquarters of Johnson Publishing.
Kenyon Victor Adams, a 40-year-old artist and curator, hopes to bring Armstrong’s archive “into the 21st century.”
An attempt to preserve the home of a beloved independent bookstore points to a new way to think about saving the city’s cultural heritage.
Chirlane McCray sets a populist tone with an exhibition of female artists, long underrepresented at Gracie Mansion.
The theater, which had been closed since the late 1980s, once featured notable actors such as Katharine Hepburn and Helen Hayes. Supporters had been leading efforts to restore it.
The funding will allow the Armory to replace its 138-year-old floors in a $4 million restoration project for its 55,000-square-foot drill hall.
He was one of the most acclaimed — and confounding — architects of the 1960s; then his reputation tanked. But Rudolph’s concrete and Plexiglas buildings are winning new love.