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“Gracie,” about a grandson and his ailing grandmother, is playing the 2016 Roxbury International Film Festival (at the Museum of Fine Arts)

Gracie, about a grandson and his ailing grandmother, is playing the 2016 Roxbury International Film Festival (at the Museum of Fine Arts)

Courtesy of the Roxbury International Film Festival

Arts

Independent films by and about people of color

4.15.16

A rare copy of Shakespeare's First Folio Courtesy of Houghton Library

Celebrating four centuries of Shakespeare at Harvard

4.19.16

“Gracie,” about a grandson and his ailing grandmother, is playing the 2016 Roxbury International Film Festival (at the Museum of Fine Arts)

Gracie, about a grandson and his ailing grandmother, is playing the 2016 Roxbury International Film Festival (at the Museum of Fine Arts)

Courtesy of the Roxbury International Film Festival

Independent films by and about people of color

May-June 2016

Dance director and senior lecturer Jill Johnson leading Music 12, “The Harvard Dance Project”

Dance director and senior lecturer Jill Johnson leading Music 12, “The Harvard Dance Project”

Photograph by Stu Rosner

A concentration “400 years in the making,” and two semesters old

May-June 2016

Gardens soften the stark look of the Colonial-era House of the Seven Gables

Gardens soften the stark look of the Colonial-era House of the Seven Gables

Photograph courtesy of Frank C. Grace, Trig Photography

Nathaniel Hawthorne's Salem muse was preserved by philanthropist Caroline Emmerton.

May-June 2016

Fred Crafts (at right), with classmate Bob Krumveida (left) and a friend, Bob Ciccone, at Monomoy in November 1949

Fred Crafts (at right), with classmate Bob Krumveida (left) and a friend, Bob Ciccone, at Monomoy in November 1949
Photograph courtesy of Frederic A. Crafts Jr.

Fred Crafts ’50 combines memoir and appreciation of Cape Cod’s natural wonders in Remembering Monomoy.

May-June 2016

Male blue ghost fireflies (Phasis reticulata) weave glowing paths in the forest as they search for wingless females.

Photograph by Spencer Black

Fireflies, dating and love, growing old, and other recent books with Harvard connections

May-June 2016