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Your Boston Arts Weekend By Bus Or By Car

This painting, by Lynda M. Cutrell, reinterprets a slide of mitochondria ravaged by schizophrenia. (Courtesy Hope M. Riccardi)

This painting, by Lynda M. Cutrell, reinterprets a slide of mitochondria ravaged by schizophrenia. (Courtesy Hope M. Riccardi)

It’s not Saturday morning yet but the weekend and WBUR’s Car Talk is on the brain.

Thursday night marks the world premiere of “Car Talk: The Musical!” If you’re not in the car mood, Saturday marks another weekend of the Art Bus. Plus, a music show at The Paradise and an art show at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

Guest:

  • Geoff Edgers, Radio Boston contributor; arts reporter for the Boston Globe

Geoff’s Picks:

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  • george arnold

    There have been galleries on Harrison Ave. and the surrounding neighborhood has been known by it’s annoying acronym SOWA for at least a decade, yet to Geoff Edgers, ostensibly an arts reporter, their existence has been a secret. Being a carpet-bagger is not necessarily a detriment to the practice of reporting and journalism, however lazyness certainly can be.

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