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A postmodern dance lineage sings

Brown's newest work, Les Yeux et l'âme , is a suite of dances from Jean-Philippe Rameau's opera Pygmalion , which Brown directed in Europe last year.
Forest forays
By MARCIA B. SIEGEL  |  August 26, 2011
Last but not least

Last but not least

Photo: JOEL VEAK When it comes to the qualities that bartending connoisseurs look for in a cocktail, you couldn't find a more perfect match than...
By Luke ONeil  |  September 20, 2010
A marriage of equals

A marriage of equals



I was curious when I learned that Jeremy Sewall, chef-owner of Lineage in Brookline, was going to be running the kitchen at Eastern Standard. Was there a message here? Another bistro casualty? Trouble in the kitchen at Eastern Standard? Thankfully, the answer was none of the above. Two success stories added together equals one big win.

Almost since the day it opened, Eastern Standard has been packing them in at the bar and on the patio, with parties queuing up for those burgundy booths both before and after the game. In only four years, Eastern Standard has established its niche as a scene, a breakthrough bar, and a damned good place to eat. “Comfortable food with polish” is how proprietor Garrett Harker describes it. But Harker, a hospitality perfectionist, wants more. “Restaurants are all about balance. We could just ride the
By Louisa Kasdon  |  April 03, 2009



There are at least three kinds of lineage invoked here.
Jeremy Sewall does his heritage proud
By ROBERT NADEAU  |  April 19, 2006