The Zeiterion Theatre hosted their annual season preview party this evening. Members and community partners were invited tonight to celebrate the success of last year's season while also catching a glimpse into what the 2015-2016 season will hold.
Leadership Southcoast wants New Bedford residents weighing their options on a potential casino to hear from a cross-section of their community.
The 11-year-old organization has organized a forum at the Zeiterion Theater Wednesday night, inviting not only representatives from KG Urban Enterprises to speak, but also public safety officials, clergy, business owners, and more...
The first phase of a major renovation project at the Zeiterion Theater was officially unveiled Sunday afternoon.
Along with Mayor Jon Mitchell, City Councilors, and members of the theater's board of directors, there were some special guests in attendance.
The New Bedford City Council will consider establishing two funds aimed at improving parking infrastructure in the city.
The Council's Committee on Ordinances has reviewed and amended a motion set forth by Mayor Jon Mitchell, which would ultimately compile revenue from parking meters and parking tickets, and reinvest those monies into the downtown and Acushnet Avenue business district...
September may traditionally be a wasteland of half-baked films that are getting dumped because they weren't fit to open in a proper month, but the lack of competition can actually be a good thing. Could 'Prisoners,' a film made specifically for an adult audience, have opened this well if it was released in a busier month? Probably not.
James Wan has done it again. For the second time this year, a horror film that he's directed has opened to over $40 million, securing his position as the reigning king of mainstream horror cinema. He may be taking a break from the genre to direct 'Fast and Furious 7,' but after the jaw-dropping success of 'The Conjuring' and now 'Insidious Chapter 2,' you just know he'll be back. No one is bringin