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Robert Torres

Chris Thile performing at the Sanders Theater on Oct. 20, as part of the Celebrity Series of Boston.

Elijah Mena
Alan Markfield

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger in Escape Plan.

Stu Rosner

Stephane Deneve and Yo-Yo Ma with the Boston Symphony Orchestra on Oct. 3.

Ian Douglas

Pianist Yuja Wang performed her Boston recital debut at NEC’s Jordan Hall on Oct. 18.

Darial R. Sneed

Jessica Huot ’06 (left) and Elisa Angeli (right) perform in Falling Leaves, choreographed by Douglas Webster, for Ice Theatre of New York.

David Seelig

Kim Navarro and Brent Bommentre of the Ice Dance Theatre of New York performing a duet in Reveries, a piece about an artist finding his muse.

Brantley Gutierrez

Chris Thile, a mandolinist who was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship earlier this year.

Rex Lam

Salmon on blue cheese polenta at The Elephant Walk, a French-Cambodian restaurant with locations in Cambridge and Boston.

Studio Olafur Eliasson

Eliasson creating light graphite with one of his inventions, “Little Sun,” a solar-powered lamp for developing countries.

Judy Selednik

Actress Barbara Schulz stars in the one-woman show Marie-Antoinette, In Her Own Words presented by Suffolk University and the French Theatrical Foundation last weekend.

Marc Baptiste

Janelle Monáe, for whom Boston’s City Council declared Oct. 16, 2013 “Janelle Monáe Day.”

Studio Olafur Eliasson

2014 Eugene McDermott Award winner, Olafur Eliasson. The award, presented by the Council for the Arts at MIT, includes artist residency, pop-up exhibitions, public lectures, and a $100,000 prize. Eliasson’s work encompasses a broad range of practices, from philosophical investigations of light, color, and atmosphere to devices for developing countries.