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Pao Arts Center celebrates five years, new installation comes to Mary Soo Hoo Park
‘A new wave of joy:’  How Boston’s live music scene has made its post-pandemic comeback

May 17, 2022

  There aren’t many places that provide a greater sense of community than live music venues:...

Thousands react to Roe v. Wade leaked draft at Boston Common rally

May 16, 2022

  Thousands of supporters baked under the near-record high temperatures gathered at Boston Common...

[VIDEO] Green Line expansion increases push for rent control in Somerville

May 12, 2022

  When planning for the Green Line Extension was started in 2006, it was exciting for many Somerville...

‘If we don’t do something, we will be bearing the cost:’ How stormwater pollution is contaminating Boston’s waterways

May 10, 2022

As much as 500 million gallons of sewage, mixed with stormwater, flow into Boston harbor through rivers...

Red Sox kick off AAPI Heritage Month at Fenway Park

May 7, 2022

On Tuesday evening, Jersey Street was filled with Red Sox fans geared up for a game against the Los Angeles...

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Pao Arts Center celebrates five years, new installation comes to Mary Soo Hoo Park
‘A new wave of joy:’  How Boston’s live music scene has made its post-pandemic comeback

May 17, 2022

  There aren’t many places that provide a greater sense of community than live music venues:...

A work in progress: Developing equitable spaces for artistry to flourish in Boston

May 9, 2022

  Creative professionals generally require money and connections to fuel their practice regardless...

We shall not be moved: Villa Victoria, the destruction of the working-class community landmark in the South End
Local pastor alters the coverage of Boston’s Black community

May 4, 2022

In Boston’s large media market, many prominent news organizations fail to cover anything besides the...

More free and more human – community college reimagined in Dorchester

May 3, 2022

  After surviving an abusive relationship, a nearly paralyzing accident and the murder of her...

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Trust the Process: Tim Hall, HipStory and resilience
Changemaker: 826 Boston empowers students through writing programs

March 3, 2022

  In 2007 the late Boston Mayor Menino cut a bright red ribbon in front of the Greater Boston...

Changemaker: Toy Burton aims to lift the stigma on mental illness and provide resources to Boston’s communities of color

February 24, 2022

  Editor's note: The following interview makes mention of self-harm and suicide. Reader discretion...

Changemaker: Boston’s poet laureate, Porsha Olayiwola

February 21, 2022

Porsha Olayiwola is a poetic force. A writer, performer, educator, and curator, she is Boston’s current...

Changemaker: Cheryl Buchanan on breaking through the margins in writing

November 29, 2021

When Cheryl Buchanan was a lawyer defending victims of sexual assault at the hands of the Catholic Church,...

Christina Pascucci-Ciampa creates a safe space at All She Wrote Books

November 22, 2021

Christina Pascucci-Ciampa started the All She Wrote Books pop-up shop in 2019 as a three-tiered cart...

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