Organized by students in the wake of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD) in Parkland, Fla. last month, thousands participated in the rally March for Our Lives on Saturday to protest gun violence. Participants marched from Roxbury at Madison Park Technical Vocational High School down Columbus Ave. to Boston Common. […]
For this year’s season, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum partnered with Berklee College of Music to host its RISE music series. On Thursday, the event hosted a Boston-based husband-and-wife duo, the A-Beez, for the release of their second studio album entitled ‘Say Goodbye.’ […]
Conversation at “The Future of Food Products” included advice on the importance of seizing the moment, consumer rate of change, the problem of packaging, and incorporating giving back into the company. […]
In an effort to give visitors a taste of what the market has to offer each day of the year, the Boston Public Market hosted its second annual open house on March 20. Fresh produce, handmade goods, baked treats, and more were sold at the 35 pop-up and private vendors. […]
The streets of South Boston were filled with people decked out in the colors of Ireland’s flag for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Floats and marching bands were in full force to proceed along a shortened parade route. […]
Four female members of the Boston Printmakers used etching, lithography, relief printmaking, and mono printing to depict figurative images of women’s issues in Boston City Hall’s “March Four Women” gallery.
With a candid look at suicide, the stigma surrounding it, and the depression that may accompany it, Every Brilliant Thing captures the viewer’s attention using only the relatability and resilience of the human spirit that Adrianne Krstansky so incredibly channels. […]
On Monday, Senators Warren and Markey, Mayor Marty Walsh, among others, spoke in support of unions, and joined rally-goers in protest of the pending Supreme Court case Janus vs. ASFCME. […]
On Feb. 7, “Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today” opened at the ICA. Ideas explored within the exhibition include surveillance, the control of information, and the human body, which are all examined in the context of the internet.
The ICA presents a collection of photographs by Boston-based artist Nicholas Nixon that captures the passage of time and the beauty of age. The exhibit includes Nixon’s ‘The Brown Sisters,’ a series of group portraits of his wife Bebe and her three sisters, taken annually since 1975. […]