Rachel Whitney, an event planner and marketing manager for Blazing Paddles, was a little surprised when first approached with the concept of bringing table tennis to the sports bar scene, but as she talked to more people, ranging from avid competitors to those who have not enjoyed the game since playing in a friend’s or relative’s basement, she came to a realization. […]
By: Sarah Moore
Currently, the Boston Public Library’s McKim Exhibition Hall holds 150 pairs of running shoes, tattered from the 26.2-mile stretch they endured before being left in Copley Square. These shoes, Sharpie-tattooed with messages of support and inspiration, are part of a new BPL exhibit.
Students preparing to enjoy the Boston Marathon should remember why we are celebrating and try to choose a shirt that is both fun and respectful. […]
Originally founded in 1973 to serve as a hotline center to field calls from rape survivors, the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center is now one of the largest independent sexual assault crisis centers in Massachusetts. […]
By: Maggie Maretz
Originally founded in 1973 to serve as a hotline center to field calls from rape survivors, the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) is now one of the largest independent sexual assault crisis centers in Massachusetts.
By: Mary Rose Fissinger
The Boston Public Library (BPL) has two faces-and one of them is getting a serious face lift.