Irish or not, the Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade gave everyone an excuse to celebrate, a little excessively, together—and I look forward to joining the green adorned masses in 2015. […]
“Live Through This” is a series of portraits of suicide attempt survivors, whose pictures are snapped immediately after each individual recounts his or her own story, in order to capture the confusing mixture of pain and triumph each had just relived. […]
By: Ryan Towey
Starting on Friday, March 28, the MBTA will launch its Late Night Pilot Program, in which all subway and Key Bus routes will run service for an extra hour and a half on Fridays and Saturdays, and businesses are calling it a good move.
By: Ryan Towey
MassEquality, the leading gay rights organization in the state of Massachusetts, today released the contents of a letter sent to the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council-the organizers of the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in South Boston-regarding the contention between the two groups that has marked the weeks leading up to the parade.
By: Tricia Tiedt
Walsh is now following through on his promise to address city violence with the creation of the Mayor’s Safety Initiative. Last Friday, Walsh announced that the initiative-crafted with the intention of curbing violence in Boston-will be led by Leon Graves and Daniel Mulhern.
By: Maggie Maretz
For the first time ever, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is presenting a new series called Stir, which features a blend of contemporary art, music, and performances.
By: Vince Rubertone
Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, and Boston School Committee Chair Michael O’Neill announced the organization of a Search Committee to begin the national search for a new permanent Superintendent of the Boston Public Schools.