“My artwork has to do with breaking down symbolism and all the other ‘isms’ that imprison us.” Continue reading
Author Archives: JENNIFER CHOI
I hate public transportation. It’s crowded, never on time and always smells like Cheetos and leather. Between holding my breath and trying to keep my grip on the graphic novel I’ve been pouring over, the last thing I want is a friendly tap on the shoulder from a Belmont mom with an expression that says: “Don’t you think you’re a little too old for that?” Continue reading
In the world of information technology services, few take the time to enjoy the pleasure of theatre and the sensual art of burlesque. Sadly, there’s little over lap between computer systems and software and the performing arts. Yet among those few, Scratch—founder and organizer of the Great Burlesque Expo—found a way to continue preserving the passion and the art for him and for the future.
Cycling is strong in Boston and the tradition of custom frame building is an art that’s been passed down and cherished throughout the community for years. One of Boston’s leading custom bike building institutions—Geekhouse Bikes—is a shining example of how the tradition continues. Continue reading