“Reopening these businesses would provide access to the many adult-use consumers who rely on cannabis for medical purposes.”
Some of us have noticed that the Trump supporters in our lives and on our timelines are sounding increasingly absurd. So we checked up on some of the places where they get their information from, and holy cow.
In times like these, we turn to more than 100 other weekly cousins across the US for critical info. United under the Association of Alternative Newsmedia (AAN) banner, we are survivors who are well equipped to cover this sort of complete mess.
A significant amount of DigBoston’s revenue—advertising, ticketing, events—is directly tied to people getting together in groups. The situation at hand has eliminated most of this income all at once.
DigBoston will announce some of our own virtual events shortly. In the meantime, we encourage artists to use our online calendar to spread the word about their studio and living room livecasts.
"We call on Governor Baker to shut down all non-essential businesses in Massachusetts, as quickly as possible."
"Within four minutes, my housing, food, and mental health all played ping-pong with each other determining what will be the next steps. You can plan for rainy days, but as an artist each day is a rainy day.”
Do you simply need to vent about the event that you planned for months that has been postponed? How about your bills—are you going to have trouble paying rent this month as a result of not being able to work?
On FlashLight, a new LP with producer Lightfoot, Flash comes strong as a solo artist, breaking beats over his knee along with stereotypes about group members going at it alone.
"Big Worlds is a different type of gap bridging than our day-to-day programs because it puts our young people on stage next to artists they look up to in front of relatively large audiences."