“A summary of the experience that the oppressed Chinese people have been going through for so long and their strong desire to come out as who they are.”
All photos taken this past weekend in Boston by Keiko Hiromi
Among the highlights, Weezer returned five years after their previous appearance for a 19-song set that spanned their catalog, including their cover of Toto's “Africa” and “Buddy Holly”
After a two-and-a-half hour shutdown, music resumed with Orville Peck, the mysterious masked man from South Africa by way of Canada
Nine Inch Nails were brought in to headline the first night of Boston Calling after the Foo Fighters bowed out in the wake of the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins.
An American mourns the life of a close friend taken by one of the final US drone strikes of a senseless 20-year war
It’s hard to imagine a more memorable musical experience to help emerge from a pandemic, from the IG-friendly backdrop to the tight backing band and Amandi’s golden pipes.
"The tensions and unrest in Minnesota are rooted in the history of the brutality, murder, and denial of justice by the government."
A community candle vigil honoring victims of anti-Asian violence was held in Union Square in Somerville on April 10.
“Please leave out your privilege, and please open your eyes and see the gender and racial violence.”