The graffiti writer’s love for Priority Mail 228 labels is that which a locavore has for a fresh bunch of backyard arugula.
Pioneering Somerville artist live/work co-op celebrates 30th anniversary
Nine Moments for Now at the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African and African American Art
Outside, in a street-level window, set a bit back from the entrance, are five Karmimadeebora McMillan pieces, all collages and paint on wood. Four of the five pieces are part of McMillan’s Ms Merri Mack series. These reworked echoes of racist lawn ornaments, ...
Curtis Williams is Black, independent, and illustrating with a fiercely uninhibited nonconformist mentality.
The three-day celebration will shine spotlights on culture from the Boston area and beyond, plus pack plenty of panels and signings with book makers galore.
“It was a 1993, I think. I loved that car. It got to be 276,000 miles and the air conditioning went out, and when I took it to my guy who’d kept it running for years he said all the hoses had disintegrated because of old age.”