Screenings and an author book talk
PAO ARTS CENTER PRESENTS “FOUND IN TRANSLATION”
The play reading will explore what it means to be an immigrant in Boston
CROSSING: STORIES OF IMMIGRATION
Pao Arts Center in Chinatown will be hosting the exploration in immigration journeys
DIG THIS: BOSTON ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL AIMS TO EMPOWER
The program will showcase Asian American experiences, in a virtual format
DIG THIS: 15th ANNIVERSARY FILMS AT THE GATE FESTIVAL
The festival highlights stories and work of Asian immigrant and Asian American filmmakers and artists
SPECIAL FEATURE: UNBEARABLE PRESSURE
For members of the Asian LGBTQ community, Boston can be solid ground for personal discovery and advocacy. Still, some stories remain untold.
PROVISION QUEST: ALLSTON IS GETTING A NEW VEGETARIAN CAFE
DiSabatino says that he and Arnold had been talking about partnering for a project, and when the space opened and they found the right opportunity to pair up, in a space literally next door to Roxy’s brick-and-mortar space.
RICEBURG RIGHT AHEAD: “CHEF” FILM-INSPIRED FOOD TRUCK ROLLS INTO TOWN
“Rice plates are delicious and everything, you can’t really hold it on the subway or something. So we wanted to combine the convenience of a hamburger and the deliciousness of an Asian rice plate.”
ASIAN REFUGE: YOUR PREVIEW OF BANYAN BAR + REFUGE OPENING IN JULY
The team has enlisted Phillip Tang of East by Northeast in Cambridge to help usher in a new era of Asian gastropub glory to a now-legendary corner of the South End’s dining scene.
OBNOXIOUS CROWE-ING: ALOHA IS A LONG WAYS OFF, IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE
Most of the film is artlessly sunny and overlit to excess, looking like a cheap painting you might find for sale at a beachfront souvenir shop.