“The four-day event begins the day after Christmas and features live performances by local writers, playwrights, and actors.”
A free series “celebrating artwork created by youth artists and community participants”
"From almost 200 submissions, 14 photographers hailing from New England and around the United States have been selected for this much anticipated annual exhibition"
"The show is a pointedly-Black, staged gallery experience housed in traditionally non-Black spaces"
“The team is responsibly committed to helping guide guests make choices that celebrate, as well as ensure the longevity of, New England’s fishing and aquaculture industries.”
Conglomerate’s woes throw Boston HQ deal contradictions into bold relief
What a surprise. General Electric is tanking, and the scheme to bring the multinational’s headquarters to Boston is looking worse by the day. And whom shall the public blame if that once-secret deal cut by Gov. Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh in January 2016 goes south? Potentially ...
It’s the situation that arises when a giant corporation like GE wants extraordinary amounts of state money to site facilities in the Commonwealth.
The terms of the essentially secret deal that led to this situation—brokered by high public officials and GE leadership with no public oversight whatsoever—are already being violated.
“Allston is a great neighborhood,” he says. “That’s why we wanted to push the cafe concept. This will be somewhere [locals] will want to hang out in.”
Plenty to do during some really nice days coming up.