“I just love the marriage of soul with these kinds of jazzy elements and improvisations … It’s just a good time … That’s something I really identified with.”
“Every time we’ve played it, it’s a big, giant, fucking awesome, party where everybody is invited to have a good time and everytime I’ve been there, I dance my fucking ass off.”
"The point is that we are not some giant event booking nationally famous bands. This is for JP, for the community"
Just because the T is super old doesn’t mean it used to be safe, reliable, or a legislative priority
A free series “celebrating artwork created by youth artists and community participants”
We rolled up a dozen cones, plus packed the requisite edibles and a few pens for backup, and started by heading south on the Blue Line.
“In the end, what we did was have everyone write about how the housing crisis affects them personally.”
New work by Julia Csekö opens Saturday, May 21
Longtime JP music and creative mainstay serves up another memoir (of sorts)
The new piece was celebrated at the Jamaica Plain Branch of the Boston Public Library and Boston Centers for Youth and Families Curtis Hall