Because the current practice of “every outlet for itself” is absolutely failing to rebuild local news in the US
"East Boston-based nonprofit seeks to raise funds for low-cost creative programs"
A Wild Ride Gets Wilder… and #BlackLivesMatter
Money should go to the local independent news outlets the digital giant has hurt worst
Funding 100 local news articles covering Boston area communities during the coronavirus crisis
"Big Worlds is a different type of gap bridging than our day-to-day programs because it puts our young people on stage next to artists they look up to in front of relatively large audiences."
"It’s going from Central Square in Cambridge over the Mass Ave Bridge and then into the Boston Common. Both cities are heavily affected by drugs and alcohol, and most have a deep sense of community. Families have been torn apart, and they’ve also been brought back together."
While I see lots of people who are terribly upset about losing the Improper eulogizing on Facebook, I don’t hear anybody talking about what they—or rather, what we, as a community of people who appreciate informed and clever coverage of the colorful metropolis we live in—can do to help the remaining independent outlets
Extend a hand to these Boston music charities, nonprofits, and organizations that need your help, this holiday season and beyond.
Monthly guide to Boston’s music and arts underground reaches milestone issue