“That’s the kind of gift that I want to give people.”
An indoor screening of digital media art
"It can be awkward being home for the holidays; sometimes, it’s more awkward when you find out more about your dad than you planned on."
“We are warriors, we come from roots and ancestors who fight and protect”
During the pandemic, trans people have faced yet more barriers to treatment
Have you checked out your new downtown Boston dispensary yet? We visited Ascend Wellness in North Station to check out their new facility and for a chat with MassGrow and Ascend Mass CEO Andrea Cabral.
“I stand before you as the first woman and the first Black mayor of Boston, the city that I love. I come to this day with a life experience that is different from the men who came before me."
Now, the singer and composer is aiming to take center stage himself
“I’m not afraid, whatever happens happens,” Thomas said. “That’s just the way it is.”
Performing artists are facing particularly high unemployment in this COVID-wracked year of 2020. Alison Qu, Jude Torres and Alexa Albanese are Boston local artists who live under this pandemic. These interviews were conducted between September to November. Here is a video for their stories during this unprecedented time.