Two-day BCMFest of Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton and other Celtic music; Royally Talented 2 talent show; Boston Chili Takedown; Boston 2016 No Pants Subway Ride; and Town Hall variety show with comedy and politics.
Ti-Grace Atkinson, an early National Organization of Women leader and founder of a radical 1960s feminist splinter group, is applying her advocacy skills to equitable housing issues in one of the priciest real estate markets in the country.
Either/Orchestra 30th Anniversary Concert; a CRLS World Jazz Ensemble performance and Winter A Cappella Jam; holiday gift shopping fairs; a Christmas carol stroll; and Liquid Courage comedy with Zach Sherwin.
The 21st Conference of the Parties concluded this weekend in Paris, producing the first-ever global climate change agreement. Through the agreement, all 196 countries in the world have […]
City councillor Marc McGovern has partnered with city business associations for a second year to address the shortage of winter necessities among the homeless population – and is crowdsourcing support as well, with a $10,000 Indiegogo campaign.
Q Division/Concerted Efforts/Moontower Holiday Party; “The Christmas Revels: A Welsh Celebration of the Winter”; Holiday Pops with the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra; the Comics Winter Solstice Extravaganza; and the Sailor Moon Shoujo Spectacular.
“Same Sex Marriage Portrait Project” art reception; “An Evening with ‘Radio Boston’” book talk; “The Prison Problem” talk featuring Prodigy; All-America City Grooversity Festival; and “The Lion & The Clown: A Rumi Lovesong for Beauty & the Beast” musical play.
Voting on the city’s second participatory budgeting process runs from Dec. 5-12, with residents age 12 and older invited to help decide how to spend $600,000 of the city’s capital budget.
Friday After Thanksgiving (F.A.T.) Chain Reaction Event; “Arabian Nights”; Charles Hotel tree lighting; Post-Thanksgiving Throwdown rock show; and Scharpling & Wurster live.
Extensive partnerships between the city’s high school, Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown and the University of Massachusetts at Boston loom large in the mission of the new Office of College Success, but are among many of its tools.