The founder of NEHSJC was never a journalist. But she understood its power, until her death in 2011.
Happy Pryde: The groundbreaking of Boston’s first affordable LGBTQ+ senior housing
Located in Hyde Park, the building will contain 74 rental units and 10,000 square feet of public space.
How the ICA Boston thrived during COVID
During closures, the Seaport museum stayed connected with audiences by offering virtual options.
At the Kennedy Center, Sanders and Graham go head-to-head
The chief goal of the exchange wasn’t to highlight their differences, but rather to show they could work together.
An inside look at Brookline’s ‘The Ground We Walk’ exhibit
In its 23rd year, the art show was created by a group of outdoor sculptors and conceptual artists.
‘My work is important’: Tiana Woodard on covering Boston’s Black neighborhoods
The Boston Globe reporter found her position through Report For America, a nonprofit that deploys reporters nationwide.