People gathered in a warm, intimate room in the North End facing a table with an open bottle of wine in the back for anyone that was interested. The night began with an invitation to the open mic, and two volunteers stood to share their work. The volunteers’ poetry was unique, sentimental, and witty. To…
While the interaction of water with the coastline can never be predicted exactly, engineer Kirk Bosma warned that if the Boston coastline stays on its present path, the sea level is projected to rise eight feet by mid-century, which would inflict devastating environmental impacts in Boston.
In its 23rd year, Canstruction Boston not only celebrates artistic ingenuity and creation but also uses that artistic expression to raise awareness around the troubling issue of food insecurity. 21 teams contributed their work to the installation at the BSA Space and Atlantic Wharf.
On Saturday, the 2018 March for Science took place at Christopher Columbus Park in Boston. Marchers rallied to push for climate legislation and scientifically driven public policy.
Conversation at “The Future of Food Products” included advice on the importance of seizing the moment, consumer rate of change, the problem of packaging, and incorporating giving back into the company.
The streets of South Boston were filled with people decked out in the colors of Ireland’s flag for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Floats and marching bands were in full force to proceed along a shortened parade route.
The annual Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair is a haven for avid book collectors. This intellectual gathering boasts limited edition books ranging from poetry and diaries to antiquated world maps.
Fed up with the unbearable noise coming from the apartment above, Erica Walker founded Noisescore, an app geared towards monitoring sound in cities across the country.