Law Students for Reproductive Justice and the American Constitution Society of Boston College Law School hosted a panel on Thursday to discuss the recently passed Texas Senate Bill 8 (SB 8), which prohibits the abortion of an unborn fetus with a detectable heartbeat.
Doors Find New Homes Through Online Auction
Newton Community Pride (NCP) auctioned off the 21 doors that were displayed for its public art initiative Newton Out Doors.
Newly Renovated Allen House Welcomes Art and Performers
After over eight years of renovations, the Nathaniel T. Allen House, located at 35 Webster St. in West Newton, has finished its transformation into a multi-purpose space now known as the Nathaniel Allen Center for Arts and Culture.
Brookline Booksmith Opens New Chapter with the Novel Kitchen
Brookline Booksmith has served as an integral part of Coolidge Corner for over 60 years as an independent and family-owned bookstore. The bookstore has now expanded into the food industry with The Novel Kitchen, offering a place for customers to sit and grab a bite to eat with friends or a good book within its store.
Newton Al Fresco Dining To Return on April 1
Newton Al Fresco, an initiative started in 2020 to bring outdoor dining to local restaurants, is returning on April 1. The project will allow restaurants to convert open spaces into outdoor dining areas decorated by local artists.
Newton Project Takeout and Nourishing Newton Support the Community
To help Newton families suffering from food insecurity and to support local businesses, the Rotary Club of Newton is involved with two projects—Newton Project Takeout and Nourishing Newton—which purchase meals from local restaurants and deliver food to Newton residents in need.
Boston Teens Curate ‘Black Histories, Black Futures’ Exhibit at the MFA
Partnering with various youth empowerment groups, the MFA selected six Boston-area teens to curate the exhibit, highlighting prominent Black artists.