The closing of the bridge to Long Island has displaced hundreds of the city’s most vulnerable residents into the streets of Boston, with homelessness in Massachusetts at an all-time high.
With sea levels expected to rise, coastal cities around the world—including Boston—are preparing to waterproof their infrastructures.
The organizers of Boston Calling aren’t happy entertaining the city twice a year—so they hosted weekly events all summer, ending tonight.
One of the only open park spaces of its kind with a liquor license, the Lawn on D provides activities and art installments on 2.7 acres.
Boston Calling will return for the fourth time since its inception in May 2013—and it is this pace that co-founder Brian Appel says has kept the festival growing.
As college students move back into Boston’s neighborhoods, deeper issues with the city’s housing are again revealed.