Pride Month begins, a COVID ambassador program, and Union United hosts a walking tour relating to displacement Welcome to the Somerville Wire’s June 8 Weekly Roundup—a fast look at local news published every Tuesday at somervillewire.news. Readers with Somerville-focused news tips or press releases or calendar items or letter and opinion submissions can send them […]
We are excited to announce that one of our recent features, “Unbearable Pressure: For members of the Asian LGBTQ community, Boston can be solid ground for personal discovery and advocacy. Still, some stories remain untold,” has also been published by Sampan, the only bilingual Chinese-English Newspaper in New England
For members of the Asian LGBTQ community, Boston can be solid ground for personal discovery and advocacy. Still, some stories remain untold.
From “Momentum” at Kayafas Gallery | Photo by Nathaniel J. Fink Inclusivity (finally) hits Boston’s art scene, plans for longevity BLAA’s planning committee meets, as many of Boston’s most interesting (read DIY) arts organizations do, in the living room of one of its members. May’s monthly meeting gets underway at dusk and by candlelight. Tone […]