April 19 Black Artists Speak: Opportunity, Activism & Community Boston Running from April 19 through the 22, artists Heather Hart and Jina Valentine will be at Boston University conducting Black Lunch Table sessions and wiki edit-a-thons, as well as participating in a public panel discussion on black artists and activism. The Kickback Downtown Boston The KickBack gathers trill millennials in an unpretentious space to eat, socialize, … Continue reading Boston Come Through: April 17-23
April 12 Boston’s Grown-Ups Museum Boston Ballgames, brats, and brews…Boston Grown-Ups Museum (21+) is back so spread the news!! Get ready to kick off spring with a night dedicated to one of Boston’s favorite games!! Show off your expert cornhole skills, throw your best fastball in our Speed Pitch, and create your own one-of-a-kind dinosaur in our brand new “Explore-a-Saurus” exhibit! April 13 Lifted Boston … Continue reading Boston Come Through: April 10-16
April 1 Haitian American Medical Association Launch Event Cambridge The launch event will be an interactive eight-member panel of Haitian American professionals that will motivate, and empower Haitian American youth and young adults. This event is geared towards pouring back into our communities; helping the future generation to understand that success and struggle are counter parts when aiming for success. Furthermore, this event will be … Continue reading Boston Come Through: April 1-9
When my style blogger friends [@plussizebeausion @houseofamparo @thecurvycoalition] came up with the idea to do a plus size thrifted date night look, I was like “uh oh.” Now, don’t get me wrong, I love me some clothes and I definitely love me some DISCOUNTED clothing, but my thrifting experiences being a woman with a little more cushion have sometimes been far from pleasant. Those who can … Continue reading Bad, Boujee & Thrifted! The Plus Size Edition.
March 15 Sanaa with Friends Presents Paint Party at Dudley Dough Roxbury Sanaa with Friends will be at Darryl’s recreating ‘Rose’. No prior experience necessary. Doors open at 5:30pm and Instruction begins promptly at 6pm. Arrive on time to get your smock, paint and select your seat! If you desire more time to unwind, grab a glass of wine and some pizza, visit with friends … Continue reading Boston Come Through: March 15-31, 2017
Thursday, March 2 An American Photography Experience Watertown Photographer Khabeer Sultan’s An American Experience celebrates the brilliance and complexities of black men and men of color, while challenging stereotypes in American history and mainstream media. His work has been profiled in The Boston Globe, Bay State Banner, and Metro. The exhibit will run throughout the month of March in the T. Ross Kelly Family Gallery … Continue reading Boston Come Through: March 1-12
Black Hurt I have created arson out of my emotions I have set people and ideas on fire in my mind I have burned the peace between the crevasses of my eyes I no longer wish to see myself bleed through the words black men speak so shortly and so plainly What happened to our love, our passion What happened What happened to the company … Continue reading Black Hurt by Thessa Solita Andrade