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Philip Boulding and wife Pam play Celtic harps and hammered dulcimers, augmented by pennywhistles, concertina and storytelling during a concert of “Magical Strings” at the Peace Abbey in Sherborn on April 14.
Folks filled the Peace Abbey Coffeehouse on Saturday night to enjoy what could have been the last concert in that venue.
“It may be the last time we assemble here to experience music in this space,” said Peace Abbey founder Lewis Rando at the ...
It's time to break out the purple.
On Tuesday, April 24, Project Purple, an initiative of the Herren Project – a non-profit foundation established by Durfee High School graduate Chris Herren – will be making its way under Boston's city lights.
In fact, Project Purple will be THE lights of Boston.
Project Purple brings awareness to the dangers of substance abuse and sheds light on effective treatment practices, and several buildings throughout Boston, including the Prudential Center ...
From staff and news services WALTHAM, Mass. Jamill Moquette drove in two runs Tuesday for UMass-Boston, which scored five runs in the third inning and went on to a 7-5 victory against the University of Southern Maine in a Little East baseball game.
Tucker White hit a two-run triple to key a three-run first for Southern Maine (14-13, 5-3 Little East).
White added an RBI single in the seventh that cut the deficit to 6-5, but Nick Grassetti tripled home a run for UMass-Boston (16-11, 5-3) in ...
Article on an upcoming talk by UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley, hosted by the Ikeda Center for Peace, Learning, and Dialogue, on the role of education in fostering the growth, development, and empowerment of students.
Marie Angelides discusses the Town Manager search at a public forum at the Longmeadow Adult Center.
Reminder Publications photo by Chris Maza
LONGMEADOW — Longmeadow officials continue to meet with town residents through public forums in an attempt to gather as much information as possible on what they would like to see in a new Town Manager.
The second such forum took place on the morning of April 10 at the Longmeadow Adult Center with four residents in attendance.
Select Board ...
Associate Professor of Gerontology Elizabeth Dugan is quoted in this article on the increasing numbers of seniors who drive and how their families deal with dilemma of restricting their driving.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault held a press conference to welcome a sexual assault expert to speak more on National Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
ACASA welcomed Dr. David Lisak, a specialist in the study of the causes and consequences of sexual violence and the long term effects of childhood abuse in adult men to the Clinton School of Public Service.
April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a nationwide effort to promote awareness ...
People in the Occupy movement and many others are quite concerned about “corporate personhood,” and especially about the Citizens United decision. Did that Supreme Court decision in fact make a crucial difference with regard to the role of money in elections?
—Dan Schneider, Boston, Mass.
Crucial? No, I wouldn’t say crucial. The Citizens United decision of 2010 was, however, one more important link in the long chain securing the role of money in U.S. politics.
In Citizens United v. ...
By Kenneth J. Cooper While waiting in my car for a funeral repast to begin at a fraternal function hall, I noticed two young women, in their late teens or early twenties, lounging together on a stone wall at the edge of a large neighborhood park. They were wearing tight jeans and lightweight blouses that left more exposed than concealed, a revealing style of dress unremarkable in this age of excessive openness about everything. I figured they were friends relaxing on a sunny, warm afternoon. ...
Join The Trustees of Reservations and archaeologists from UMass Boston’s Fiske Center for Archaeological Research to participate in an archeological investigation from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at the Westport Town Farm, 830 Drift Road, Westport. Archaeologists from UMass Boston’s Fiske Center will be working on-site and will be available to provide guidance to volunteers interested in helping out with the dig, sifting excavated soil and exploring found artifacts. Dress appropriately and ...