A writeup on upcoming film festivals recommends festivalgoers check out “The Art & Politics of End Credits,” moderated by UMass Boston Film Series curator Chico Colvard. It's happening Sunday, April 28 at 1 p.m. at Somerville Theatre.
What did you drink today? Do you know what is actually in your beverage? Did you know the average 20 oz. soft drink has at least 12 teaspoons of sugar?
Join us on Wednesday April 17th at 10:00 am at the Thomas Crane Public Library for a fun and in
The world's first Internet Cat Video Festival was an unparalleled and unexpected success. A viral sensation online, sparking news headlines worldwide, the festival itself saw the convergence of 10,000 people -- some in costumes, others cradling kitty
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Political Science Department Chairman Paul Watanabe told NECN that each of the mayoral hopefuls have certain useful constituencies backing them, and the candidate most successful at expanding his or her base will likely win the election.
Political Science Department Chairman Paul Watanabe says Councilor at Large Felix Arroyo, who is announcing his candidacy for Boston mayor today, “has a real shot” to win as the first minority candidate to enter the race in an increasingly diverse city. “Arroyo is the only major candidate representing the new majority,” Watanabe said.
New England has one of the largest populations of Portuguese-Americans in the country, and with 192,000 of them in Metro Boston alone, this is where they will be celebrating their culture with the eighth annual Portuguese American Festival this sprin