Monthly Archives: June 2014

Boston NOW: June 2014 Part One

Theater and food trucks and drag queens, oh my! Summertime has hit Boston, and there’s tons to do, people, so snap to it. Here’s what’s happening in June: Huntington Theatre Company: Smart People Huntington Playwrighting Fellow Lydia R. Diamond, author … Continue reading

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Poem: Oscar Brown Jr. “Children of Children”

Songwriter, singer, playwright, and poet, Oscar Brown, Jr. of Chicago was a civil rights activist who fought as hard for humanitarian good as he did for musical innovation. His work influenced artists like Nina Simone, Karrin Allyson, and Dee Dee … Continue reading

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Culture Update 6/2/14: Vivaldi and James Joyce in June

Greetings, culture-lovers. June has begun, and I’m very pumped for the delectable intellectual samplings just waiting to be enjoyed this season. Before I begin this culture update, I wanted to briefly mention two books on my current reading list. You’ve … Continue reading

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