Opinion

A Boston Boom, but not for everyone

Jan 9
As someone who was born and raised in the South End/ Lower Roxbury neighborhood along Harrison Avenue back in the days before gentrification came in and changed housing patterns, and not so much for the good.

ABCD calls for end to government shutdown

By ABCD | Jan 9
As the government shutdown enters its third week, millions of Americans face life-threatening hunger and hardship, with funding running out for food stamps, tax refunds/credits, WIC, school lunches, and Section 8 and other subsidized housing programs.

Hart's heartless apology

Hart's heartless apology

By Rev. Irene Monroe | Dec 20
While I will continue to argue that the African American community doesn't have a patent on homophobia, it does, however, have a problem with it.

Reducing disposable bags in Boston

By Mayor Marty Walsh | Dec 12
The City of Boston's new plastic bag ordinance is a big step forward in our work to cut carbon emissions, reduce pollution, and create a cleaner, greener city.

What Question 3 in Massachusetts is Really About

By Jorge Baptista | Nov 1
An Act Relative to Transgender Anti-Discrimination" was enacted by the Massachusetts Legislature to protect and ensure that anti-discrimination protections exist for those who identify as transgender or gender non-conforming in public spaces.

Letters

Vote Yes on Question 3

Vote Yes on Question 3

We hope you'll join us and thousands of other members of the arts community and vote in favor of Question 3 on November 6. The question, if approved by voters, will keep the 2016 Massachusetts civil rights law for transgender residents on the books.