North Shore Community Turns Out to Celebrate Local Company’s Debut on National TV

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

Brooke and Tracey with Flipping Boston hosts

  BLC Painting appeared in three recent episodes of A&E’s “Flipping Boston,” shot in Salem, Lynn and Danvers, MA March 12, 2013 (Salem, MA) – On Saturday, March 2, the lower lounge of Finz’s Seafood & Grill in Salem was packed with clients, colleagues, friends and family of Brooke Cambridge and her company BLC Painting [...]

Angel of the Arts Boston Arts Academy founder Linda Nathan keeps on creating

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013


  By Matt Robinson Massachusetts is fortunate to be the home of many of the world’s foremost minds on education. Even so, it is difficult to go too far down that list without coming to the name Linda Nathan. Known locally as the founding headmaster of Boston Arts Academy, Boston’s first public high school for [...]

Make Way for Ducklings Sculptor – Nancy Schön’s work on view (and sale) at Kolbo

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013


By Matt Robinson While most Bostonians may know her best for her renditions of the Tortoise and the Hare on Copley Square and the Mallard family from the Boston-based book Make Way for Ducklings in the Public Gardens, sculptor Nancy Schön has an artistic heritage that flies further afield and that also takes a great [...]

MassArt presents poster exhibition curated by Elizabeth Resnick

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013


Writing on the Wall By Matt Robinson Posters have been used to communicate ideas for over 200 years. From “I Want You” to “Act Up,” some of the most powerful messages in history have been shared with more visual than textual information. While many appreciate posters as art, there is often more to them. From [...]

Heroes for My Daughter – a new book by Brad Meltzer

Monday, January 7th, 2013

Bestseller Brad Meltzer keeps his “Heroes” worship going in new book By Matt Robinson While most adults may know Brad Meltzer ( as the bestselling author of such politically-charged, secret society-infused thrillers as The Book of Fate, The Book of Lies, and the soon-to-be sequeled favorite The Inner Circle, Younger fans may know him best for his work with such established heroes as Superman, [...]

Boston’s Holiday Spirit

Friday, November 16th, 2012

photos courtesy of ArtsBoston

  Fran Cronin   The mayor may not be up and around, but his staff in City Hall are as busy as Santa’s elves. For the ninth year in a row, the mayor is ensuring that families across the socio-economic spectrum of Boston will have the opportunity to enjoy all the special holiday performances and [...]

Upstage Lung Cancer to host an “Unforgettable” evening November 12

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Joyce Kulhawik, Brian De Lorenzo, Hildy Grossman, Scott Wahle and Leigh Barrett perform at Upstaging Lung Cancer's annual event

Singing to Remember By Matt Robinson The act of singing, as good as it might feel even to the ungifted, is not what usually comes to mind when the conversation veers to cathartic experience or an expression of survival. But if organizers behind this month’s Upstage Lung Cancer event have their way, Boston will be [...]

American Repertory Theater to Hold Wildstyle

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

  American Repertory Theater to Hold Wildstyle,  a Dance Party to Benefit the A.R.T On Thursday, May 17, 2012 @ OBERON   Cambridge, Mass – The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) will hold a Dance Party Fundraiser, Wildstyle, to be held on Thursday, May 17 at OBERON, 2 Arrow Street, Cambridge. Wildstyle will be the latest fundraising event [...]

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