Catherine Cray, Digital Intern at Boston Magazine
Kate Cray studies journalism and English at Yale University. During the school year she writes poetry with ¡Oyé! Spoken Word, tutors with Yale Undergraduate Prison Project, and publishes the work of unhoused New Haven residents in the Elm City Echo. She is a Boston native who loves free food and complaining about the T.
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Boston is no exception.
With musical inspirations.
It’s called the Thalia.
Outdoor movies, North End festivals, and more.
You carve pumpkins in the offseason, for one.
Phillips Exeter gets an F.
This artist made a community hope tree for you.
With a Childe Hassam exhibit.
Here’s what you missed at yesterday’s rally.
See some of his photos in a new exhibit.
With a new exhibit about ‘home.’
Who run the world?
Complete with banana bread.
More quirky art festivals than you knew you needed.
It’s a big green Martian.