Olga Khvan, Assistant Digital Editor at Boston Magazine
Olga Khvan first joined Boston in 2013 as a digital intern and has since become an assistant digital editor, covering the arts scene and various events around town, including but not limited to marathons, concerts, canine costume parades, and undie runs.
She was adopted from China, but wants to run for president.
Including Nirvana (pre-Dave Grohl) and more.
A searchable website launched today.
She’ll succeed Anne Hawley in January.
It’s an intensely emotional journey, told in six movements.
It’s called Boston AIR.
He’ll be paraded through Harvard Square.
Its dreamlike visuals are triggered by touch.
Who said there are no second chances?
Amidst trouble in Boston’s theater community.