By | May 15
Back by popular demand, "Sip the Rainbow" will celebrate the opening of The Bear Sessions
By | Nov 28
Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts: Saturday, December 1st, 2012, 24-hour vigil
By Rebecca Kearney | Nov 20
The 1980's not only changed the art world forever but it elevated that gay rights movement onto a national platform.
By | Oct 10
Rosie's Place, in coordination with the Boston Art Commission, announced today a competition for a permanent commemorative installation for Rosie's Place Founder Kip Tiernan. Tiernan was dumbfounded when she saw women disguising themselves as men to get a meal at a men-only homeless shelter in Boston nearly 40 years ago?so much so that she went ahead and founded the nation?s first homeless shelter for women.
By Jen Colletta | Oct 3
Kay Lahusen has seen a lot in her 82 years of life--much of it through the lens of a camera.
By | Aug 22
Central Square's world-famous Cantab Lounge at 738 Mass Ave. presents weekly Wednesday performances from local and national poets, as well as a chance to present your own work in the 8:00 p.m. open mic or 11:00 p.m. poetry slam. Upcoming headliners include...
By Bay Windows Staff | Aug 1
An interview with Sage Inn and Lounge Chef
By Bay Windows Staff | Jul 3
Boston-based Adrienne M. Thomas is well known and respected as the co-producer of Provincetown's annual Women of Color Weekend, a Human Rights Campaign board member, and leader of Bad Ass Freckled Boi/Incorrigible Romantic Productions represents for Boston on this year's top 100 list.
By | Jun 27
Artistic Director of Boston Ballet
By George Weinstein | Jun 20