MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION BRINGS SMOKED OYSTERS BY MARY MCCULLOUGH TO HIBERNIAN HALL
Smoked Oysters revolves around loving and successful Black family members who experience unexpected challenges.
PRESS RELEASE: HIBERNIAN HALL PROUDLY SHOWCASING LOCAL PLAYWRIGHTS TONIGHT & APPRECIATES MASS CULTURAL COUNCIL’S SUPPORT
Hibernian Hall at Madison Park Development Corporation received a grant of $2,500 from the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency, through its Cultural Investment Portfolio Projects Program. The grant recognizes that Madison Park Development Corporation provides significant public value through its programs and services. This particular grant was awarded in support of Hibernian Hall’s 2nd Annual Play Writing LAB (or HHTC2) for aspiring playwrights, led by playwright Jecenia Figueroa, a Puerto Rican playwright, poet, and author born in Boston.
In BU Today: To Do Today: Roxbury International Film Festival
The Roxbury International Film Festival is the largest film festival in New England dedicated to and celebrating films by, for, and about people of color. This summer marks its 22nd year and features more than 80 films, ranging from documentaries to horror to coming-of-age stories to student films. Filmmakers from around the globe will compete for numerous certificates and the festival’s top documentary prize, the Henry Hampton Award, named for the late Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker best known for his acclaimed PBS series on the Civil Rights Movement, Eyes on the Prize.
In the Dorchester Reporter: ‘All-Inclusive’ campaign seeks to broaden Boston’s image
All-Inclusive Boston, a $2 million marketing campaign aimed at promoting Boston as a multicultural tourism destination to boost the city’s hobbled hospitality industry, launched on Monday after months of planning that started under the Walsh administration. Mayor Janey unveiled the push during a press event at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury in which she praised the campaign.