In the Boston Globe: Young adult novelist Erin Entrada Kelly isn’t afraid of the dark
For her newest novel, “Lalani of the Distant Sea,” Erin Entrada Kelly turned to her Filipino ancestry to craft a mythic tale of a young girl on an epic journey. The best-selling author won the Newbery Medal for “Hello Universe,” which is being adapted by Netflix for a movie. She will speak at noon Sunday, Oct. 20 at the Dewitt Center Gym as part of the annual Boston Book Festival.
On WBUR: Boston’s Public Housing Goes Private: Why The City Is Teaming Up With Developers
Why Team Up With Private Companies? A lack of federal funding has changed the way the BHA operates, says Kate Bennett, the agency’s senior deputy administrator for redevelopment projects.
In the Bay State Banner: Will you pledge to make sure your community counts in the 2020 Census?
Six months from now, on April 1, 2020, the U.S. census will be in full swing. This is our opportunity of the decade to get our fair share of public resources and political representation. The census will determine our political representation from city council to Congress.
On Boston Neighborhood News: “Stick Fly” to be Staged at Hibernian Hall
The director of “Stick Fly,” Ciera-Sade Wade, and Olawumi Akinwumi of the Madison Park Development Corporation talk about the upcoming performances of the family drama by Lydia Diamond. Interview for BNN News. Aired October 2, 2019.