In The Bay State Banner: Developers present plans for Dudley Square parcels
The Madison Park Development Corporation has the only proposal for the site at 75-81 Dudley Street, and the CDC plans to combine the site with an adjacent parcel that it already owns to develop 17 affordable condos in a four-story building as well as commercial space.
On Curbed Boston: Boston’s 10 most underrated buildings, mapped
No question Boston has plenty of incredible buildings with beautiful interiors and done in all sorts of architectural styles, from federal to modern. And it’s got quite a few aesthetic clunkers.
Then there are those buildings that don’t quite get their proper due. Routinely overlooked or habitually dismissed, these are the city’s 10 most underrated buildings.
On Joyce’s Choices Blog: ONSTAGE NOW: BEDLAM’S PYGMALION!/GIRLISH/NAT TURNER/ EARTHA MAE
NAT TURNER IN JERUSALEM is as solemn as a vigil, deeply moving, soulfully acted and intimately experienced by this viewer. Actors’ Shakespeare Project presents this two-hander in collaboration with Hibernian Hall in Roxbury where it is staged. Brandon G. Green is a powerful Nat Turner –visionary? revolutionary? murderer? martyr?
In the Bay State Banner: #HellaBlack Performance celebrates unapologetic black art
On Tuesday, Feb. 5, the Boston Center for the Arts’ Mills Gallery came alive with the sights and sounds of black talent. “#HellaBlack: BCA Mixtape Vol. 1” was a one-night pop-up celebration of Boston’s wide-ranging artists of color.
Pioneered by Lyndsay Allyn Cox, the director of theatre arts at the BCA, the show featured work by Kadahj Bennett, Jean Appolon Expressions, Connections Dance Theater, Ashley Rose, Billy Dean Thomas, Actors’ Shakespeare Project and Melissa Alexis of Cultural Fabric. Clothing and textiles by local shop Zainab Sumu Primitive Modern were on display throughout the night.