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Past articles by Catherine:

47 Art Exhibits to See in Boston This Fall

Check out our list of art exhibits on view in and around Boston this fall, with highlights from the MFA, Peabody Essex Museum, and other local galleries. → Read More

Massachusetts’ National Parks and Historic Sites Are Very White

A 2013 survey of Salem Maritime, Saugus Ironworks, and Springfield Armory indicates less than 10 percent of visitors to the historic sites are minorities. → Read More

First Chair Is a New Sculpture in Fenway's Symphony Park

First Chair by Jacob Kulin was inspired by both Scandinavian design and Symphony Park's musical neighbors, Berklee College of Music and Symphony Hall. → Read More

A New Performing Arts Venue Is Coming to Central Square

Presenting the Thalia, Cambridge's new spot for small, diverse artistic communities. → Read More

Free Things to Do in Boston, August 2016

Check out free events happening in Boston in August 2016, including a Caribbean Carnival, North End feasts, Shakespeare on the Common, and Green Fest. → Read More

What It’s Like to Be a Professional Sand Sculptor

Deborah Barrett-Cutulle and Steve Topazio, who will compete in the Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival, give an inside look at the life of a sand sculptor. → Read More

Phillips Exeter Admits Baking Monkey Bread Isn’t Adequate Punishment for Sexual Assault

Facing monetary and legal pressures, Phillips Exeter Academy admits mishandling a sexual assault in which the accused baked bread for the victim as penance. → Read More

BCA Welcomes New Hope Tree Sculpture by Chanel Thervil

'Emergence: What does hope look like?' is a community hope tree created by resident public artist Chanel Thervil for the Boston Center for the Arts plaza. → Read More

PEM Welcomes New Exhibit Featuring Childe Hassam’s Paintings of Appledore

The PEM collaborated with the North Carolina Museum of Art, Shoals Marine Laboratory, and photographer Alexandra de Steiguer for a Childe Hassam exhibit. → Read More

Here’s What Black Lives Matter Protesters Had to Say at the BPD Headquarters Rally

Mass Action Against Police Brutality organized a Black Lives Matter rally for Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, Alva Braziel, Sandra Bland, and all victims. → Read More

Frederick Douglass Exhibit Opening at the Museum of African American History

The exhibit comes from Picturing Frederick Douglass, a book by Zoe Trodd and John Stauffer that explores the renowned abolitionist's photographic interests. → Read More

Museum of Fine Arts Presents ‘HOMiE: In Our Eyes’ Curated by the Teen Arts Council

A new MFA exhibit 'HOMiE: In Our Eyes,' curated by the Teen Arts Council, features work by Boston Public Schools students responding to the theme, 'home.' → Read More

100 Black Women Leaders ‘Take Their Seat’ in the Senate

Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley organized an event where 100 black women leaders gathered in a replica of the US Senate for #BlackWomenLead100. → Read More

Cuisine & Confessions, a Circus with a Side of Baking, Comes to ArtsEmerson

The Seven Fingers Circus (Les 7 doigts de la main) will show their innovative circus at the Majestic Theatre. Shana Carroll shares an insider's perspective. → Read More

Free Things to Do in Boston, July 2016

Check out free events happening in Boston in July 2016, including July 4th fun, art festivals, music series, film, and Revere's Sand Sculpting Festival. → Read More

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Celebrates Installation by Maurizio Cannavacciuolo

A new installation on the side of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum involves Martians, courtesy of Italian artist Maurizio Cannavacciuolo. → Read More

Six Reasons to Be Proud of Massachusetts Senators and Representatives

While the spotlight is on the Democrats' gun reform sit-in, here are six more reasons to be proud of Massachusetts senators and representatives this month. → Read More

10 Free Summer Camps for Kids around Boston in 2016

Organizations like Tenacity, Piers Park Sailing, Camp Harbor View, Boston City Lights, and more offer a fun, free summer camp experience in Boston. → Read More

Boston Public Schools Launched a New Diversity Program

Boston Public Schools announced an initiative to engage and retain women educators of color as part of a larger program to increase faculty diversity. → Read More

Fenway for Free: Out of the Park Brings Red Sox Fun to the Common

Watch the game on the big screen and enjoy a Fenway Frank with Wally. → Read More