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Boston Mayor Wu Announces Call to Artists for $720K Investment In Public Art in BPS Schools

BOSTON, Mass. /Masachusetts Newswire/ -- This week (Feb. 21), Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts & Culture, in collaboration with Boston Public Schools (BPS) and with support from mural consultant Street Theory, today announced a Call to Artists for A Canvas of Culture: Boston Public Schools to help beautify and amplify the vibrancy of Boston's neighborhoods and schools by creating engaging and inspiring public art.
City of BOSTON

City of Boston Public Health Commission Introduces Community Health Equity Empowerment Fund

BOSTON, Mass. /MASSACHUSETTS NEWSWIRE/ -- The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today announced the creation of the Community Health Equity Empowerment Fund (CHEE Fund), a new initiative that will provide grants to local non-profits and community-based organizations (CBOs) working to advance health equity through prevention, intervention, and response services. Using funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), BPHC will distribute a total of $1 million in CHEE grants this year, equating to $200,000 per awarded organization.

RECENT MASS. NEWS

BOOK: My Cow Stole My Kayak

New Children’s Book, ‘My Cow Stole My Kayak’ released by author Glen Liset

CAPE COD, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire/ -- Glen Liset, a former advertising executive and seasoned storyteller, is thrilled to announce the release of his delightful new children's book, "My Cow Stole My Kayak" (ISBN: 978-1779412836; Tellwell Publishing; Feb. 2024). This engaging and whimsical story follows Kate Jones and her family as they embark on a wild adventure at the annual county fair, culminating in a hilarious and unexpected dilemma involving a cow, a kayak, and a perilous ride down a creek.
Rendering of Grand Central Suites in Manchester NH

Several NH and MA Real Estate Development Investment Opportunities announced by Bridgewater Development and Avatar Construction

WATERTOWN, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire/ -- Bridgewater Development and Avatar Construction announced today they are seeking investors to partner on several current and future development projects across New England. Bridgewater Development offers a unique opportunity to work with a leader in design build construction and land development.
Dr. Jamie Chan

Woburn Dental Office in Massachusetts Offers Dental Emergencies Tips

WOBURN, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire/ -- Emergency dentist office, Woburn Dentistry offers comprehensive patient care and emergency dental treatment. When it comes to dental emergencies, urgent care can make the difference between a pain-free smile and serious, irreparable damage.
Lowell Chamber Orchestra

Lowell Chamber Orchestra Receives 3-Year Barr Foundation Grant to Support Diverse Classical Music

LOWELL, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire/ -- The Lowell Chamber Orchestra (LCO) has been inducted into the Barr Foundation's "Creative Vitality Grant Program," in order to continue its mission of providing the greater Lowell area with the most diverse classical music.
Guided By Choices onstage in Massachusetts

Forever Since Heedfest: local Guided By Voices fans to celebrate band at special boston-area event

BOSTON, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire / -- The venerable indie rock band Guided By Voices (GBV) recently celebrated 40 years of music with several thousand fans in its hometown of Dayton, Ohio, performing two sold-out shows at the Dayton Masonic Center over Labor Day weekend. In the spirit of bringing that celebration to Boston, four local fans (calling themselves the Textbook Committee) have organized Forever Since Heedfest, which brings three GBV tribute bands and diehard fans from near and far to Warehouse XI in Somerville, MA this February.
Beyond Benign

Beyond Benign announces Green Chemistry Teaching and Learning Community (GCTLC) Launch

WILMINGTON, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire/ -- Beyond Benign, in partnership with sponsors and partners including the American Chemical Society Green Chemistry Institute (ACS GCI), is excited to announce the launch of the Green Chemistry Teaching and Learning Community (GCTLC): an online hub for everyone in the green chemistry community to share, connect, learn, and grow together.

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