Leaders of the “Divine Nine” fraternities and sororities convened on Aug. 13 at Union Chapel on Martha’s Vineyard for a public conversation sponsored by the Union Chapel Education and Cultural Institute’s (UCECI) Charles Ogletree Public Forum series.
Fifteen of Boston’s finest multicultural eateries and beverage companies showcase their talents at Taste of Ethnic Boston.
Bostonians celebrate the re-opening of Clarence “Jeep” Jones Park in Roxbury.
Don West is a seasoned photo journalist and consummate professional. His career began as a freelance photographer for United Press International and the Bay State Banner, for which he has been a critical contributor since the 1960s.
A ceremony to honor Dr. J. Keith Motley and his wife, Angela, for their selfless hard work over the years as members of the UMass Boston leadership was held at the University.
Former UMass Boston Vice Chancellor Charlie Titus was honored at the university for his many years of service to the school and the community.
Hundreds turned out Tuesday for the funeral of former state Rep. and civil rights leader Mel King at the Union United Methodist Church in the South End. Elected officials, including U.S. Sen. Ed Markey, Mayor Michelle Wu, Gov. Maura Healey and U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley gave remarks during the funeral.
Hundreds of dignitaries gathered in front of the State House last week for the rededication of the newly-restored Robert Gould Shaw and Massachusetts 54th Regiment memorial.