Berklee College of Music commencement speaker Rita Moreno performs in a concert at Aganis Arena. Moreno has won all four of the most prestigious awards in show business: the Oscar, the Tony, two Emmys, and a Grammy. Her credits span more than six decades, beginning with her Broadway debut at age 13.
Berklee College of Music President Roger Brown presents members of the Isley Brothers with an honorary doctor of music degree. Formed in the early 1950s, the Isley Brothers have enjoyed one of the longest, most influential and diverse careers in the pantheon of popular music. The group’s fabled history spanned not only two generations of Isley siblings, but also massive cultural shifts, which heralded their music’s transformation from gritty R&B to Motown soul to blistering funk.
Andrea James, of Families, Justice & Healing, answers an audience members question, while Evan Seitz, Joia Mukherjee, and Robert Meeropol look on at the Arlington Street Church to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the World Fellowship Center.
Members of BalletRox kick off the Wake Up The Earth festival with a dance around a maypole. The annual Jamaica Plain festival brings performances, vendors and political activists to the Southwest Corridor Park.
Men from all across Boston joined together for the second Latino Men’s Breakfast an monthly opportunity to connect with other Latino Men from Boston hosted at the Tobin Community Center and convened by Gibran Rivera, Felix G. Arroyo and William Morales.