Public artwork created by Cedric “Vise” Douglas and Julz Roth for the Beyond Walls Mural Festival in Lynn, Massachusetts.
A snippet from a longer work in progress by Sonya Larson, about a woman returning, reluctantly, from the brink of death.
A R E A Gallery opens a new home in Boston and Take was there to capture photos.
The eclectic lineup of bands at Hassle Fest welcomed freaks of all stripes to Boston November 10 and 11.
Personal histories from the birth of Lupinewood, a majority queer and trans collective in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
Raised in Mexico, Boston artist Salvador Jiménez-Flores explores migration, colonialism, and living between two worlds.
At Buenas, a Somerville, Massachusetts, pair brings their South American culinary roots to the public with savory sauces and empanadas.
In Greenfield, Artisan Beverage Cooperative revisits mead, an ancient brew whose popularity could mean it’s the next kombucha.
Kristen van Ginhoven helps create space for women in theater through WAM Theatre in Western Massachusetts.
Berkshires-born artist Morgan Bulkeley reflects on five decades of drawing art from the clash between culture and nature.