Burlington glassblower Charley Reynolds makes colorful high-end bongs equally suitable for smoke shops and galleries.
October 7, 2017
#TakeAction: José Mateo Harnesses the Power of Dance
Choreographer José Mateo makes dance accessible and addresses social issues in the local community with his Cambridge theatre.
September 25, 2017
Showcasing the GIFted: Douglas Schatz
From Nashville to New England and the wide expanse of the internet, Vermonter Douglas Schatz makes GIF art worth a closer look.
September 7, 2017
#TakeAction: Finding Hope in the Theater
Aaron Jungels of Everett Company discusses Freedom Project, a multimedia physical theater piece examining mass incarceration.
August 29, 2017
Making Whoopie: The Great Whoopie Pie Debate
Is the whoopie pie a Maine staple, an eastern Massachusetts confection, or an old Amish tradition? We explore the great debate.
From Painting to Page
Belfast painter Linden Frederick inspires 15 of America’s best novelists and screenwriters in a new exhibition: Night Stories.
August 23, 2017
Object: Tiki Glasses for Your Home Tiki Bar
Cambridge-based glass designer Andrew Iannazzi makes hand-blown, intricately detailed tiki glasses worth a closer look.
August 16, 2017
#TakeAction: Getting Skin in the Game
Cuseum founder Brendan Ciecko talks Ink For The Arts, a tattoo initiative bringing attention to the fight for arts funding.
July 22, 2017
Grab Your (Mini) Umbrellas: A New England Tiki Bar Roundup
Backed by more kitschy caricature than authentic Polynesian culture, the tiki bar phenomenon lives on throughout New England.
June 30, 2017
Man of Letters
Northampton writer/letter carrier Yarrow Paisley embraces absurdity and the uncomfortable, and hopes readers will, too.