At the far end of the South End and just below an overpass awaits a pocket of public art you might not yet be aware of. Happening upon it the Underground at Ink Block feels like kind of a creative oasis and at just under a mile, with benches and tables as well as being … Continue reading South Boston Art Walk, Feat. Ink Block Underground
After an extensive lockdown and what felt like endlessly looping around my neighborhood on a seemingly endless series of the same walks, I decided I needed a new backdrop. In normal times if I needed to refresh I would meet up with friends to hang out or and grab some dinner or maybe even plan … Continue reading East Boston Art Walk
At the far end of the Emerald Necklace is the not so hidden jewel that is Franklin Park. Named for Benjamin Franklin and designed by Frederick Law Olmsted this 527 acre park is the largest of the parks that make up Boston’s iconic Emerald Necklace, a chain of beautifully designed and cultivated parks that almost … Continue reading Exploring the Surreal in Franklin Park
From the distance it looked like King Koopa decided to take a rest after a long day of trying to kidnap Princess Peach and conquer the Mushroom Kingdom. Up close it was no less impressive with the enormous pointed domes of brightly coloured vinyl swaying slightly in the light summer breeze. The line to visit … Continue reading A Maze of Colour: “Pentalum” at the Lawn on D
Who would call a sign to sell a house? That’s the question that got the ball rolling in the second Nerdnite lecture of the evening, “Cash for your Warhol; The Evolution of a Prank.” Presented by Geoff Hargadon, a money manager, conceptual artist and photographer who introduced himself to the crowd by stating dryly, “There are two … Continue reading Ca$h for your Warhol: The Evolution of a Prank.