The Candidates and Public Art

Alex Pearlman of posed this question to the candidates: What's your favorite piece of public art in Boston? Their answers are diverse and insightful, shedding some light on the city as a whole, from the Boston Women’s Memorial on Commonwealth Avenue to The Pear in Edward Everett Square in Dorchester. Pearlman's question forces the candidates to consider the place of art in a public realm and the way it engages passersby. Read the article here to see each candidate's choice.


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Community Impact

The Drama Studio is one of a handful of youth theatres in the United States that offers quality, range, and depth in its acting training programs. For Springfield-area youth, the Studio's conservatory program offers an unusual opportunity for training that prepares its graduates (all of whom are college bound) to...