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Faneuil Hall's Race Amity Festival
The Race Amity Festival this past Saturday was a big hit. Thank you for all our staff, volunteers and vendors for all your help in creating a successful event. A very special thanks to all YOU who showed up!
There was a lot of great talks at the Race Amity tent about progressing change, the mural project was enjoyed by all ages and everyone enjoyed the ice cream samples on the hot day!
Thank you @faneuilhall for hosting us!
We hope to do more in the future!
Exploring local music: what is going on at Boston's open mics?
By Everly Orfanedes
As many of us know, Boston's local music scene has given us plenty of bands and fresh artists over the years. Many young musicians flock to this city to attend schools such as Berklee College of Music or just to join a community of new, undiscovered musicians trying to make it big. Becoming successful in the music industry is a formula that people of all ages, backgrounds, and stories are desperately trying to find. But as the music industry continues to develop and grow, it might surprise us, as music lovers and listeners, to see just how different everyone's story is.
Photo by Julia Norkus
Last week, I visited The Bebop music venue’s weekly open mic to try and catch a glimpse of what the true underground up and coming music scene is looking like in Boston, Massachusetts. I had the pleasure to meet and talk to a couple artists along the way and learn their stories, as well as how they plan to create an impact through music, both for their own lives, and the world around them.
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