As seen on Hamilton Street on Sunday. Here is a video I found on youtube from last year. To read more about the history behind this festival, I found that PDF online from a university in Mexico. The dates don’t match up but the costumes do, so Im not sure if this is the same […]
On Sunday afternoon as families were cooking out or preparing to as a lead up to memorial day a group gathered on LongWharf to remember those that are the reason for the holiday. The ceremony took place at the V memorial but there were people paying attention to other reminders that are generally not paid […]
Some photos from the celebration of the Orchard Street Shul which was recently restored and now a reviving and active synagogue. This is one of the oldest synagogues in the country, founded 101 years ago. The shul was first met in what was once a private home converted for use for religious services and then […]
Some photo from the weekend by guest photographer Ian Christmann. Check out more of his work on his website or Facebook page.
Here are some of our fave’s from yesterday’s 41st Annual Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival. On Sunday me, my camera, my wife and dog went to the Cherry Blossom Festival. We ran into Mary Lou Aleskie and she got us thinking about Arts and Ideas. The Festival was a family kind of event. It was […]