How can the East Boston Greenway make us a more cohesive community? How can it connect the inner harbor to bodies of water further north? Can it be a source of economic activity? How about connecting other municipalities in the region? What exciting activities are in store along the Greenway this Summer? Listen to Gretchen Robinkin, Chris Marchi, and Mary Ellen Welch from the Friends of the East Boston Greenway answer these and other questions on What’s up Eastie?
Contact information for the Friends of East Boston Greenway:
Why is journalism ineffective today, at least the way it is being practiced? Why especially so in the Latino community? Listen to Luis Bravo (Editor, El Heraldo Latino), a thirty year veteran of journalism, along with Jordan Frias (President of the New England Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists), tackle these questions on What’s up Eastie?
Get in contact with Luis Bravo: email@example.com
Thank you, Brittany Thomas, of Zumix Radio for translation support.
Thanks to school vacation week, some young people–Dawry (Radio DJ & Youth Leader, Zumix Teen Council), Jasmine, Zumix Radio participant, Manuela (Radio DJ & Youth Leader, Zumix Teen Council), & Dublus “Dubs”, Intern, Zumix Radio)–were able to join me on the radio today. They have fresh and interesting perspectives on gun control and climate action, so…
June 16, 2019 addendum: In addition to the information available in the interview, note that:
1. The owner of Suffolk Downs is “The McClellan Highway Development Company”
2. Cathexis owns 95% (and HYM 5%)
3. Cathexis is owned 100% by one William Harrison
4. Tom O’Brien is an authorized signatory of McClellan Highway.
City Life/Vida Urbana‘s Andres Del Castillo joined me on What’s up Eastie? to discuss displacement in East Boston, and CVLU’s fight against it. You can email Andres at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call him at 617-524-3541 x304.