East Boston + the Airport

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On this edition of What’s Up Eastie, we’re joined by Chris Marchi, a lifelong East Boston resident and community activist with AIR (Airport Impact Relief Inc.), to discuss the effects of the airport (Boston Logan International Airport) on the adjacent East Boston community. Listen and learn about what you can do to mitigate airport effects on you, your family, and your community.


Get connected to Chris and AIR Inc. at their website linked above, but you can also get connection through social media:

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Climate Change + Environmental Stewardship

How can we as community members help to reduce the effects of climate change in our community? Or just become more informed about the ways climate change affects our neighborhood and impacts our individual lives? One way could be getting outside and learning more about the spaces we pass everyday, like the Boston Harbor. Another way could be taking steps to change our habits at home and reduce energy consumption Now more than ever, East Boston is feeling the affects of the changing climate, so it’s time for us to learn more about what we can do to reverse these effects. On this recording of What’s Up Eastie, we’re joined by East Boston residents Magdalena Ayed (Harborkeepers) & Billy Perry (Eastie Now) to talk more about how to learn about climate change and become environmental stewards. Listen below!


Get Connected to Magdalena and Harborkeepers at their website linked above, but also connect to events and news through social media:

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What’s up Eastie?

Hello everyone! My name is Kannan. I am a resident of East Boston, a historic and dynamic neighborhood in the city of Boston. “What’s up Eastie?” is a radio show is about current issues in East Boston. The show will start by focusing on a local issue or story, and zoom out to a larger version of the same issue or story  at the city, state, regional, national, or international level. I will have guests who work in some capacity on the issue, and the show will be a conversation between me and them.

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