Due to the inventiveness and creativity of the eight exhibiting artists, “Gateways to Awareness” largely works as an intersectional point between art and science, vision and sound, private and public spaces and between the tactile and the ephemeral.
Students seeking medication abortion can visit the student health center for help, according to the university
The structure, a 27-foot prototype for a 350- to 400-foot turbine, will stay in the cove for two to three months.
“A rising tide floats all boats, and the yacht goes up as much as the power boat as much as the dingy,” said Rev. David Lima, a housing advocate and executive minister of the Inter Church Council of Greater New Bedford.
Diman Vocational principal and New Bedford High graduate honored with national award. “His dedication to students, staff, and community is evidenced by his dynamic leadership, steadfast determination and collaborative approach to teaching and learning.”
Inspired by her surroundings and history, this abstract artist appreciates “things that are disrupting your vision or disrupting your understanding or assumptions.”
“This is absolutely a benefit to the public, and there’s going to be an economic benefit to the city and to the region as a result.” — Shayne Trimbell, SRTA’s director of transit planning
“Obviously, I would love to have housing on every single corner, but the logistics of it don’t work. Parking is such an issue in our city already.” — At-Large Councilor Shane Burgo
“On the Wall Posters: Street Art” features the art of local and regional artists who have created art under the aegis of Superflat NB.