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Articles by Phoebe Sinclair

Phoebe Sinclair, in addition to serving as the first point of contact for community-related inquiries and issues, writes and produces The Whistler newsletter and is chief website wrangler. She is a life-long writer who holds a bachelor’s of fine arts in Writing, Literature, and Publishing from Emerson College. In her free time, Phoebe can often be found biking around Boston and Cambridge, knitting, volunteering, and writing children’s fiction.

Agassiz Baldwin Community Closed for Patriot’s Day – Monday, April 16
April 16, 2018 – 8:00 am | Comments Off on Agassiz Baldwin Community Closed for Patriot’s Day – Monday, April 16

Agassiz Baldwin Community’s office and Children’s Programs are closed today, April 16, in observance of Patriot’s Day.

ANC Meeting – April 10
April 5, 2018 – 4:17 pm | Comments Off on ANC Meeting – April 10
ANC Meeting – April 10

Join us on Tuesday, April 10, for an Agassiz Neighborhood Council meeting at 7:30 PM. We meet in Maud Morgan Arts, on the second floor 2D studio at the rear of the building, 20A Sacramento …

Evidence: Photographs by Kristen Emack at Community Spotlight Space
April 4, 2018 – 1:11 pm | Comments Off on Evidence: Photographs by Kristen Emack at Community Spotlight Space
Evidence: Photographs by Kristen Emack at Community Spotlight Space

Evidence: Photographs by Kristen Emack
Dates: April 2-April 30, 2018
Reception: Thursday, April 5 at 6:00-8:00 pm
Hours: Monday-Friday, 3:00-6:00 pm
My initial obsession to document my daughter Appaloosa’s childhood is linked directly to the lack of imagery captured …

At the Chandler Gallery’s Small Works Salon 2018, Cartography Points in New Directions
March 22, 2018 – 5:19 pm | Comments Off on At the Chandler Gallery’s Small Works Salon 2018, Cartography Points in New Directions
At the Chandler Gallery’s Small Works Salon 2018, Cartography Points in New Directions

We begin with a Rand McNally World Atlas. A copper tube twists over, around and through the book, with numerous severed ends poking up through the cover. Like this sculpture, “Maps of Future Pipelines” by …