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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.

47th Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast
November 8, 2018 – 11:33 am | Comments Off on 47th Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast
47th Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast

The Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast welcomes everyone from the neighborhood, Agassiz Baldwin Children’s Programs, Maria L. Baldwin School community, Living Well Network and Maud Morgan Arts to come together for an evening of celebration.
Date: Tuesday, …

Small Works Salon Winner Cindy Lu’s Science-Driven Sculptures Tackle Data & Privacy
October 19, 2018 – 8:00 am | Comments Off on Small Works Salon Winner Cindy Lu’s Science-Driven Sculptures Tackle Data & Privacy
Small Works Salon Winner Cindy Lu’s Science-Driven Sculptures Tackle Data & Privacy

First, picture the human body. Then, as if a camera were zooming in closer, go through all layers of skin, muscle, and bone right down to the tiniest molecule. What once appeared simple has a …

Jessica Alvarez, Office and Community Organizing Work Study
October 18, 2018 – 5:30 pm | Comments Off on Jessica Alvarez, Office and Community Organizing Work Study
Jessica Alvarez, Office and Community Organizing Work Study

Jess Alvarez is joining us as a freshman from Lesley University. Her major as of now, is Sociology and Social Change, as well as a minor in French. She finds interest in studying different cultures …

Seeking Meaning: Stories of Dauntless Resiliency work by Sandra Mayo
October 18, 2018 – 12:00 pm | Comments Off on Seeking Meaning: Stories of Dauntless Resiliency work by Sandra Mayo
Seeking Meaning: Stories of Dauntless Resiliency work by Sandra Mayo

October 9 – November 2, 2018
Reception: Thursday, October 11, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

I consider my art work a practicing in storytelling. I am interested in people, in families and their journey through generations: how families …