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Building Nests for Survivors

by Joey PhoenixImages courtesy of Debbie Baxter and The Survivor Nest Project Content Warning: The article mentions sexual and inter-familial…

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Salem Art Gallery: Not Just for Satanists

by Joey PhoenixEditor’s Note: Scroll to the bottom to see upcoming events Now at the curatorial helm of the Salem…

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Two Spirit Pride is Native-Led in the New England LGBTQIA2+ Community – Part 2

Editor’s Note: Recently, Jessie Little Feather and Sherry have hit a rough patch due to serious medical difficulties. Click here…

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#CelebrateAAPI – Move Forward, Break Through Barriers, Appreciate Where You Came From with Coco Alinsug

This month (and every month!) we’re celebrating AAPI and Jewish Heritage. If you know of a local hero from either…

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How a Black-Owned Lynn Design House is holding space for community through floral artistry, intentional design

Filled with Color is a Black-owned, woman and non-binary owned and operated floral and design house based in Lynn. On…

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Dark Arts Market, Death Café to Return in Daughters of Darkness 2021 Virtual Festival

by Joey Phoenix (they/them/theirs)Images provided by Daughters of Darkness and Widdershins Stories Daughters of Darkness is happening virtually again this…

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QTBIPOC Representation in Action with Assigned Female at Birth

Another Country Productions’ Assigned Female at Birth (AFAB) challenges perceptions about the queer and trans and BIPOC community in bite…

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Come to Salem, Stream the World with 14th Annual Salem Film Fest

Story by Joey PhoenixImages provided by Salem Film Fest Salem Film Fest is an annual Salem tradition bringing together documentary…

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Joining the Party: The trend towards online gaming in COVID times

by Joey Phoenix Games have always been a way for people to blow off steam and distract themselves from the…

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When Mapping Meaning in Merrimack Valley, Everyone Has a Role to Play

What are the places, landmarks, and memories that define your sense of community? When you think of home, do you…

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