Rising Voices

New Salem Park Installation to Preserve the EcoCultural history of Naumkeag

by Joey Phoenix Artist Team: Louis Chinn (He/Him) and Huameng Yu (She/They) to create splash pad and filter building facade…

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Survivors Heal Through Nesting Arts

From Survivor Nest CW: This article contains references to incest and childhood sexual assault. Related Event: BENEFIT: Sound Healing Event…

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A Ticket to Paradise with The Poetry Brothel

Only a handful of tickets remain! Get yours here. The Poetry Brothel Is an immersive literary cabaret that fuses poetry,…

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A Queer Community Waiting to Be Found in Goodreau’s THE THING THEY LOVE

by Joey Phoenix An alluring drama about trust, gender, love, and money, Goodreau’s The Thing They Love takes inspiration from…

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Nammy Award Winner “Supaman” to Perform at Endicott College

A member of the Apsaalooke Nation, “Supaman” is an award-winning dancer and innovative hip-hop artist who leaves audiences in awe…

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SSU’s THE THING THEY LOVE to Explore Queerness in 1920s NYC

Salem State Theatre Department presents the world premiere of The Thing They Love written by 2021 graduate Parker Goodreau. Directed…

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MRS. HAWKING: PART 1 Screening now on Youtube

By Joey Phoenix This past Sunday, January 16th, Breaking Light Productions released the long awaited filmic adaptation of the Victorian…

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#NotJustOneDay – A Year of Black Excellence in 2022

Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy extends far beyond what can be shared on the third Monday in January each year.…

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Non-Binary Creator Lyralen Kaye Wins NE Film Star Award for Assigned Female at Birth

Women in Film and Video New England and NEFilm.com announced the most recent winner of the NE Film Star Award…

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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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