By Linda Greene Archived from April 14th, 2017 Spring has sprung! With just a few ingredients, and some helpful bunny hands, you will have a festive Easter/springtime treat in no time. Chocolate Macaroon Birds Nests Prep Time: 15 minutes Bake Time: 15 minutes Yields: About 20 macaroons Equipment Electric or hand mixer Large Mixing Bowl Medium […]
Q&A with Matthew Dickey, on of the featured photographers in “The Vernacular & The Spectacular”, on view now at oldnorth.wixsite.com/gallery. Q: Why did you become a photographer? What most appeals to you about the medium? A: I still refer to myself more as a painter than a photographer. However, photography is an important process in […]
10 on 10: Women in the Workforce was truly a celebration of remarkable women past and present. We heard about 10 visionary women from Massachusetts history from 10 powerhouse women currently working in Boston’s cultural sector. Don’t let the energy and inspiration from Tuesday’s program wear off — extend your learning! Below you’ll find interesting articles, […]
Special thanks again to our program partners: Boston Women’s Heritage Trail, Gender Equity in Museums Movement (GEMM), and New England Museum Association (NEMA). And to our incredible speakers! Casey Baines, Scarlett V. Hoey, Chloe Lin, Marie Palladino, Maddy Rodriguez, Jodie Smith, Jen Steele, Dina Vargo, Dr. Lisa Wong, and Rebecca Sivitz.
Be a Lantern Holder with the Old North Church & Historic Site The story of Paul Revere’s ride is a story of many people coming together and doing their part to help a cause. On April 18, 1775 Robert Newman and John Pulling Jr. took two lanterns up the very tall steeple of the Old […]