BOSTON – Tuesday, October 23, 2018 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Mitchell Modell, CEO of Modell’s Sporting Goods, today announced $1 from the sale of every “Beat L.A.” t-shirt sold by Modell’s will go to benefit Boston’s Way Home Fund, a City of Boston initiative designed to raise $10 million to help end chronic homelessness in the city. Mayor Walsh announced the Boston’s Way Home Fund in his 2018 inauguration speech, and to date, the fund has raised $3.7 million to support Mayor Walsh’s work to ensure all Bostonians have a stable, secure home. Continue reading
Allston-Brighton and Cambridge residents invited to annual Community Football Day at Harvard Stadium, Nov. 3 Continue reading
It’s hard to believe now, but Fitchburg Mayor Lisa Wong was voted second-most bashful in high school.
“Now I speak all the time publicly,” Wong said. Today, the first Asian American female mayor in Massachusetts speaks with confidence and poise: making eye contact, holding her chin up and smiling warmly. Continue reading
Right in the heart of the financial district, just a few streets down from bustling Chinatown, lies the infamous Elephant&Castle [161 Devonshire Street, Boston, MA 02110].
Cozy yet immensely energetic, Elephant&Castle epitomizes the hangout for a good time with good food and drinks. What more could you ask for, really?
But why the curious name, you might ask? Continue reading
Brian H. Wong is the News Editor at ESPN. For Sampan’s Asian American Heritage Month special, Mr. Wong was kind enough to accept an interview. Here is what he said: Continue reading
“I think Self-Esteem depends on what kind of person you are. I think everybody should have some sort of good self-esteem because it affects how a person thinks, does things, reacts to things, etc. For some people, it is more hard-work. For others it is more on doing something you like. For others it’s based on who you are as a person, whether you are a [good person or a bad person]. Everybody takes pride in self-esteem because it represents, who you are as a person that makes you special.” — By Kevin Huang, AACA Youth Council Leader “I think … Continue reading