Vaughn Martel Law 530 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 Vaughn Martel is a licensed attorney specializing in family law, civil ligation and estate planning. Check his…More website for more on the other services he provides, or read his blog for up-to-date news and resources.
New Age Psychic 678 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 New Age Psychic offers palmistry readings, spiritual supplies, books on the occult and jewelry. The eclectic little…More shop near the corner of West Newton Street and Tremont Street provides spiritual services and resources for the community.
Lucy Parsons Center 549 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 The Lucy Parsons Center (LPC), located on Columbus Avenue right in the heart of the South End, is an independent,…More nonprofit radical book store, offering a wide selection of books, magazines and journals covering all areas of the progressive movement. Run collectively by volunteers, LPC also offers free community space to any and all groups and individuals. Each week the LPC also holds numerous in-store events that range from lectures and readings to music and puppetry, in addition to "radical movie night," every Wednesday.
City of Boston Board Office 35 Northampton St, Boston, MA02118 The City of Boston Board office is run by the Boston Public Health Committee and acts as a real estate agent by owning…More and operating properties to rent to those in need. Founded in 1971, its mission statement reads, "To protect, preserve, and promote the health and well-being of all Boston residents, particularly those who are most vulnerable." There is an extensive waiting list for some of its properties.
There's a lot more than books at the South End Branch Library. The building is a great community resource with…More computers and other tools, and also offers programs for children and adults. The library's collection includes books and documents pertaining to local history, as well a large collection of adult fiction and scholarly reading. Popular newspapers and magazines are available, as are music CDs, DVDs and audiobooks. The children's section includes a large collection of picture and story books.
The library offers free Wi-Fi for those with laptop computers, and free access (with library card) to a bank of desktop computers. Printers are also available.
The South End Branch Library offers many programs throughout the year, including recurring weekly story hours for children, film programs and a monthly adult book club. English classes are offered to adults on a weekly basis. Seasonal programming includes craft, music and literary programs, and a Summer Reading Club for children. During summer months, visitors can enjoy the adjacent Library Park, with bench seating and Wi-Fi access.
Samson 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Camilo Alvarez who acts as owner, director, and curator runs Samson. He shows established as well as some emerging…More multi-disciplinary artists. Works range from new media, film, sculpture, photography, video, to performance. Alvarez also sponsors public programs from author readings to dance performances to video screenings. From its inception six years ago, the gallery has showcased the works of Craig Drennen, Steve Locke, Matthew Rich, and Suzannah Sinclair, among others. The gallery also sponsors an artist residency in its basement space, aptly named sub Samson.