Boston community volunteer Lisa Randall, AMD’16 shared her tips and tricks for starting, promoting, and monetizing her blog and social platforms.
Participants learned how to pair easy snacks with classic cocktails and upped their entertaining game. Led by Boston based alumni, Julien Levesque, DMSB’12 and Kenzie Swanhart, AMD’12.
Latin America comprises a vast array of distinct politics, cultures, geographies, and histories. But in recent weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has created a new common challenge. What are Latin America’s essential elements of resilience, and what will the future hold for its people and its economy?
The Boston Pops will perform a symphonic version of “Ragtime,” created especially for the Pops in honor of Keith Lockhart's 25th anniversary, by Tony award-winning original creators – Terrence McNally, Lynn Ahrens, and Stephen Flaherty. Based on the 1975 novel by E. L. Doctorow, “Ragtime” weaves together the stories of three groups in the United States in the early 20th century: Eastern European immigrants, the African-American community in Harlem, and an upper-class white family whose lives intersect. Together, they confront history’s timeless contradictions of wealth and poverty, freedom and prejudice, hope and despair. Join us for the traditional fanfare dinner in the Alumni Center before the show.
Looking for your next culinary adventure? Tune in from the comfort of your own home as Northeastern couple Julien Levesque, DMSB’12 and Kenzie Swanhart, AMD’12 demonstrated a recipe from The New Newlywed Cookbook: 100 Recipes for Every Couple to Cook Together.
Maternal Optimism Today women are in high demand both in the household and in the office, often feeling challenged to meet the needs of their families and careers. Professor Ladge led a meaningful dialogue and discussion about the findings in her new book, “Maternal Optimism: Forging Positive Paths through Work and Motherhood.”
Food connoisseurs gathered around the grill at Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Cooking School for a sizzling demonstration followed by a sit down dinner. There are those who eat to live, but this bunch truly live to eat and shared some of their fondest culinary accomplishments, while munching on tahini brownies.
Rookie salsa dancers started their winter Friday night mastering some very basic footwork, twirls and shimmies – at a studio tucked away in Allston. All attendees swapped partners throughout the class, making for great participation overall. Main assistant, Andres and his instructor did a great job of creating a welcoming and judgement-free atmosphere.
Alumna & owner of Serenade Chocolatier, Nur Killic, E’82 guided the group through the art of chocolate making, sending them home with delicious Valentine’s Day treats in milk, dark and white chocolate!