Muralist Mehdi Ghadyanloo is the first Iranian artist to do work commissioned by municipal authorities in both Iran and the United States.
Organizers and entrepreneurs are stitching together a network of real-life businesses that put sustainability, democracy, and justice first.
Breaking from decades of aggressive tax avoidance, General Electric announced they will pay taxes in their future hometown...If only.
An interview with Sarah Byrnes
As rent prices soar in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood, JPNet's State of Our Neighborhood forum helps to give community residents and merchants a voice.
The Institute for Policy Studies honors our fallen colleagues while celebrating new heroes of the human rights movement from the United States and Chile, with live music, poetry, open bar, and Danny Glover.
When the Great Recession struck, City Life/Vida Urbana was there, confronting bank power with people power.
The Harvard students who occupied their campus are not betraying their class, but forming part of a long tradition of citizens with a conscience.
Occupiers in Boston expand their camp to Rose Kennedy Greenway Park, but they are met with police force and arrests.