NEA chairman’s visit shines national spotlight on arts and culture in Boston.
Improving program quality to help more children enter school ready.
New report finds extent of natural gas leaks three times greater threat to climate goals than previously expected.
New reports highlight challenges and opportunities for improving the academic achievement of Black and Latino young men in Boston Public Schools.
Boston set to create its first “Complete Street”
A city takes the long-term view of arts and culture.
Boston is the fourth most vulnerable city in the U.S. to the impacts of sea-level rise. How can we prepare?
A conversation between Barr’s Mary Skelton Roberts and Chris Leinberger, lead author of a new report on Walkable Urban Places (a.k.a. “WalkUPs”), a promising pathway to a more vibrant, equitable, and low-carbon region.
Why website redesigns are the first move, not the last, towards greater transparency.
Barr’s trustees award 39 grants totaling $9.9 million at their first quarterly meeting of 2015.