TO DO THIS WEEKEND: BOSTON JULY 7 – 9th, 2023
The 10th Annual Boston JerkFest Returns for a Summer of Spice
The 10th Annual Boston JerkFest is back for two days of fun in the sun this summer, July 7-8, 2022. The festival, which was recognized as the Best Food Festival in 2022 by Boston Magazine, will feature Jamaican jerk hot spiced BBQ food from top local Caribbean chefs.
The festival will be held at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, just over the Harvard Square bridge. A portion of the proceeds from the event will support Sustainable Food and Culture. VIP tickets and two-day passes are available.
In addition to the jerk food, the festival will also feature a variety of other Caribbean cuisine, as well as hot sauces, crafts, live music, kids’ activities, a jerk cook-off, and a seafood throwdown.
Friday Night on Activate Radio
News, Ecological Reality, Interviews with Legends in the Arts, Civil Rights Yesterday and Today: Order a pizza and settle-in! Activate Radio is committed to diversity and the voices of the marginalized. If you’re looking for a unique and diverse radio experience, check out Activate Radio! You can listen wherever you are, online at activatemedia.org.
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- 8PM ET NonVisual Radio is a radio program that features interviews with Legends in the Arts. This Week: Joe Viglione Interviews James Montgomery.
- 9PM ET The Big Picture is a weekly radio program that explores the big ideas that are shaping our world. The show is hosted by Melvin Syrie, Jr., and it features interviews and discussions on a variety of topics, including politics, economics, culture, and civil rights. The Big Picture is known for its thought-provoking analysis of current events, and it has been praised for its ability to help listeners make sense of the complex world we live in.