Photographer Diana Levine has photographed Kim Kardashian, Ed Sheeran, Patti LaBelle, and Barack Obama — just to name a few. But in her latest project, Diana Levine is trading celebrity for philanthropy. She's the founder and producer of Photo Shoot for a Cure — an annual photo-shoot fundraiser here in Boston to raise money for Parkinson's research. Since 2016, they've raised more than $85,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation. Jim Braude was joined by Levine and fellow event photographer Sarah Bastille.
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Massport CEO Thomas Glynn Stepping DownGlynn is stepping down in November after managing Massport's vast transportation empire for the last 6 years, during a period of rapid growth and development.
WGBH NewsSeptember 20, 2018 06:24 PM
Sally Taylor On Building 'Consenses'For more than five years, musician Sally Taylor has been gathering artists of all different kinds for a game of artistic telephone.
Adam ReillySeptember 20, 2018 04:31 PM
The YIMBYs Are Coming — And Not Everyone Is HappyA conference kicking off in Boston today aims to address issues affecting housing in the city and beyond.