By MATTHEW GAMBER
It’s Labor Day Weekend. Our Big RED writers and contributors dug deep (emotionally – the weather outside is alluring) and contributed to this, our 68th issue, the Summer’s Growing Old Issue. Galleries follow a close parallel schedule with the school calendar and this part of September is when we redeem our vacation-y August, which usually reputed to have nothing going on in spite of itself. This sentiment is largely untrue, because this issue is packed to the gills. Some new business to note:
Keep Your Comments Coming
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Give Us This Day Our Daily Red
Contributor James Nadeau takes the reigns on our new project: Our Daily Red, a partner blog for Big RED and Shiny. As James put it, “The blog allows us to create a dynamic conversation space not just centered on the arts in Boston (although that is a large part of it) but on the arts world as a whole.”
Keep Your Party Going
Next week is not Labor Day Weekend, but End of First School Week Weekend. Back to School Rundown leave you demoralized? Celebrate with us on the Big RED and Shiny 2007 Annual release party, hosted by Axiom Gallery on Friday September 7th from 6-9PM. Join us at Green St. on the Orange Line T stop.