Press Pass TV sits down with the candidates and takes their views on the crime rate and the ongoing violence for Boston's first mayoral race in over two decades.
My Main Street — My Boston
Sponsored By: Boston Main Streets organizations from the following areas - Allston Village, Brighton, Chinatown, East Boston, Egleston Square, Fields Corner, Four Corners, Hyde Jackson Square, Hyde Park, Mission Hill, St. Mark's Area, Upham's Corner, Washington Gateway, West Roxbury
Featuring: Boston Mayoral Candidates
Date of Forum Coverage: Monday, August 19, 2013
Location: The Strand Theatre, 543 Columbia Rd., Dorchester, MA
Parks and Open Space Mayoral Forum
Sponsored By: Boston Park Advocates
Featuring: Boston Architectural College President Ted Landsmark & Boston Globe Journalist Derrick Jackson
Date of Forum Coverage: Thursday, August 15, 2013
Location: Franklin Park Golf Clubhouse, One Circuit Drive, Roxbury, MA
Mayoral Candidates on Charter Schools
Press Pass TV sits down with the candidates and takes their views on Charter Schools for Boston's first mayoral race in over two decades.
John Barros stopped by the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative’s 25th Multicultural Festival on Saturday. Barros spoke with residents about the need to ensure we have safe and clean open space throughout the city to host events like the festival.
Charlotte Golar Richie at the Dominican Day Parade.
John Barros continued his energetic rise on the campaign trail, participating in the Dominican Day Parade with over 100 supporters, a music van and truck.
The 2013 mayoral candidates offer a thunderous applause following the end of the forum. Candidates discussed the state of Boston Public Schools and high school dropouts.
(L-R) Shirley Owens-Hicks, Royal Bolling Jr., Charlotte Golar Richie, State Rep. Gloria Fox, former Boston Housing Chief Doris Bunte and Bill Owens at Golar Richie’s fund-raiser for her mayoral campaign at the Old Colony Restaurant in Dorchester. Golar Richie received endorsements from the iconic Boston political families the Owens and the Bollings.
District 5 candidate Ava Callendar pauses for a moment during the recent Haitian-American parade in Mattapan. Callendar’s grandmother is the former State Rep. Willie Mae Allen and her cousin is U.S. House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.)
Standing above the first two letters of her name on the campaign banner, At-Large City Council candidate Michelle Wu joins supporters in Dudley Square.