Kassmin Williams

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Aesthetician trades shop for online skin care business

Aesthetician Rosaline Lowe closes shop, opens skinversity.com

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Boston Fisheries Foundation to hold annual seafood Fest on the Pier’s 100th anniversary

The Boston Fish Pier is turning 100 and the Boston Fisheries Foundation is holding its third annual seafood festival at the location in honor of its centennial.

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Eastern Bank awards Banneker $5,000 grant for summer program

Eastern Bank has presented the Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School with a $5,000 grant to help support the STEM elementary school’s summer program.

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Cambridge’s Benjamin Banneker Charter School holds STEAM fair

Cambridge school holds science, technology, engineering, arts and math fair.

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ARCK aims to restore love for arts with A HeART for Art event

The organization’s mission is to empower students with high quality arts education

Art Resource Collaborative for Kids is teaming up with Haley House and local businesses and to raise awareness and advocate for arts education in Boston Public Schools.

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Doula turns passion for women’s health into new business

Boston based labor coach Shawnda Walker can’t promise an easy birthing process for her clients, but she can guarantee tears forming in her eyes upon each baby’s arrival.

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‘Guided Tour’ brings audience on roller coast ride of emotion

Peter Snoad’s "Guided Tour" demonstrates love’s ability to drive a person to extremes in its honor.

Get Konnected, Eastern Bank & ALPFA Hold Forum on Board Diversity

The event is titled "Women and People of Color: The Missing Link on Corporate Boards" and will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 27 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on 600 Atlantic Avenue.

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Burke High School students reflect on Central America work

Earlier this month, Jeremiah E. Burke High School students spoke about a recent 11-day community service project trip to Panama and Costa Rica and all had similar feelings — before the trip they were not sure if it would have an impact, but after they were all impacted personally and saw the effect of helping others.

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Haley House - changing lives through food

Jeremy Thompson gained a new career through the Transitional Employment Program

“Prison is not good for anybody, but I think it gave me a lot of clarity on my life, on what I should be doing and how I should I be going about doing it,” Thompson said. “I would never say prison is a good thing, but I made the best of the worst situation.”

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