Grace shared her personal story detailing how she was forced to cut the large majority of her staff and though she remains hopeful, she is still very much uncertain how long her business and others can withstand the financial burden of being stuck in the current phase of limited dining capacity. […]
214 ViewBoston | Rise News Circa’ 2020 – Northeastern University, Blackman Auditorium Theater. Over 900 patrons of diverse networks and backgrounds came together for a fun and safe evening of entertainment June 28th at The […]
On the winding days of Summer ’14, Ralph Celestin was deep in thought and reflection as his journey in life had lead him to his move to the City of Brotherly Love from the Beantown State of Boston, Massachusetts. […]
261 ViewRandolph, MA | Rise News Boston to Philly took home two of the most highly coveted awards at the Motion Picture Association Awards of Haiti, Best Film and Best Supporting Actor. The top billed […]
239 ViewThis is a moment that I will undeniably cherish. -Ralph A. Celestin Spike Lee the award winning Filmmaker of almost 30 plus years as one of Hollywood’s elite Directors and Producers was in his […]
199 Viewby The People’s Minister of Information JR One of the most beautifully told stories and exceptionally written scripts in the 2017 San Francisco Film Festival presents itself as a current-day Black love story, a […]
“Boston2Philly” co-stars Philadelphia’s own Mia Mendez who received rave reviews for her role as Philly in the film and is no stranger to the camera.
“I have been acting professionally for about four years now and started training about six years ago in New York,” said Mendez at the film’s screening on Thursday. […]