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Special Thanks To

Issue 04 Lead Sponsors: Audrey & Jim Foster
Clint Baclawski
David B. Borden
Thomas Burns
Katie & Paul Buttenwieser
Lori Gross
Eva Lundsager & Paul Ha
Geoff Hargadon
Randi Hopkins
Joel Janowitz
Mike Johnson
Marjorie Johnson
Spencer Kehe
Crystalle Lacouture
Paul Miller
Abigail Ogilvy
Robert H. Pittinger
Elizabeth R. Rea
Jak Ritger
Ann Shayne
Loryn Sheffner
Gloria Sutton
Best Bees
Boston Center for the Arts
Distillery Gallery
Emerson Urban Arts Gallery
Northeastern University John D O’Bryant African American Institute
Now + There
Samuel Adams
University Hall Gallery, UMass Boston
Willies Superbrew