Artwork that Commemorates 25 Years in Business

By Camila Matho. Earlier this year, we decided there was something missing in our main conference room. Sure, the room is filled with technology to make our meetings more efficient. And we have a killer view of the Fort Point Channel and the work we did on the Boston Tea Party & Ships Museum. But we needed an extra pop. read more >

A Life. A Company. A City.

By John Vining. So I’m listening to the radio and a song comes on that I liked, so I sing along in my best “American Idol” voice. As it ended the DJ says that the song came out in 1998. So I’m thinking that ’98 was not that long ago and the song is not that old. But wait a minute. read more >

Jack Daniels and the Splendid Splinter, or how I became a lifelong Red Sox fan

By Joe Flynn. Every member of Red Sox nation has a story of how they became indoctrinated into the fanaticism of that beloved team.  Those collective stories become woven into the nostalgic fabric of baseball folklore in Boston. read more >

MPA Does Sidewalk Sam

“Robert Guillemin is ‘Sidewalk Sam,’ the popular artist dedicated to creating art at the feet of pedestrians to inspire, promote spirit, enrich daily life, and address social issues. read more >