Acclaimed singer-songwriter Victoria Vox is recording 52 songs in 52 weeks. Her repertoire is an eclectic, all-acoustic mix of folk, contemporary, and jazz, while her ukulele style ranges into alternative rhythms and themes. A portion of Vox’s CD sales go to 1% for the Planet, and she joined Team 1% cyclists in the 320-mile “Climate Ride”. Hear about how her music and her pedal power work for a happy, healthy planet.
Erik Abel stretches the traditional concept of the canvas. He is fresh from SurfAid’s Board Art Benefit, at which Abel and other artists created live art on 13 surfboards. All will be auctioned to benefit SurfAid, a community-based health and emergency response program for isolated island communities. He has also launched the Fish Outta Water Project, leaving artwork in public places and encouraging strangers to take them..
Kelly Creedon tells the stories of people in Boston’s working-class and low-income neighborhoods who are facing foreclosure and eviction. In partnership with community organization City Life / Vida Urbana, Creedon’s exhibit, “We Shall Not Be Moved,” brings these stories to life in color photographs..