Good news, word-lovers:
This week the Massachusetts Cultural Council voted to approve the Literary Cultural District in Boston – the second state-designated cultural district in Boston and the nation’s first cultural district dedicated to literary activity. The effort to create the district was spearheaded by Eve Bridburg of the literary service organization GrubStreet. GrubStreet’s offices reside in the district, which “runs from Copley Square to Downtown Boston and is also home to the Boston Athenaeum, Boston Public Library, and the annual Boston Book Festival.”
Media: “Read any good books lately?” by Challenger23.