A house of Malcolm X added to endangered list 
The Roxbury home where Malcolm X lived as a young man in the 1940s, boarded up and neglected for years, may be on the verge of being saved.

A house of Malcolm X added to endangered list

The Roxbury home where Malcolm X lived as a young man in the 1940s, boarded up and neglected for years, may be on the verge of being saved.

Elizabeth Catlett, sculptor, captured black experience 
- Elizabeth Catlett, 96, whose abstracted sculptures of the human form reflected her deep concern with the African-American experience and the struggle for civil rights, died Monday at her home in Cuernavaca, Mexico, where she had lived since the late 1940s.

Elizabeth Catlett, sculptor, captured black experience

- Elizabeth Catlett, 96, whose abstracted sculptures of the human form reflected her deep concern with the African-American experience and the struggle for civil rights, died Monday at her home in Cuernavaca, Mexico, where she had lived since the late 1940s.

Playwright weaves family history into ‘Luck of the Irish’ 
- The details of the play are artistic inventions, but Greenidge’s inspiration was the stratagem her grandparents used as a black couple to buy a house in overwhelmingly white Arlington in 1967.

Playwright weaves family history into ‘Luck of the Irish’

- The details of the play are artistic inventions, but Greenidge’s inspiration was the stratagem her grandparents used as a black couple to buy a house in overwhelmingly white Arlington in 1967.

Martin’s death sparks soul-searching in Roxbury 
- Students at New Mission High see themselves in the images of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black Florida teen who was killed last.

Martin’s death sparks soul-searching in Roxbury

- Students at New Mission High see themselves in the images of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black Florida teen who was killed last.

August Wilson’s voice rings clear and strong in ‘Ma Rainey’ 
- Director Liesl Tommy’s fine production reminds us that “Ma Rainey” is about the sustaining power of cultural tradition in keeping the heart of a community beating strong.

August Wilson’s voice rings clear and strong in ‘Ma Rainey’

- Director Liesl Tommy’s fine production reminds us that “Ma Rainey” is about the sustaining power of cultural tradition in keeping the heart of a community beating strong.

Church members rally against foreclosure bid
- More than 300 people gathered at the Charles Street African Methodist Episcopal Church to oppose efforts by OneUnited Bank to foreclose on the historic black church and auction off its property.

Church members rally against foreclosure bid

- More than 300 people gathered at the Charles Street African Methodist Episcopal Church to oppose efforts by OneUnited Bank to foreclose on the historic black church and auction off its property.

Tough job done well
- Yesterday was Pervis Ryans Jr.’s first day of retirement after 34 years with the Boston Police Department, where he was the only black captain.

Tough job done well

- Yesterday was Pervis Ryans Jr.’s first day of retirement after 34 years with the Boston Police Department, where he was the only black captain.

Malcolm X house may get makeover
- The now run-down Roxbury home where Malcolm X lived in the 1940s could be turned into housing for graduate students in African-American studies or related fields.

Malcolm X house may get makeover

- The now run-down Roxbury home where Malcolm X lived in the 1940s could be turned into housing for graduate students in African-American studies or related fields.

Black church reaches out to gay, transgender teens
- A new youth drop-in center at Union United Methodist Church, a historically black congregation in the South End, welcomes gay and straight 13- to 18-year-olds.

Black church reaches out to gay, transgender teens

- A new youth drop-in center at Union United Methodist Church, a historically black congregation in the South End, welcomes gay and straight 13- to 18-year-olds.