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The Questions featuring Adobo-Fish-Sauce

  • MassArt in the Media

They met at an afterschool program over spoken word. Friendship at first sight — or something like it.

Over the last decade, Anthony Febo and Ricky Orng have been playing with what it means to be fed. They created a project, Adobo-Fish-Sauce, bringing together cooking and poetry. Food is how we fellowship, how we sustain, and how we live. But we also feed ourselves with love, with music, with art of all kinds.

Sometimes they bring their Puerto Rican and Cambodian cultures to the kitchen, and other times the recipes they cook up are purely poetic, straight spoken word, no plates necessary.

During quarantine, they hosted virtual open mics and outside events. Over the last year, they have been part of the Radical Imagination for Racial Justice artists initiative, a partnership between the City of Boston and MassArt to fund and cultivate creative justice work. Adobo-Fish-Sauce has been hosting an outdoor open mic, In The Park, throughout the city.

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