Veggie Crust What if there were a magical place where no one ever had to sacrifice pizza for paneer masala or vice versa? Well, that place is now a reality, and it’s located right on Somerville Avenue. Veggie Crust, which opened its doors in 2016 and is run by the owners of Dosa N Curry, […]
Articles by Hannah Walters
In Somerville, torrential summer rain and the accompanying anxiety are all too familiar. The hand-wringing over whether you did or didn’t smell any moisture as you descended downstairs. The startling sight of your belongings bobbing like buoys next to the washer and dryer as water floods into your basement. In the November/December 2015 edition of […]
At El Sistema Youth Orchestra, kids make friends while making music.
Meet Callie Durbrow, Anthony Ortiz and Lauren Hefez, three standout fitness experts with one thing in common: They’ll help you reach your goals and have fun doing it.
There’s a charming cafe on Highland Avenue, beautiful and bright, with natural sunlight streaming through a wall made up entirely of windows. In the dining room, two-dozen tables are adorned with white tablecloths and topped with little rectangular vases holding fresh-cut flowers, their deep red hue subtly echoed by maroon-colored cloth napkins folded into rose […]
“The water is so slow that when you’re on the river, a patchwork of colorful leaves surrounds you,” says Patrick Herron. His favorite thing to do on the Mystic River—something you can only do in the autumn—is push out on the water’s surface in a kayak or canoe to look at the falling, colorful leaves. […]
What’s better than an art festival? Or a farm festival? How about an outdoor extravaganza that’s an art and a farm festival all in one? The Somerville Arts Council is at it again, and this time, they’re bringing you Somerville’s first ever AgriCultural festival, which will be held on Saturday, October 1 from 1 to 6 p.m. […]
When Jessica Knauss moved to Somerville with her family in late 2013, she found the stigma of stay-at-home-parenting was much less palpable here than it had been in Pennsylvania. “A lot of people ask me, ‘Do you get to stay home with your kids?’ instead of, ‘Oh, so do you just stay home?’” Knauss never […]