A Somerville dad is pounding pavement—and learning about his city along the way.
When Juliet’s Josh Lewin steps into the ring for his Haymakers for Hope fight, he wants to raise more than just funds for cancer research.
“We’re a married couple, we are both approaching 40 years old and we’re both morbidly obese.”
On March 2, when the MBTA held the first in a series of public community forums on the future of the Green Line Extension and the corresponding Community Path Extension, the Somerville Road Runners’ Brendan Kearney wasn’t there. Kearney is a race director for the run club, which is the oldest in Somerville and one of the […]
It’s a sleepy Sunday morning in Somerville, but while much of the city is just crawling out of bed, the Center for Arts at the Armory is bustling with activity. Dancers run through their steps in the main performance hall, young families order breakfast at the cafe counter and musicians in the building’s practice spaces […]
Ask a city cyclist to name the most frustrating aspects of commuting on two wheels, and they’ll probably tell you that potholes are near the top of the list. But Greater Boston’s ragged roadways have almost been a blessing for Loud Bicycle Horn creator Jonathan Lansey. The Somerville resident developed the Loud Classic, a car horn that cyclists can affix to their two-wheeled vehicles, back […]
By Sam Trevino In this Scout Out, Sam Trevino finds his inner “bro” and gives Broga – yoga for men – a try.