What sounds do you associate with a taproom? The clinking of glasses? The hum of pumps and boilers? Maybe some radio rock blaring from a speaker in the corner? You probably don’t think of classical music that combines violins with electronics, or of Vellumsound, the resident string ensemble at the Museum of Fine Arts. But […]
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Chocolatier Alexandra Whisnant of Gaté Comme des Filles and Compliments Food Co. founder Bobby MacLean already have a home at Aeronaut (14 Tyler St.), where Whisnant’s high-end chocolate company shares space in the Foods Hub and Compliments serves grilled cheese, chili and more tasty taproom comfort food several times a week. Now, the pair are […]
But the organization won’t have a home in Somerville for long—its land has been seized for development by the MBTA.
This weekend, a new art exhibit at Aeronaut is turning their standing Firkin Friday into Feminist Fiber Friday. For more than two years, local artist Iris Nectar has been running a blog highlighting woman-identified makers in the textile arts, and in January she began planning an exhibition that would bring their work out of from behind the […]
Build a bra, find farm fresh veggies and more Somerville events in this weekend’s Scout Picks.
Nothing is ever done, everything is always building.” It is a sunny Wednesday afternoon and while the rest of Somerville digs itself out from the Blizzard of 2015, Scout is at Aeronaut Brewing talking to co-founder Ben Holmes. The air is warm and moist and the scent of fermentation wafts through the expansive facility, a […]
Unlike letterman jackets and pop quizzes, learning is something that should follow you far beyond your high school years. As Socrates so eloquently reminds us: “Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.” Somerville and Cambridge are havens for adult learners, with events at area colleges and bookstores taking place nearly […]