Scout Magazines Internship Opportunities

Internships Scout Magazines — Direct. Vibrant. Local. Scout is seeking talented interns in the following categories: Editorial, News, Arts & Community, Marketing and Web Development. Interns will not be responsible for answering phones, fetching coffee or other secretarial tasks. Instead they will be out in the field gaining invaluable journalistic experience and developing writing, reporting, […]

Scout Weekend: August 16-18

     This weekend marks the middle of August, which means it’s time to get out and enjoy the city’s special summertime events before back-to-school season begins. Embrace your artistic side and listen to live poetry in its various spoken and lyrical forms. Hungry? Good, because there’s an all-you-can-eat ice cream competition calling your name. If […]

Scout Weekend: August 9-11

Summer is winding down and the humid heat stretches of July are a thing of the past. You can still afford to put off the back-to-school shopping for another weekend or two, although the kids might be holed up finishing that summer reading they’ve been putting off since June. Here are the best events to […]

News: A4 Pizza Soft Opens Tonight!

A4 Pizza, Scout-featured chef Michael Leviton’s highly anticipated spin-off of Area Four in Cambridge, will finally make its grand opening this Monday – but, those looking to get their hands on a slice can check it out early this Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. – 1 a.m. An Instagram post and a tweet from […]

Scout Out: Brooklyn Boulders

Brooklyn Boulders, the massive new climbing gym located in the old Ames paper factory building on Tyler Street, opened its doors to the public last Thursday for the commencement of its four-day grand-opening celebration. The evening included music, speeches by Mayor Curtatone and BKB’s founders, aerial performances by Aircraft Aerial Arts and, of course, plenty […]

Scout Out: Foodie Crawl Seeks Volunteers

           East Somerville Main Street’s annual Foodie Crawl is set to celebrate its third year this September, and you can be a part of the culinary celebration! Project assistant Nicole Bernstein is looking for volunteers who are willing to spend just a few hours assisting the nonprofit organization, which aims to improve the community through […]

Scout Weekend, August 2-4

If you’re looking for something out of the ordinary to do this weekend, Somerville’s event lineup has you covered. Spend Friday in front of the silver screen in Davis Square, then head over to Union for a night of musical and artistic live performances. On Saturday, bring a few bucks to drop on awesome vintage […]

Scout Out: Somerville By Design

The second Somerville by Design visioning session for Davis Square was held on Tuesday, July 30th at the First Church of Somerville on 89 College Avenue at 6:30 p.m. The event, like all others in the series, was free and open to the public. Local residents have been encouraged to attend meetings focusing on either […]

News: Hubway in the Way?

Thuvan Dang, the owner of Somerville Dry Cleaners & Tailors arrived at her store one April morning to an unexpected site. In the two parking spaces that had long served her laundry-laden customers, workers were installing a Hubway station. Dang is one of four Ball Square business owners with uneasy feelings about the bike share […]

Fresh Meat

By Scott Kearnan If there’s one thing you can say about Somerville’s dining scene, it’s that things are never stale. There’s always a high-profile opening or innovative new approach happening in the city, so we found a handful of current culinary game changers. From acclaimed chefs to dumpster divers, from husband-wife restaurateurs to entrepreneurial brothers, […]

Vote for Best Caterer!

Thanks to a mysterious clerical error, we failed to include Best Caterer in our initial Scouts Honored online form – which is strange, because we love food! We’ve since fixed that blunder – you can now find the Best Caterer category at the very top of the list, and we’ve extended the voting deadline to […]

Scout Weekend July 26 – 28

We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but it’s the last weekend of July, meaning that for you or maybe your kids, back-to-school shopping is right around the corner. Take at least a few more days to relax, try to stay cool during another hot stretch of weather, and most importantly, try not […]