We’ll admit, a couple weeks back we were more than a tad bit jealous of a neighbors down South and their chocolate festival … jealous enough to brave then ten minute trek on the Red Line, even. Well, jeal no more, fellow Somervillians–we’re getting our own celebration of the sweet stuff, right in time for […]
Beards. After the jump.
On Tuesday, January 28, KyAnn Anderson and Joe Lynch of “Greater Somerville” fame premiered an all new “Somerville Neighborhood News” broadcast. The program explored a range of topics, including how international students transition to life at Somerville High School and the latest reactions to higher property taxes and gentrification.
On a recent episode of “Greater Somerville,” host KyAnn Anderson chatted with Community Cooks’ Elizabeth Shaw-Caffrey. Community Cooks is non-profit which started in Somerville in 1991 and has a network of more than 300 volunteers that offer home-cooked meals to hungry neighbors in the community by partnering with other non-profits.
It’s a weekend of melancholic amusements in Somerville after the jump–try not to stain your greasepaint.
There’s a little over a week left until the deadline for submissions to our Poetry issue–it’s time to compose or decompose, people! Give some airy nothings local habitations and names, already! Details after the jump.
By Joey Del Ponte and Scout Staff At times, this city’s past reads like historical fiction: Jonathan Franzen living down the street from fellow author Isaac Asimov’s old digs. A future-president studying the pinnacle of law at Harvard while living down the street from the garage where gangster Whitey Bulger once (allegedly) seemed willing […]
By Adam Bezigian Photos by Susan Cushner, courtesy of Sarma Sarma (249 Pearl St.), a long anticipated new restaurant in Winter Hill, burst into the party in October and may very well disrupt the whole scene. From an epicurean standpoint, the scene is particularly easy to disrupt. Winter Hill is historically known for chop shops […]
Boston rock, French jazz, and Zimbabwean folk-pop await you after the jump.
Check out the latest edition of “What’s New?” from the Jan./Feb. issue of Scout.
By Sam Trevino In this Scout Out, Sam Trevino finds his inner “bro” and gives Broga – yoga for men – a try.
By Micaela Kimball Photos By Shef Reynolds One of my first interactions with Nephtaliem “Neph” McCrary – of local funk band The Nephrok Allstars –occurred outside the Bank of America ATM machine in Central Square, where the singer told me he had just come from spending almost three hours posing nude for an art class. […]