Hard to believe but the Green Line Extension is actually making progress. The last few weeks have seen a flurry of activity and the long-in-the-works project is finally, mercifully moving towards completion. And while our Big Dig-traumatized brains won’t accept GLX is a real thing until we see an undergrad barf on Tufts Station, we […]
With bridges closing and messy traffic detours, local businesses are feeling the growing pains of the Green Line Extension You see the day-glow orange road signs everywhere, from the Powder House rotary to Union Square: bridge closed; detour. Other signs, a little less obvious, say, “Businesses open.” Staying open has become challenging for some businesses […]
Join us for an artisan and vintage market at night! Somerville Flea is partnering with the Arts Council for the 3rd year in a row. Come peruse local artisan products and vintage finds. Hang out, listen to live music, and enjoy the beer garden. This free event will be on Saturday, 15th (rain date June […]
The Somerville Flea is partnering with the Arts Council for the 3rd year in a row. Join us to peruse local artisan products and vintage finds. Hang out, enjoy food from local restaurants and the beer garden, and listen to live music by Yoni Gordon, David Mirabella and Friends, and Andrea Gillis Band. This free […]
The brain child of Mayor Joe Curtatone, who played trumpet in the Somerville High School Jazz Band, Joe’s Jazz and Blues Festival is back this year! On Saturday June 15th, get ready for a free all-day outdoor event in beautiful Powderhouse Park (a.k.a Nathan Tufts Park)! Bring a friend, blanket, and a picnic for a […]
The last two decades have been a wild ride for Paramount Bicycle owner Tyler Oulton.
After more than three and a half years of author talks and mystery club meetings, The Book Shop in Ball Square (694 Broadway) will be closing its doors at the end of the month. In a touching post on the shop’s Facebook page, owner Gil Barbosa bid farewell to the friends, writers, community members and even pets […]
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 […]