As skyrocketing real estate prices cause rents to soar, maintaining space for the arts in Somerville is increasingly difficult. Still, arts and recreation thrive in a recently developed non-industrial complex—located in a historically industrial space. Along the abandoned B&M railroad line and within one of Somerville’s oldest industrial neighborhoods lies the Somernova business complex. It […]
“A lot of people think of parkour as only for young, athletic men who train with their shirts off,” says Blake Evitt, director of Parkour Generations Americas, with a grin. “In reality, parkour is for everybody.” In the latest episode of SCOUTV, we step into Brooklyn Boulders to check out the “functional fitness” offered by this […]
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The Lights Out and Aeronaut have teamed up with Brooklyn Boulders for a record release that’s unlike anything you’ve seen (or heard) before.
Listen up, Somerville. This weekend is packed with great stuff to do.
Friday, 2/27 Visualize Somerville 8 p.m., $25 (free for members) Brooklyn Boulders 12A Tyler St. Fed up with staring at the same rock wall? Visualize Somerville, using a system of projection systems, will turn the climbing walls at Brooklyn Boulders into waterfalls, mountain peaks and lava flows. Escape to the outdoors, inside. We Dig Free […]
Brooklyn Boulders isn’t just for climbing. On Saturday, July 20, the rock gym opened up its new space to a skate contest held by 1031 Skateboards, Landshark Wheels and Somerville’s Maximum Hesh shop. The Best Trick contest saw local skaters compete alongside members of the 1031 and Landshark skate teams as Newport, Rhode Island skate […]