The “Living With Heat Report” explains that Somerville is especially vulnerable to urban heat island impacts because of our excessive pavement and lack of tree canopy and open spaces.
The slave quarters standing at 15 George Street is the only freestanding slave quarters north of the Mason-Dixon Line still existing in the United States.
The Rock Circuit’s a loop (hence the “circuit” part of its name) that runs a scant four miles in length as opposed to the seven miles that the Skyline runs. Unlike the Skyline, however, you won’t find many long stretches of relatively level ground here, and as you might also gather from its name, the path is extremely rocky, testing knees and ankles alike.
Instead of trying to get ripped next year, we have some far more sensible ideas for how to improve our city, selves, and community while having loads of fun.
Boston's poppy surf rock trio tease their upcoming album, Single Forever, with their catchiest song yet.
Inside Italo you’ll find a no-frills place that is strictly meant for takeout, with display cases of pastries and baked goods along with bread and pizza sitting behind the counter, while some Italian products such as olive oil, cookies, and pasta are displayed along the walls.
Five snowshoe hikes and walks inside Route 128
A little cafe that features a big (and hard-to-find) sandwich
Route 93 Quick Eats in Medford
Killer Bourbon, Exceptional Craft Beer and Ridiculously Good Food