FALL BACK, PROTESTS AHEAD: OCTOBER IS FOR ACTIVISM
Image by Derek Kouyoumjian Longtime volunteer Bob Schofield, well known to his neighbors for greeting Somervillians who show up in the stands for neighborhood baseball action, is frustrated. As the Somerville Youth Softball president who also helped launch the Babe Ruth baseball program for boys, he’s fed up with community athletics, petty politics, and […]
If you can’t find something to do here then maybe you should just stay at home…
Art, beer, and a lot of laughs. Sounds good to us.
For a while it appeared that the residential area was about to be infected with yet another Starbucks franchise … until the landlords decided to give first-time brewpub owners Bert Holdredge and Jeff Rowe a shot at their dream.
It’s all looking good for post-Labor Day.
It was a good night to party. And when Andrew W.K. shows up in Somerville for a solo show at a unique neighborhood venue like Cuisine en Locale, it becomes a dynamite night to party.
Be sure to note the subterranean “Walnut Room” for a refuge during live shows, as well as a space for themed events (in the works: video game nights).
Surround yourself with and support fellow female musicians and musicians of color.
The bill was filed on the same day that the Somerville 18 took to the highway in protest of police brutality.