Restaurant reserves "one table per night for guests who will be able to pay for dinner at their level of comfort"
The recently unveiled Community Land Trust offers a solution for some of the anxiety that homeowners and renters alike may be feeling.
"We’re also interested in people graduating out into bigger spaces because they are very small. We’re not interested in kicking people out. We kind of did what people wanted."
Experimental profit-sharing restaurant in Somerville hits milestone
Why does it take such a tragic event to enact safety where known perils lie?
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.
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).