Boston-based Viv For Your V, which ships its environmentally conscious menstruation products to people’s homes, is planning a bricks-and-mortar Feminist Bodega pop-up shop for August, including goods from a woman-owned business in North Cambridge.
A 15-acre project called USQ got a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday, signaling what one speaker declared “the return of Union Square as the center of commerce for Somerville.”
There’s widespread agreement here in the Agassiz neighborhood that we should review its name, but why should our neighborhood and school be identified the same – after Maria Baldwin – and become the only neighborhood to have only a school’s name?
In the Mystic River and Mystic Lakes, you might spot a fairly large, gangly black bird with a long, kinky neck. Perhaps just its head and neck can be seen bobbing along in the water while it searches for fish. This is the double-crested cormorant.
‘Snake Eyes’: A hiss for taking itself so seriously, fighting against ‘G.I. Joe’ action-figure origins
“Snake Eyes” prioritizes atmosphere and a general “vibe” over trusting the action set pieces that should provide its thrills. The end result hardly justifies the film’s existence, aside from allowing some actors a moment to shine.
The confluence of highs and lows and Val Kilmer’s keen wit make for a deeply intimate retrospective, culled from the actor’s own home video.
Somerville and Cambridge celebrate the return of live music with an all-local Saturday music festival cutely titled Nice, A Fest. “It’s just like, ‘Nice, we’re having a festival,’ or ‘Nice, we get to do this again,’” organizer Alex Prickett said.
Opened in haute Davis Square more than 20 years ago by Lydia and Steve Liakos, the Out of the Blue Restaurant offers simple, quality seafood done with a Sicilian accent in a cozy, nonpretentious atmosphere.
After closing mid-March of 2020 to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the Harvard Art Museums are expected to reopen to the public Sept. 4.