Formaggio Kitchen opened its (re)located Huron Village shop Monday, a sparkling space that offers the amenities of the original site and more. Does it make good on fulfilling the gap left by the Fresh Pond Market it replaced?
Getting acoustic music into untraditional spaces such as bookstores began to look doable this week, as the License Commission took up the issue again after a rebuke from city councillors.
We remain committed to our partnerships and will continue to operate with transparency and integrity with all involved. We offer our sincerest apologies for the miscommunication and for any negative feelings that may have been caused by seeing our name included in this letter.
Open letter to councillors calls for March meeting about people-centered community safety budget (updated)
There’s an urgent need for discussion of a functioning and people-centered alternative to some current policing – a program that is more than just a symbolic gesture while that continues to be the dominant mechanism of “public safety.”
On a far distant planet two centuries into the future, a colony of humans lives in what feels like a Western frontier town atop a forested hilltop – at war with the planet’s indigenous species and totally lacking in women, until one crash lands there.
The new Formaggio is much bigger and brighter than the old, with more and bigger piles and displays of wonderful things to eat. And radicchio at a price you may have never seen.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with brings Billie Holiday back to life, streams greats at The Brattle – including a rediscovery of “Smooth Talk” from 1985 – and looks at new releases such as “Tom and Jerry,” “My Zoe” and the docs “Sex, Drugs & Bicycles” and “Downstream to Kinshasa.”
A space for aspiring electronic music artists and studio producers called Subcentral launches this weekend in Central Square – just steps from where The Mmmmaven Project operated with a similar mission until April 2019.
“Playing fair is a joke invented by rich people to keep the rest of us poor” – a quote that might ring true if it wasn’t from the lips of a corporate Karen who dupes the elderly out of their amassed wealth for her own gain.