Alan and Michelle Chen of “Lotus XPress”, Fresh Asian Cuisine Restaurant that’s located at 167 Broadway in Somerville.
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While shopping at Market Basket the manager Announces over the intercom that “EBT cards are not accepted do to the government shutdown… No cash debit or credit card only”….. Food filled shopping carriages left behind throughout the store!
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By William Tauro
Congratulations to the Moss family on the dedication of the “SFP2 Delton (Pete) Moss US Navy Korea
Clara (Noni) Moss” Square!
The square was dedicated on Saturday, October 12th to the husband-wife for Delton’s service contribution in the armed services in the Korean Conflict and his wife Clara, a local hometown hero for saving a young child’s life in the City of Somerville when she was a crossing guard.
The sign hangs proudly outside the family residence at the Intersection of Richardson Street and Richardson Terrace in Somerville.
The dedication was provided by the city of Somerville to the Moss Family.
Congratulations to the entire Moss family for this honor!
People all around the county will mark Food Day on Thursday October 24, 2013 – a celebration of healthy, affordable and sustainable food around the country.
While one day might be enough for everyone else, we decided we needed a whole Food Week. Join in the fun by hosting a public event, offering an education session, creating a specialty meal, or finding a creative way to promote healthy, affordable and sustainable food.
If you’re planning an event that’s open to the public, email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 14 and we will add it to the City’s Food Week calendar and promote it via Facebook and Twitter.
For more information on how you can get involved with Food Week, contact Rachel Plitch at 617-625-6600 ext. 4321 or email@example.com. Stay tuned for a full Food Week schedule.
Friday kicked off a long music weekend in Somerville. The HONK! Festival started last night with musical performances in Union Square, and continues into Sunday. For a full schedule of events (including in Cambridge and Boston), visit honkfest.org. Sunday afternoon RadioBDC is throwing a free concert in Union Square. “Live on the Square” starts at 12:30 with a line-up of local bands, including The Sheila Divine, American Authors, Sea Monsters, Speedy Ortiz, and Rhett Price. http://bit.ly/1hESeBw
By William Tauro
Dedication ceremony in Memory of the Michael J Callahan, Governor’s Councilor at Wrights Park at the Middlesex Fells Reservation in Medford.
Dedicated by Medford Mayor Mike McGlynn on October 12th, 2013 many attended to pay their respect to a friend and good man.
Michel Callahan passed away on June 6th 2007 at the very same time and day that his predecessor Terrence Kennedy got sworn into Michael’s former seat as Governors’s Councilor.
Michael had many friends and he was very will liked and respected everywhere especially in Medford and Somerville.
Michael was also a former aid to the late former Senator Dennis McKenna of Somerville.