Due to forecasts of inclement weather tomorrow, the Taste of Somerville is POSTPONED UNTIL 5:30 – 7:30 P.M., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 2014.
Stephen V. Mackey
President/CEO, Somerville Chamber of Commerce
2 Alpine Street, P.O. Box 440343
Somerville, MA 02144
Happy Birthday to the following Villens! Happy Birthday to Alderman Billl White, Somerville Police Chief Charlie Femino, Lori Santos, Larry Fidalgo, Gilbert Ho, David Lee Lyons, Frank Zaganjori, Happy 17th Birthday Taylor Dervishian our friend Gabriela’s daughter, Ken Ward and also Happy Birthday Danny Mclaughlin Alderman Matt’s brother!
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By William Tauro
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In this weekly culinary column, I will be focusing on one dish – giving the reader a quick history of the dish, the classical preparation of it, and of course, my own spin on the classic.
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The most difficult thing about my being right in 2008 about Barack Obama is that so many people have suffered from his pinball-style of leadership.
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By Shannon Hardy
During the summer of 1993 a nine year-old girl allegedly fell victim to alleged sexual predator, Christopher Elwell. Elwell, 33, of Woburn first met the victim volunteering as a junior staff member for the Boys and Girls Club in
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By Shannon Hardy
Energy is high as East Somerville locals gather with friends at Assembly Row on Somerville’s historical Mystic River. Friday, May 30th through Sunday, June 1st Assembly Row celebrated its Grand Opening Season. Although the area promises to be a unique destination for work, relaxation, recreation, and shopping, Director of Marketing, Andrea Simpson says, “it’s a neighborhood not an outlet center. Assembly Row has an essence of energy.”
Continue reading Assembly Row’s Grand Opening on The Move