Somerville Neighborhood News Headlines from episode # 18

1. SUMMER IN SOMERVILLE
Somerville, MA, July 1, 2014 – “Somerville in the summertime can be tough because there’s no body of water,” Julia Wallerce said. But she loves “taking long walks on the community path”.

Other residents, like listening to music, playing basketball, visiting Lincoln Park and going to the pool. The full article and news video on the Somerville Neighborhood News website!


2. WORLD CUP FEVER IN SOMERVILLE
Somerville, MA, July 1, 2014 – The 2014 World Cup might be in Brazil, but in some parts of Somerville, the fans are yelling in Portuguese and Spanish and other languages, rooting for their home countries’ teams. The full article and news video on the Somerville Neighborhood News website!

3. PLAYING FIELD CHALLENGES
Somerville, MA, July 1, 2014 – Some of the city’s 18 playing fields are in bad shape, and almost all of them need to be repaired or renovated in one way or another. The full article and news video on the Somerville Neighborhood News website!

4. WHEN IS ART NOT ART?
Somerville, MA, July 1, 2014 – Somerville residents walk by public art every day, from murals and painted switchboxes to sculptures and memorials. But, unless they were looking, a passerby might not even notice one particular creator’s art, or “not art,” as he calls it. The full article and news video on the Somerville Neighborhood News website!

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