BOSTON, MAY 20–Guests can download themselves into an all-new 4D film experience starring the LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Boston beginning Sat. June 11. It’s up to the LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS to defeat the evil Jestro, Continue reading NEW 4D LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ MOVIE EXPERIENCE AT LEGOLAND® DISCOVERY CENTER BOSTON SOMERVILLE OPENS JUNE 11
Click on video above to see 2016 MMA Storm The State House Run
This past Thursday morning, motorcyclists from all across Massachusetts rode to the State House in Boston for the MMA’s 15th Annual “Storm the State House” Legislative Lobbying Day. Continue reading 2016 MMA Storm the State House Run Somerville
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS FRIDAY, May 20, the 141st day day of 2016 with 225 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:17 and sunset is @ 8:03. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Saturn, Uranus & Venus. The evening stars are Jupiter & Mars.
ON THIS DAY IN: 0325 – The Ecumenical council was inaugurated by Emperor Constantine in Nicea, Asia Minor. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
The Somerville High School Music Department hosted “An Evening Of Song” Concert this past Thursday evening in the Somerville High School Auditorium. Continue reading SHS “An Evening Of Song” Concert
This Saturday’s weather is supposed to be gorgeous and what better way to enjoy it than listening to live music at Somerville Arts Council’s Porchfest? Starting at noon in the eastern part of the city, musicians will be taking over porches, driveways, and back yards to perform. Continue reading Somerville Porchfest 2016
By Jeffrey Leiken
When it comes time to apply to colleges, we may not be serving our children well.
That’s according to a growing chorus of voices who work with youth and their academic endeavors Continue reading Are We Fostering The Wrong Kind Of College Envy?
MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (May 18, 2016) — Tufts University is providing Somerville’s youth soccer and lacrosse programs with access to more than 600 hours of playing time on its athletic fields this spring sports season in an effort to help address a shortage of city fields. Continue reading Tufts University Makes More Playing Fields Available to Somerville Youth Recreational Sports This Spring
By Roger E. Herst
Do this. Be here. Listen to me.
Any good parent wants to raise happy, well-adjusted children, but the way they go about often undermines that goal.
“As a rabbi, I’ve watched a lot of parents over the years,” says Rabbi Roger Herst, author of “A Simple Formula for Raising Happy Children” (www.rogerherst.com). Continue reading Show, Don’t Tell, Is One Of The Secrets To Raising Happy Children, Rabbi Says
750 Healthy trees to receive ash borer prevention treatments; 150 sickly ash trees proposed for removal and replacement; Public hearing on proposed removals May 25th
Continue reading ASH BORER PREVENTION EFFORTS UNDERWAY IN SOMERVILLE
Are you interested in learning more about the proposed rebuilding of Somerville High School? Continue reading SHS Building Committee, Mayor Curtatone to Discuss Preferred Option, Financial Information at May 23rd Meeting