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Prix Fixe dinner menus, specialty “Fluff” menu items and cocktails, discounts available at participating businesses. Check http://www.somervillema.gov/Somerville175 for full list.
SOMERVILLE – As part of Somerville’s year-long celebration of its 175th Anniversary, we are honoring our city’s “foodie” culture and showcasing the wonderfully diverse and delicious cuisines. Continue reading Somerville Celebrates “Foodie Month” in June with Events in More than 20 Local Restaurants & Shops
Twenty flotillas of tall ships will arrive in Boston Harbor on June 17th for the magnificent Parade of Sail at the Sail Boston Festival. Featuring the largest fleet of tall ships since 2000, this regatta and waterfront celebration honors the city’s rich maritime history and heritage. Continue reading Sail Boston 2017: Tall Ships Regatta and Waterfront Festival
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS FRIDAY, June 16, the 165th day of 2017 with 200 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:05 and sunset is @ 8:23. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Saturn & Mercury. The evening stars are Mars, Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 0455 – Rome was sacked by the Vandal army.
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By William Tauro
Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone posting this on his Facebook page at 10:05pm on Wednesday:
Continue reading Is Somerville Mayor Curtatone Fueling the Fire and Spinning Politics?
It’s an election year in Somerville, and as you may know, I am running for re-election for a third two-year term as Ward 5 Alderman. Continue reading I’m running for re-election as Ward 5 Alderman Mark Niedergang
Join me Billy Tauro on WMEX Radio 1510AM live this Friday night June 16th from 6-8pm on the Joey Carroll Show. I’ll be talking about my favorite subjects, Somerville City Hall, Draining the Swamp, a new breakthrough in the 25-year-old Deanna Cremin murder case that our news publication’s investigative reporters revealed and the ‘Big Bluff’ that Somerville isn’t a sanctuary city and hasn’t been one for over 30 years! So put your seatbelts on, put your feet up, get some popcorn and enjoy the ride!