Now centered in Powderhouse Park just outside Davis Square, Taste of Somerville is back on Wednesday, June 14 from 5-8 p.m. Josh Lewin of Juliet and Morgan Bigley were in this morning to talk about the event, which is the largest it’s ever been: over 90 restaurants and breweries will be sampling. And it all benefits The Somerville Home and Walnut Street Center. Click here for tickets and details. More
Enter to win tickets to see the film of your choice at Somerville Theatre.
Somerville Theatre “Summer of Love” film series celebrates the 50th anniversary of the original “Summer of Love”, a super cool series of landmark films from 1967, full of hippies, vampires, acid trips, riots, rock and roll, and a whole lot of the gorgeous Sharon Tate – all in 35mm! Curated by Julia Marchese, tap into your inner hippie with the following films:
Valley of the Dolls – Wednesday, June 14 @ 7:30pm
Riot on Sunset Strip – Wednesday, June 21 @ 7:30pm
Jean-Luc Godard’s Weekend – Wednesday, June 23 @ 7:30pm
Read more about the films here
Some new, old Radiohead. More
Summer is the hungriest time of the year. Millions of kids rely on school meals, but in summer, the meals disappear. HGTV’s Taniya Nayak was in studio this morning to talk about Taste of the Nation this coming Tuesday, June 6, which benefits Share Our Strength’s #NoKidHungry initiative. Click here to get your tickets. More
June 1, 2017. A day that will live in infamy. A day that started with hardcore sports enthusiasts skiing and riding Killington and ended with Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Eric Wilbur unpacked the 30-foot snowpack with me and previewed Warriors-Cavs. More
Bringing it all home. More
The 24th Annual Corrib Classic 5k Road Race is this Sunday, June 4. Proceeds benefit local West Roxbury charities, and it’s a great family event. Click here to register, and click “more” for all the details, straight from Tony from the Corrib Pub.. Oh, and don’t forget to join Adam 12 and Coors Light at the Corrib for a pre-race party on Thursday, June 1 from 6-8 p.m.
The sun came out, and so did we. More