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  • A New Rosebud in Davis Square

    A New Rosebud in Davis Square

    As the saying goes, everything old is new again.  And today, Davis Square’s iconic Rosebud Diner was reborn as Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar. Serving up comfort food from around the country, with some global flavors folded in for fun, this laid back space comes to the square courtesy of the Alpine Restaurant Group, the same folks […]

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    | September 15, 2014
  • Summer Streaming: Orange is the New Black

    Summer Streaming: Orange is the New Black

    summerSTREAMING | Orange is the New Black It’s here, it’s finally here! Netflix’s amazing, hilarious, often poignant female incarceration series, Orange is the New Black, is finally here. Looks like 13 hours of our weekend is booked with the lovely ladies of Litchfield Federal Prison – Piper, Crazy Eyes, Red and all the rest – […]

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    | June 6, 2014
  • Somerville arts, crafts and food trucks assemble this Saturday!

    Somerville arts, crafts and food trucks assemble this Saturday!

    ASSEMBLED, the handmade arts market at Somerville’s Assembly Row will kick off another season this Saturday, June 7th. And from the weather forecast, it’s shaping up to be a pretty spectacular day. The weekly market, which showcases homemade wares from more than 30 Etsy, Somerville, and New England local artists, will set up from 11am to 3pm at […]

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    | June 5, 2014
  • BBQ Mondays and Tuesdays at Tryst

    BBQ Mondays and Tuesdays at Tryst

    Arlington’s dependable and delicious Tryst Restaurant likes to keep things interesting, so they’re jumping on the BBQ bandwagon and launching “T’s Arlington BBQ Menu”.  This special menu  is served up  in-house Mondays and Tuesday from 5:00pm – 10:00pm. It’s also available for take-out. And from the looks of the menu, things are looking real good, y’all. We […]

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    | June 4, 2014
  • Free Screening @CinemaSalem: The Human Scale

    Free Screening @CinemaSalem: The Human Scale

    One of the highlights and biggest hits at this year’s Salem International Film Festival was Andreas Dalsgaard’s documentary film, The Human Scale, a fascinating look at the ways in which people-oriented urban design can transform how cities function, and how we can incorporate basic human needs for inclusion and intimacy through design to make these […]

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    | June 4, 2014
  • Clam Shack coming to the Willows!

    Clam Shack coming to the Willows!

    We love the Salem Willows. LOVE IT! It’s a truly unique, beautiful seaside public park with a small strip of take-out joints, kiddie rides and game arcades (skeeball included) that harkens back to glory days of a century ago when seaside amusements drew hordes of people for a day of frivolous family fun. Actually, on warm summer days, […]

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    | June 4, 2014

. Other News

A New Rosebud in Davis Square

A New Rosebud in Davis Square

| September 15, 2014

As the saying goes, everything old is new again.  And today, Davis Square’s iconic Rosebud Diner was reborn as Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar. Serving up comfort food from around the country, with some global flavors folded in for fun, this laid back space comes to the square courtesy of the Alpine Restaurant Group, the same folks […]

Continue Reading

Summer Streaming: Orange is the New Black

Summer Streaming: Orange is the New Black

| June 6, 2014

summerSTREAMING | Orange is the New Black It’s here, it’s finally here! Netflix’s amazing, hilarious, often poignant female incarceration series, Orange is the New Black, is finally here. Looks like 13 hours of our weekend is booked with the lovely ladies of Litchfield Federal Prison – Piper, Crazy Eyes, Red and all the rest – […]

Continue Reading

Somerville arts, crafts and food trucks assemble this Saturday!

Somerville arts, crafts and food trucks assemble this Saturday!

| June 5, 2014

ASSEMBLED, the handmade arts market at Somerville’s Assembly Row will kick off another season this Saturday, June 7th. And from the weather forecast, it’s shaping up to be a pretty spectacular day. The weekly market, which showcases homemade wares from more than 30 Etsy, Somerville, and New England local artists, will set up from 11am to 3pm at […]

Continue Reading

BBQ Mondays and Tuesdays at Tryst

BBQ Mondays and Tuesdays at Tryst

| June 4, 2014

Arlington’s dependable and delicious Tryst Restaurant likes to keep things interesting, so they’re jumping on the BBQ bandwagon and launching “T’s Arlington BBQ Menu”.  This special menu  is served up  in-house Mondays and Tuesday from 5:00pm – 10:00pm. It’s also available for take-out. And from the looks of the menu, things are looking real good, y’all. We […]

Continue Reading

Free Screening @CinemaSalem: The Human Scale

Free Screening @CinemaSalem: The Human Scale

| June 4, 2014

One of the highlights and biggest hits at this year’s Salem International Film Festival was Andreas Dalsgaard’s documentary film, The Human Scale, a fascinating look at the ways in which people-oriented urban design can transform how cities function, and how we can incorporate basic human needs for inclusion and intimacy through design to make these […]

Continue Reading

Clam Shack coming to the Willows!

Clam Shack coming to the Willows!

| June 4, 2014

We love the Salem Willows. LOVE IT! It’s a truly unique, beautiful seaside public park with a small strip of take-out joints, kiddie rides and game arcades (skeeball included) that harkens back to glory days of a century ago when seaside amusements drew hordes of people for a day of frivolous family fun. Actually, on warm summer days, […]

Continue Reading