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City Life

Somerville Teen Held On Bail After Alleged Sexual Assault at City-Sponsored Soccer Camp

A Somerville soccer player accused of allegedly using a broomstick to sexually assault another student, while at a preseason camp sponsored by the city, pleaded […]

City Life

Two More Somerville Fires Are Under Investigation By State Officials

Somerville Firefighters responded to two separate two-alarm fires early Wednesday morning, marking the eleventh, and twelfth blazes officials have battled since June. The early morning […]

City Life

The Boston Globe Discovered Hipsters Live in Somerville

The Boston Globe has a big front page story reporting that Somerville is a city overrun by hipsters, which prompted most of us to ask […]

City Life

This Joe Curtatone Video Sure Looks Like An Ad For Governor

Below is a video that’s going to be posted on a new website of Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone, which lauches Tuesday. The site, I am […]


Supply Chain: Mozzarella Magic at Somerville’s Fiore di Nonno

Welcome to Supply Chain, where we go behind the plate to get a feel for the day-to-day of Boston’s most relied-upon restaurant purveyors. “Be sure […]


Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville Mixes Work and Working Out

The Brooklyn Boulders (BKB) climbing gym in Somerville is all about culture. It’s about rock climbing, yes, but it’s also about innovation, art, music, and community. And […]


From a Somerville Studio to National Infomercials

Andrew Haynes, a six-degree blackbelt and owner and trainer at Somerville’s Corpbasics, has been in the fitness industry for more than 20 years, so he’s seen his […]

Arts & Entertainment

Somerville Sculptors Are Building a Climbable, Mind-Bending Structure for Burning Man Festival

Things are going to get trippy at this year’s Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada when two area sculptors introduce a […]

Arts & Entertainment

A Troupe of Acrobatic Cats Are Pouncing Their Way Into Somerville Soon

For two days at the end of July, people curious about what sorts of tricks cats are capable of will be able to get their […]

City Life

Somerville Will Measure Residents’ Happiness With a Mobile App

Two years ago, Somerville made national headlines for sending out a survey asking residents to divulge to city officials just how happy they were about […]


The Rosebud Diner As We Know It is Now Closed

For the iconic Rosebud Diner in Somerville, “business is done.” At least, the restaurant is changing hands, and some of the staff is heading out. […]

City Life

MassDOT Wants to Bring Down the ‘Monument to Urban Blight’

Residents have called it an eyesore, Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone says it’s so bad not even fungus would want to live there, and now, officials […]


Say Prost! to Bronywn, Opening This Evening in Somerville

We told you back in April 2012 that Bronwyn, the second restaurant from T.W. Food chef Tim Wiechmann and his wife, Bronwyn (name make sense […]

City Life

When Traveling From Somerville to South Station, Take the MBTA

Riders may not think so, but when it comes to traveling from Somerville to South Station during the busy morning commute, taking the MBTA is […]


Johnny Cupcakes Coming to Somerville to Talk About Clothing and Branding

Those that usually wait in the long lines outside of the faux-bakery on Newbury Street, where Johnny Cupcakes’ T-shirts and apparel are sold, may want […]