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Fluff Festival Organizers Leading Campaign to Make the Fluffernutter the State Sandwich

It’s been nine long years since former State Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein first submitted a legislative proposal to make the Fluffernutter—that delicious pairing of peanut butter […]

Restaurants

An Exclusive First Look at Forge Baking Co. in Somerville

Forge Baking Company is still a couple weeks away from opening, but Jennifer Park and Tucker Lewis (the same team behind Diesel Cafe and Bloc […]

Restaurants

Somerville Restaurants Offering Up Marshmallow Fluff Treats

Union Square Donuts: “Fluffanutta” Doughnut Since last week, Union Square Donuts has been teasing out images of their new Fluffernutter inspired doughnut via Instagram. The […]

Arts & Entertainment

Brookline and Newton Make Money Magazine’s Best Places to Live Ranking

Newton and Brookline are two of the “Best Places to Live in America” according to Money magazine. Surprised? We’re not. Money’s latest ranking of the “50 […]

Wellness

A New, Unique Yoga Studio Is Opening in Somerville

Lisa Natale’s grandfather would be proud. She’s about open a yoga studio on the parlor level of her family’s historical Somerville triple decker, where three generations of […]

Arts & Entertainment

Honk! Festival Hits the Streets of Somerville in October

There will be banging, there will be singing, and there will be dancing in the streets. On Friday, October 10, the ninth annual Honk! Festival, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Rob Gronkowski to Visit Youth Football Program in Somerville

After Julian Edelman is done passing out free Dunkin’ Donuts coffee at the Greenway on Tuesday, Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski will visit Somerville, where he […]

News

Somerville’s Getting Serious About Their New Styrofoam Ban

Beginning in October, officials from Somerville’s Inspectional Services Department will finally begin scouting food establishments around the city to warn them that citations will be […]

Restaurants

Restaurant Review: La Brasa in Somerville

At La Brasa, chef Daniel Bojorquez cooks whatever he feels like. The result? A menu that’s as exciting as it is inconsistent.

News

Somerville’s Streets Are Going Green

There’s more than one Green Line coming to Somerville.  The city put out a bid on Friday seeking a company to lather up existing bike […]

News

Roche Bros. Eye Davis Square for New ‘Brothers Marketplace’

If Alderman Jack Connolly had a dollar for every time he heard someone in Somerville say that the city needs a grocery store in Davis […]

News

Guns For Groceries

Somerville wants your guns, and in exchange, they’ll give you gift cards to go grocery shopping. As for spending that hard-earned cash at a Somerville […]

News

What People Are Saying About Boston on the ‘SketchFactor’ App

Stereotypes, while ignorant and shortsighted, are unfortunately unavoidable at times. That much is evident from how people are accessing a new app recently released by […]

Restaurants

Four Reasons to Say ‘Prost!’ at Bronwyn in Somerville

If it were possible for a restaurant to have an evil twin, T.W. Food’s brooding dopplegänger would almost assuredly be Tim Wiechmann’s other culinary concept, Bronwyn in Union […]

News

Shelves Remain Bare As Market Basket Protests Continue

Shoppers visiting Market Basket locations over the weekend were met with pamphlets and petitions in place of produce and other perishable goods as the embattled […]