SOMERVILLIANS DONATE $5,000 TO RESTART SOMERVILLE WIRE
Municipal news service can run for another few months, now accepting applications for a reporter gig Great news! Thanks to the 40 Somerville residents who donated the $5,000 we needed, the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism has met our goal to restart publication of the Somerville Wire news service for another few months. This is […]
PARTS AND CRAFTS MOVES TO BOYNTON YARDS
Kids’ makerspace gets cool new digs thanks to community benefits (Somerville Wire) – For children who want to explore hands-on, self-directed learning, Somerville’s Parts and Crafts is about to reopen in a spacious new location. “It’s got a cool industrial feel, whereas our old space had an aging convenience store kind of feel,” said Dina […]
SOMERVILLE ARTIST PAINTS MURAL IN JP
New work by Julia Csekö opens Saturday, May 21 (Somerville Wire) – As part of a long-term plan to uplift and celebrate the Stonybrook community in Jamaica Plain, Somerville-based artist Julia Csekö has created a new mural on an exterior wall of the Extra Space Storage facility at 141 McBride St. in Jamaica Plain. Csekö’s […]
SOMERVILLE NURSES FIGHT FOR FAIR CONTRACT
During negotiations with Cambridge Health Alliance, nurses feel unrecognized.