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The Library Grows – Up?

Posted by a 11:16 am on March 26, 2013

Somerville Library as a digital laboratory, community service, and creative resource to both city and national users.


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Posted in Arts and Culture, Comprehensive Plan, Development and Zoning, Education, Events, Green Line, Politics, Schools and Youth, Seniors, Teens, Union Square, Ward 2, Ward 3 | No Comments »

3/15/13 – 4/9/13 Comment Period for Union Square Urban Revitalization Plan ENF

Posted by a 8:55 pm on March 24, 2013

Remediation of contaminated industrial areas in the Union Square area has been an issue. It may be in your interest to comment on the Environmental Notification Form. More…


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Posted in Beat Reporter, Comprehensive Plan, Development and Zoning, Events, Green Line, Transportation Projects, Union Square | No Comments »

Free Movie: Mother Nature’s Child

Posted by a 1:24 pm on March 23, 2013

Somerville Climate Action, Rep. Denise Provost and The Growing Center present a free film:

MOTHER NATURE’S CHILD

Mother Nature’s Child explores nature’s powerful role in children’s health and
development through the experience of…


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Posted in Arts and Culture, Disaster Relief, Education, Environment and Open Space, Events, Video | No Comments »

Free Teen Creative Writing Program at Somerville Public Library Begins Sunday March 24

Posted by a 9:01 pm on March 19, 2013

Are you a teen who likes to write stories about aliens, blogs, flash fiction, or poems? Are you interested in becoming a novelist, short story writer or poet?


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Historic St. Paddy’s Fundraiser

Posted by a 10:02 pm on March 14, 2013

A Benefit for the Somerville Museum and
A Celebration of the Emerald Isle

5:30-8:00PM
Friday, March 15th, 2013
1 Summer Street, Sancturary Unit
The Historic First Methodist Church, Union Square

Irish Music by…


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3/6: Bad Attitude and Bluegrass @ Rosebud

Posted by a 10:45 pm on March 4, 2013

This is not your grandmother’s literary event.

On Wednesday March 6, from 6 to 8pm, nonfiction writers Ethan Gilsdorf and Steve Macone and poets Janet Wondra and Ava Leavell Haymon perform their work and deliver a heathy dose of “bad attitude” — from the playful, irreverent, and transgressive to just plain bad-tempered work.…


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3/11/13 Ethanol Transport Draft Findings Public Informational Meeting

Posted by a 8:12 pm on March 3, 2013

Trains carrying large amounts of flammable alcohol would pass through Somerville, including Porter Square, Brickbottom, East Broadway, and Assembly Square. More…


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Posted in All Ages, Assembly Square, Beat Reporter, Development and Zoning, Disaster Relief, Environment and Open Space, Events, Green Line, Porter Square, Public Health & Safety, Trains, Transportation, Transportation Projects, Union Square | No Comments »

3/5/13 Beacon Street Public Meeting

Posted by a 8:11 pm on

This project is controversial because the proposed cycle track could remove parking spaces. More…


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Posted in All Ages, Beacon Street, Beat Reporter, Comprehensive Plan, Development and Zoning, Events, Housing, Traffic & Parking, Transportation, Transportation Projects | 1 Comment »

3/6/13 Transportation Finance Forum

Posted by a 8:07 pm on

The state’s transportation infrastructure is long overdue for repairs and maintenance. Come to this forum to learn what options are on the table. More…


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Mark Niedergang’s Campaign Kickoff on March 3

Posted by a 4:33 pm on February 22, 2013

The Committee to Elect Mark Niedergang invites you to enjoy delicious free food from Redbones, Taco Loco, and Gauchão , fun entertainment, good company, and provocative discussion at a party and fundraiser to kick off Mark’s campaign for Ward 5 Alderman. Alex the Jester will entertain. State Representative Carl Sciortino (Somerville/Medford) will speak.


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Posted in Announcements, Ball Square, Davis Square, Development and Zoning, Education, Environment and Open Space, Events, Government Reform, Housing, Lowell Street, Magoun Square, Politics, Porter Square, Schools and Youth, Ward 5 | No Comments »