We know moving can be stressful. Rather than add to your stress by sending you hither and yon for the information you’ll need right away, we’ve put it all on this handy website. Check it out, keep calm, and enjoy your new home!
Q: Where would you want to be when the vampires come?
A: The South St. Farm in SOMERVILLE!
Not only does the South Street Farm have freshly harvested vampire repellent (common name: garlic), but there is a water catchment system that captures 600 gallons of rain water and fantastic vegetables growing all over. This is how you transform a vacant parking lot into a vampire apocalypse shelter. yessss.
Buffy’s got nothing on South Street Farm.
Leave Condescending Wonka home Thursday night and freely enjoy a screening of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” “Willy Wonka” kicks off Somerville’s SomerMovie Feast - a summer long series featuring movies about food, cooking, and eating. All movies start right after sunset and are free. This week’s screening is in Seven Hills Park, in Davis Square.
Tomorrow the White House will showcase projects from its first-ever Maker Faire to celebrate the National Day of Making. Share your own projects using #NationOfMakers. What will you make? http://wh.gov/makerfaire
Today Mayor Curtatone is at the White House representing Somerville’s makers. I don’t know about you, but all this maker talk is making me feel crafty.
One of the big local news stories today was about a recent study showing just how much the arts help boost the Greater Boston economy. In Somerville, this is old news. We’ve been looking at how the arts strengthen the economy for almost a decade. Check out some of the early studies we did here.