Sidewalk Sale at The Street

Sidewalk Sale at The Street

The Street will host its second annual Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, July 23rd from 10am-8pm. The Sidewalk Sale is an annual event with incredible summer discounts, perks and entertainment. This year will be all the more unique as artist Curtis Kulig will unveil a site specific mural and host an interactive public sticker installation at the event. The Street is located […]

Top Colleges in MA According to Forbes

Top colleges in Massachusetts according to Forbes

27 Massachusetts colleges made the list, out of 660 schools nationwide, according to Forbes magazine. Williams (2) Harvard (4) MIT (5) Amherst (12) Tufts (18) Boston College (22) Wellesley (32) Holy Cross (51) Smith (54) Brandeis (74) Boston University (79) Mount Holyoke (102) Babson (104) Hampshire (151) WPI (166) Bentley (178) Emerson (186) Clark (188) UMass […]

Water Fountains Shut Off in Newton Parks

Water Fountains Shut Off in Newton Parks

On May 17, the City was notified that an external drinking fountain at Family Access of Newton was found to have elevated lead levels. This fountain was turned off. After learning about this, the City decided to proactively test 7 public drinking fountains in the City’s parks to determine whether further action needed to be […]

7th Annual HopeWalks: Register Now!

7th Annual HopeWalks: Register Now!

The Newton-Wellesley Hospital Charitable Foundation has announced that its seventh annual HopeWalks event will be held on Sunday, October 2, 2016. HopeWalks is a 3.3 mile neighborhood walk to benefit cancer patients and their families by supporting the Integrative Support Services offered at the Vernon Cancer Center. These life-enhancing services for cancer patients optimize healing […]

Circus Smirkus Performing at Gore Place in Waltham

Circus Smirkus Performing at Gore Place in Waltham

Circus Smirkus proudly presents the 2016 Big Top Tour:  Up, HUP and Away: The Invention of Flight! Come see this award-winning, international traveling youth circus where kids aged 11 to 18 are the stars…featured in aerial acts, high-wire, rolla-bolla, clowning, juggling and so much more! This is the circus featured on the Disney Channel, the circus that The […]

Joli Savons: Natural Beauty Products by Newton Resident

Joli Savons Rose Facial Toner

I have been going to my hair stylist for more than eighteen years. She’s the Creative Director at Safar on Newbery Street and has fierce style. She’s been experimenting with all natural beauty products and has come up with her own line of body scrubs, face products and even deodorants! The packaging is beautiful too. […]

Wicked Early Sports Report FREE

Wicked Early Sports Report FREE

Wicked Early Sports is funny & informative daily blog giving readers sports highlights, with a twist. Think “The Skimm”, but for sports. It’s started by the brother of Newton resident. It’s free too! Subscribe free here. We’re like your morning Boston sports page. But shorter. And funnier. And better. Get us every morning in your email inbox, Wicked […]

Massachusetts Ranked 2nd in Nation for Child Well-Being

Massachusetts Ranked 2nd in Nation for Child Well-Being

Massachusetts Ranked 2nd in Nation for Child Well-Being. Children in Massachusetts lead the nation in educational achievement and also rank highly in health measures, but more than one in seven live in poverty, according to the 2016 KIDS COUNT® Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The annual report measures child well-being state-by-state across four […]

Watch Ice Age: Collision Course! FREE

Watch Ice Age: Collision Course! FREE

Ice Age Family Fun at Showcase Cinema de Lux Revere! Bring the whole family to celebrate ‘Ice Age: Collision Course’ in theatres July 22!   WHAT:                          On Sunday, July 10th, Showcase Cinema de Lux Revere will be celebrating in anticipation of the fifth […]

Upcoming Events at Historic Newton

Calendar items from Historic Newton

 Sunday, July 10, 2:00 PM NEWTON WALKS: FARM TO CAMPUS AT BOSTON COLLEGE Boston College moved out to Newton in 1913, creating a campus from farmland once owned by Amos Lawrence, 19th century industrialist and abolitionist. This tour, led by BC History professor James O’Toole, traces connections between the school and its Newton neighbors. Also learn […]