• Common Ground Pop Up Market 2017

    Common Ground Arlington Pop Up Market

    Join us for a Holiday Pop Up Market at Common Ground in Arlington (319 Broadway, Arlington, MA 02474). Common Ground in Arlington Third Annual Holiday Pop Up Market October 15th, Sunday from 11am-3pm   Arlington Recycling Committee: Advocating and supporting local initiatives to promote solid waste reduction, reuse, recycling, composting and more. ArtSpan – Munroe Center […]

  • Hope Walks

    Registration Open for HopeWalks

      Registration Open now for HopeWalks! Newton-Wellesley Hospital has announced that online registration is now “live” for the eighth annual Hope Walks event to be held on Sunday, October 1, 2017. One of Newton-Wellesley’s most beloved traditions, Hope Walks is a 3.3-mile walk to benefit patients of the Vernon Cancer Center. Proceeds from the fundraiser […]

  • Save the Date for Hope Walks 2017

    Save the Date for Hope Walks 2017

    Save the Date for Hope Walks 2017!

  • Summertime at The Street FREE Series

    Summertime at The Street FREE Series

    Summertime at The Street series remains in full effect. There are five complimentary events each week, ranging from the popular Kick It By Eliza fitness class to Berklee College of Music performances to Children’s Dance Parties, as well as special events like Barry’s x Best Buddies and Summertime Savasana, Yoga Under the Stars. All events are free and open to the […]

  • Soliciting Donations for Silk Road Gala

    Soliciting Donations for Silk Road Gala

    ATASK (Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence) is seeking donations for the silent action for its annual fundraiser, the Silk Road Gala. Please save the date and contact Christina Ayala if you want to make a donation to this worthy cause. Cristina Ayala Co-Executive Director Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence PO Box 120108 Boston, […]

  • August Events from Historic Newton

    AUGUST EVENTS FROM HISTORIC NEWTON  Ongoing through January 2018 FREED FROM THE FRAME: BEYOND THE CHILDHOOD PORTRAIT Our exhibit displays six portraits of children from Historic Newton’s collection and also tells what happened to each child in adulthood. The lives of the children in the portraits reflect major events and cultural shifts in 19th century America, […]

  • Barry's free fitness class

    Barry’s Fundraiser Fitness Event for Best Buddies

    BARRY’S HOSTS INDOOR/OUTDOOR CLASS FOR BEST BUDDIES WITH A COOLDOWN FLOW BY LULULEMON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2017 at 6:30PM AT THE STREET IN CHESTNUT HILL This event is $10. Offering the ultimate summer workout for a great cause, BARRY’S is teaming up with lululemon and hosting a fitness class in support of Best Buddies on […]

  • Chinese Historical Society of New England (CHSNE)

    Chinese Historical Society of New England (CHSNE) Banquet

    Chinese Historical Society of New England (CHSNE) 25th Anniversary Annual Meeting & Banquet Friday, September 29th Boston, MA Click here for more info. CHSNE NEEDS YOU! CHSNE is a membership-based 501(c)(3)non-profit organization dedicated solely to documenting, preserving, and promoting the history and legacy of Chinese immigration in New England. Please consider becoming a member or donating […]

Newton: A Great Place to Live!

Sharing information about why Newton, Massachusetts is a great place to live and raise a family. If you are thinking of moving to Newton, or have recently moved here, we'd like to help you get settled in. Feel free to ask questions and you'll get unbiased answers. Welcome!

SOWA Art Walk May 6th: Check Out Kathryn Graven, Studio 319

If you are going to the SOWA Art Walk this Sunday May 6th, from 11-6 p.m, please check out our friend Kathryn Graven. She is at Studio 319. Her site is here. You can view all these mixed media paintings at the show. Her work is Abstract Expressionist.

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Newton News: Newton Developing into Russian Enclave, and Special Education Trend in MA

Some interesting links on Newton: Mass. suburb develops into a Russian enclave. The Mass. suburb that the Boston.com article refers to is Newton! Russian immigrants have become part of the character of the Boston suburb of Newton. More than 9% of people in the town report Russian ancestry, according to the U.S. Census, and residents […]

Go the F**K To Sleep. Seriously, Just Go To Sleep! New G Version.

Do you remember an old episode of Sex and the City where Carrie Bradshaw, desperate to meet Big’s ex-wife, meets with her to plug a book concept? Unfortunately, during her meeting, she discovers that Big’s ex-wife is a children’s book publisher. So she quickly makes up a story about a girl with magic cigarettes that […]

McDonald's Bakery,

You Won’t Be Able To Guess Where This is From AND GIVEAWAY!

Where do you think these tasty treats came from? Starbucks? A bakery cafe? Like these places, these scones, cheese danish, banana bread and muffins are made without any preservatives. Would you believe me if I said that … They are delicious! They are from McDonald’s! As in Mickey D’s. YES, YES, YES, the place with […]

Sharon Schindler’s Photography at Temple Reyim

Israel Photography Exhibit by Sharon Schindler Photography by Sharon Schindler beginning April 20th Temple Reyim – 1860 Washington Street, Newton Newton is one of those places that is filled with talented artists and writers – we’re lucky like that.  The very talented photographer and Newton resident Sharon Schindler has a new temporary exhibit and new permanent […]

Thomas Wilkins, BSO, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Youth and Family Conductor

BSO: New Sheriff in Town for Youth & Family Concerts, Family Concert April 21

Boston Symphony Orchestra’s New Sheriff What do you get if you cross Bill Cosby with Pastor Archibold Epps and teach them to conduct a first rate orchestra? Why, Thomas Wilkins, the new permanent Boston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concert Conductor. Technically, he’s the Germeshausen Youth and Family Concerts Conductor. He makes classical music fun and accessible to […]

Boston Celtic Center Greg Steimsma Fundraiser for Young Audiences of MA!

Please save Wednesday, April 25th, 7-9pm for what promises to be a memorable evening benefitting Young Audiences of MA! Held at one of the hottest restaurants today, Lydia Shire and Jasper White’s Towne Stove and Spirits (named one of America’s Best New Restaurants of 2011 by Esquire Magazine), this social fundraising event is hosted by Boston Celtic Center Greg Steimsma, who […]

Franco Garcia, missing Boston College student,

Missing BC Student, Franco Garcia’s Body Found in Reservoir, No Sign of Foul Play

Yesterday, Franco Garcia’s body was found yesterday in the Chestnut Hill reservoir near Boston College and the bar where Franco was last seen. The 21-year-old, who was studying chemistry and played clarinet in the symphony band, disappeared Feb. 22 after leaving a bar in Boston popular with college students. from CBS News Garcia, 21, was last […]

Acton Discovery Museum

April Vacation Week Activities at Acton Discovery Museums!

Calendar of Events April 12 – 22 Mixing in Math, April 12 & 17 Celebrate National Robotics Week with Robots and Brain Bots, Inc.! April 12 Good Vibrations: Musical Instrument Exploration with Olin College, April 14 Write Your Own iPhone/iPad App! April 15 Spring Tree Walk, April 17 SMART Gals: Lost in Lexicon: An Adventure in […]

Newton Library Book and Author, Mitchell Zuckoff, Dennis Lehane

Book and Author Luncheon with Dennis Lehane and Mitchell Zuckoff

The Friends of the Newton Free Library is hosting a book and author luncheon benefit event. When: Friday, May 11, 2012 with a cash bar (wine) 11:00 am. Luncheon 12:00 pm. Speakers and Book Signing will follow the luncheon. Where: Ballroom, Newton Marriott Hotel, 2345 Commonwealth Avenue at Route 128, Newton, MA Dennis Lehare    Mitchell Zuckoff Who: Featured Speakers are Dennis […]