Worcester rocks local festivals and carnivals celebrating its multicultural roots. The annual Caribbean Festival is one of the biggest events of the year here in the Woo. Check out these highlights from other years as we count down to this year’s big event. Totally loving the work Future Focus Media Co-op does to highlight the Read More
tired of the same old same old macaroni and potato salad sides at you cookouts? Check out these recipes from the Worcester Food and Active Living Policy Council. They include some yummy ways to use locally grown herbs and produce, including: While you’re there, poke around and learn about the advocacy work the group is doing Read More
Canalloween.. This Saturday in the Canal District… Lots of fun happenings … Looks family friendly and lots of fun!
Yay, train service — or so Tim Murray promises according to an article in yesterday’s T&G, which reported that the MBTA will be increasing the number of trains between Worcester and Boston in the coming months. A someone who used to leave for work 3 1/2 hours early and get home from work 2 hours Read More
The T&G reports that National Grid is rolling out Smart Grid technology in the north and west parts of the city this summer. I’m all for wising up the grid, but I’d settle for them updating the infrastructure. Right now, we lose power for a few hours every other month or so. The annoying part Read More
Got an extra jar of pickles in your pantry? Can you afford to buy an extra roll of aluminum foil? Abby’s House, one of Worcester’s most important resources for women in dangerous relationships, needs STUFF — and it’s not big stuff. If you know or love someone who has been affected by domestic violence, why Read More