Interactive database offers access to programs, knowledge for children and caregivers With children returning to school this week, parents may be searching for programs, services, and activities coming up, as well as facts and advice about general developmental issues. City government, in partnership with its community of educators, caregivers, and service providers, has developed a […]
SOMERVILLE WIRE: November 2, 2021 WEEKLY ROUNDUP
A Veterans Day ceremony, a staged reading of “The Birds,” and an event at the Somerville Museum Articles CURTATONE SPEAKS OUT ABOUT FORMATION OF PUBLIC BANK Mayoral candidates also weighed in on whether the Commonwealth should build this entity BUSINESS PROFILE: PEARL STREET TATTOO CLUB The new East Somerville space aims to be inclusive OPINION: […]
REQUIREMENTS FOR OUTDOOR DINING IN SOMERVILLE RESTAURANTS
The Somerville Licensing Commission seeks the public’s assistance in disseminating the Commission’s requirements for outdoor dining in Somerville restaurants. These requirements are intended to assist patrons in behaving responsibly, to help keep other patrons, the general public, and restaurant workers safe in this time of pandemic.
SOME THOUGHTS ON TRANSPORTATION POLICY
It was vexing to watch Bird fans that clearly hadn’t even bothered to read the article in question—let alone my broad and deep back catalog—attack me as some kind of car-loving anti-environmental reactionary in the service of flogging their hipster transportation fetish du jour.
FLIPPING US THE BIRD
Bird’s model looks to be entirely profit-driven and completely mean-spirited. No matter how much CEO Travis VanderZanden tries to equate the unasked-for and unwanted service to “freedom.”