Posted in October 2008

2008 General Election Voter Information

The 2008 general election will be held this Tuesday, November 4th. It will mark the end of a long and historic election season that has generated enthusiasm and interest here at home and across the world. Here are a few questions people may still have: Where do I vote?There are dozens of polling locations in … Continue reading »

Community Bocce Court

This past month, the long awaited (by some) public bocce court opened outside the King Open school on Cambridge St. Bocce is a great, simple game, and can be played by people of literally all ages, from children as young as three or four to senior citizens well into their nineties. From Bocce The first … Continue reading »

Visiting Le Cordon Bleu

Last spring I visited the brand new Boston campus of the world-famous Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. Originally founded in Paris in 1895, Le Cordon Bleu has developed a reputation for academic and culinary excellence, and the residents of the larger metro-Boston area are very lucky to now have the institution’s newest campus … Continue reading »

October Calendar

This monthly calendar represents only a small portion of the many interesting things happening in Cambridge and Somerville. If you would like to add another event, or a link to your own calendar of events, please email my office at Other Local Calendars: October in CambridgeCity Calendar October in SomervilleCity CalendarThe Growing Center Green … Continue reading »

Register to Vote: Deadline is October 15th!

More info on voting: Massachusetts Elections DivisionTo order a form: Elections Division Voter Registration Form Request If you aren’t registered to vote yet, time is running out to take part in this year’s big general election. Along with local and national candidates, there will also be three statewide ballot questions on the November 4th ballot, … Continue reading »

Interpreting East Somerville Through Photography

SOMERVILLEMore information:Interpreting East Somerville web pageEast Somerville Main Streets home pageSomerville Journal articleUpdate: Somerville Newstalk 10/8 mention If you have a digital camera and find yourself taking pictures in East Somerville over the next few weeks, you could wind up in an art exhibit at City Hall! East Somerville Main Streets along with the Mayor’s … Continue reading »