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Column: Bring automatic voter registration to Mass. - Wicked Local

Somerville police seek crossing guard applicants - Wicked Local

Letter: Cappucci for Republican State Committee - Wicked Local

Somerville plans public relations push for GLX - Wicked Local

Appeal: Casino will harm Somerville's health - Wicked Local


SOMERVILLE MA LINKS: City of Somerville Massachusetts - official site contains city department information permit applications history maps and local links.
Thirsty Scholar Pub - Somerville MA great food great beers great music brunch. Somerville Restaurants Bars Taverns Pubs.
Center for Arts at the Armory - provides studio spaces for artists a cafe galleries two live/work artists units two performance spaces and offices for arts organizations.
Somerville Public Schools - official public school info calendar schedule.
Johnny D's Uptown Restaurant and Music Club - Somerville restaurants pubs bars taverns.

The Somerville News - Somerville News is local Somerville Massachusetts news in a weekly print newspaper and online.
Somerville Theatre - The Somerville Theatre continues doing what it set out to do since 1914 – provide the community with quality entertainment on stage and screen. It distinguishes itself from the large theater chains by offering lower prices; great popcorn and Richardson’s Ice Cream; a fine beer and wine assortment.
Kelly's Diner - 674 Broadway (Ball Square) - Somerville MA restaurants pubs taverns.


Though formally listed as being located in Medford, Tufts University is also located in Somerville. The Somerville-Medford line runs through Tufts' campus splitting the main library. The school employs many local residents and has many community service projects that benefit the city, especially those run through the Leonard Carmichael Society and the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service. Similarly, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences lists its address in Cambridge, but has its main entrance on Beacon Street in Somerville. Somerville is home to a thriving arts community. Regular arts-related events, such as the annual "ArtBeat" festival, occur throughout the year. In addition, numerous galleries and music clubs showcase the talents of residents and others. Live music performance venues include Johnny D's, Somerville Theater, Precinct, Sally O'Briens, PA's Lounge, and others. Two major art studios, the Brickbottom Artists Building and the Joy Street Studios, are located in former industrial buildings in the Brickbottom District of Somerville, located between McGrath Highway and the Fitchburg Line railroad tracks, adjacent to the Inner Belt District. The Brickbottom Artists Association has been hosting annual open studio events in the fall since 1987. Davis Square is home to lively coffee houses, vintage stores and other independent retailers. It is also home to the Somerville Theatre, which houses the Somerville branch of the Museum of Bad Art and plays host to the Independent Film Festival of Boston each spring.

The Somerville Community Path is a tree-lined rail trail that runs from Cedar Street to the Cambridge border near Davis Square. It connects with the Alewife Linear Park, which in turn connects with the Minuteman Bikeway and the Fitchburg Cutoff Path. Community activists hope to extend the path eastward to Lechmere Square, which would connect with the Charles River Bike Paths and the proposed East Coast Greenway. Somerville has 63 parks, playgrounds, playing fields, and community gardens.

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