Storytelling event this Saturday – Free!

Storytelling event this Saturday – Free!

This Saturday, Oct 10, 2-4PM, Now Listen Here is hosting a free! Outdoor Storytelling Open Mic at the Hyde Bandstand/Playground on Lincoln St in Newton Highlands. The event is free but requires pre-registration (here).  You bring you own law chair and mask.  Come...
Let’s talk election reform

Let’s talk election reform

State Senator Cindy Creem invites you to a discussion about election reform with Senator Barry Finegold, Newton City Clerk David Olson and Representative John Lawn via Zoom on Thursday Oct 8, 6:30PM – 7:30 PM. You can register here.  
Columbus Day in Newton?

Columbus Day in Newton?

Jenna Fisher reports in the Newton Patch that a proposal is afoot in the City Council to consider changing “Columbus Day” to “Indigenous People’s Day” in Newton. The proposal was first floated a year ago by Councilors Emily Norton and...
What’s with the water bills?

What’s with the water bills?

This useful info just arrived in Councilor Andreae Downs’ email newsletter. A number of residents have been asking why their water bills are higher during COVID than they were last year. In a nutshell, most of us are using more water at home right now. For...
The Druids had a good day

The Druids had a good day

As most of you know, Bruce Henderson has been running a months long Newton Scavenger Hunt over the last 10 weeks.  He’s had 50 photos of all kind of weird and wonderful items that can be seen from public spaces in Newton. As time went on, one of the items, #45...
A weekend of live outdoor theater in Newton

A weekend of live outdoor theater in Newton

Yesterday the Newton Nomadic Theater kicked off a weekend of the first live theater by any theater group. any where in Greater Boston (I believe) since the lock-down began in March. Given how all our lives have played out over the last six months I don’t think...

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