A Picasso – reviewed

A Picasso – reviewed

Last night was the opening of the Newton Nomadic Theater’s new show –  A Picasso.  Three Village14 regulars were in the audience. Here’s a review from Sally Lipshutz. Jeffrey Hatcher is authentic and his play is all about authenticity. It takes place...

Marathon Monday: Expect detours and delays

Monday April 18 is Marathon Monday. Road closures along Washington Street will occur beginning at: 8:30 a.m., from the Wellesley line to Beacon Street.  8:00 a.m., from Beacon Street to Commonwealth Avenue. Please be advised that road closures along Commonwealth...

Newton Has Talent may be looking for you!

The deadline to enter Newton Has Talent has been extended to this Friday, April 15th at midnight.  Time is running out, so enter now for a chance to win our $1000 first, $500 second or $250 third place prizes AND help support the community service programs of the...
Newton names new planning director

Newton names new planning director

His name is Barney Heath, he comes from Pawtucket, R.I.  and Wicked Local has a few  details. There’s no word here on what happens to James Freas who has been acting planning director since 2014....
Tour de Newton 2016 – bigger and better

Tour de Newton 2016 – bigger and better

The Tour de Newton is back for the 4th year on Fathers Day June 19.  This annual 20 mile bike ride starts simultaneously in all 13 villages.  Your ride with your own neighbors and tour through the other 12 villages on a relaxed leisurely ride with stops at each...
“A Picasso” opens next weekend

“A Picasso” opens next weekend

The Newton Nomadic Theater’s next production, A  Picasso by Jeffrey Hatcher opens this coming weekend. A Picasso is a cat-and-mouse suspense drama exploring the role of art, the artist and the beholder in a world gone mad during the Nazi occupation of Paris in...

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