Integral Arts Everett is set to premiere the first annual Everett Community Art Walk, a temporary art exhibit that will be on display throughout various city locations. Visitors are invited to participate in a city-wide month long art scavenger hunt to explore the city and find artwork hidden throughout local businesses and community organizations. The exhibit will be free and open to the public and will be suitable for all ages.
It will continue throughout the entire month of October, and participants can view artwork on display anytime during the month.
With 30 participating organizations ready to host 50 pieces of artwork, the Everett Community Art Walk is poised to present an engaging art adventure, while showcasing local artists and boosting traffic to local businesses.
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Leader Herald Staff Report
The weekend was not kind to Encore where police were called to put down what was described as a large fight which started in a hotel room apparently and which spread into the hotel lobby and then onto the main entrance of the luxury hotel.
Continue reading State and Everett Police Answer Fight Call at Encore
Primary Day in Everett
By Josh Resnek
A drive around the city on Primary Day 2019 was a drive around an empty space.
As at-large candidate Mike Marchese said early in the morning: “It looks like a ghost town.”
A ghost town indeed.
When I drove into Everett Square early this morning there were a handful of sign holders, chief among them former mayor, former city clerk, councilor at large John Hanlon, doing what he has done for a lifetime – and as his wife told me earlier on the telephone – “Loving it. It is his life.”
Councilor at large, former rep, Wayne Matewsky was also holding a sign in the square waving to the early morning primary day traffic.
A Steve Simonelli supporter carrying assign stood next to him also waving.
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By Josh Resnek
Encore Boston Harbor reported another powerful earnings month in August, according to figures released Monday by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
Total gaming figures amounted to $52 million, $3 million better than July revenues which came in at $49 million.
“We are pleased with the revenue figures,” Encore President Robert DeSalvio told casino the Gaming Commission and casino analysts.
“Slots figures were lower than anticipated but we have time to improve those figures substantially,” he said.
Encore’s slot figures have been sluggish, considered a problem by some industry analysts or not a problem at all by others.
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By Josh Resnek
Councilor at Large Wayne Matewsky topped the ticket in light balloting on Primary Day Tuesday in the at-large primary race.
Incumbent councilors John Hanlon, Richard DellIsola, and Mike Marchese finished 2, 3 and 4 in that order.
Gerly Adrien finished strong at the number 5 position.
Councilor Peter Napolitano was close with the highest voting pack at 6.
Continue reading Matewsky Tops Ticket. Hanlon 2nd, DellIsola 3rd Marchese 4th, Adrien 5th