Six Everett residents will perform in two free performances at the Malden Public Library in the Maccario Room. On Thursday, March 29 at 1:30 p.m., they will perform Arriving, and on Friday, March 30 at 10:30 a.m., they will perform Lost in Translation. All the performers are students in The Immigrant Learning Center (ILC) Theater Class.
Senator Sal’s Fortunes Rising
No one in politics in this city today has a brighter future than our State Senator Sal DiDomenico.
He is today one of the best known and most highly respected politicians and if all things are equal, his dramatic rise will be shortly be capped with the prize of them all, the state Senate presidency.
Sal’s humility and accessibility are strong points considering he is, after all, a politician.
Sal’s honesty and his integrity are unquestioned. Continue reading EDITORIALS: March 14th
By Lorenzo Recupero
For the first time in Pope John High School history, the Tigers are headed to the division 4 state title game after dispatching Mashpee, 70-62, at the TD Garden on Monday, March 12.
The Tigers (23-1) earned the right to compete against Maynard for the state title on Saturday, March 17 in Springfield. Continue reading Tigers Continue Tale (Photo Gallery)
Everett-based food justice organization Everett Community Growers (ECG) is convening a small group of Everett residents to share their experience of the City’s local food environment through a camera lens. Participants are taking to the streets as community photojournalists, and capturing images that tell stories about issues in Everett’s food system, and features that make it great. They’re doing this to identify ways to improve health and racial equity in Everett’s food system. Continue reading Building a Healthier and More Equitable Food System in Everett