We’re into the “dog days” of summer and there’s lots of stuff going on all over Somerville…and that includes activities at your friendly neighborhood community media center – SMC. If you’re involved with the BFR side of things, then you’ve … Continue reading
Featured Artist: Adam Adkison & Artist Statement In art, all you need is a pencil and a piece of paper to create fantastic characters, wondrous worlds, places of beauty and amazement. I remember a large painting my grandmother had on her wall. … Continue reading
The Somerville Media Center, East Somerville Main Streets and the Arlington International Film Festival bring you a screening of international movies on the last Fridays of July, August and September at Chuckie Harris Park (3-17 Cross St East Somerville, MA 02145). … Continue reading
Somerville Media Center announces its 2017 Cinema Somerville Outdoor Movie Series for July. Cinema Somerville is a popup movie series and is free to the public! These outdoor movie screenings start at 7:30pm with a BYOPicnic and will play at 8:30pm … Continue reading
This past Saturday was Somerville’s annual Artbeat celebration. SNN spoke to some of the artists about what they do and their involvement in the Somerville community! [PART 1]
Marijuana has been legal in Massachusetts since November. SNN went to Davis Square to see what people know about the ruling and how they feel about the future of pot in our community.
2017 Somerville Labor Coalition Candidate Forum Somerville Labor Coalition | Wards 2 & 3 Candidates (Part 1) Somerville Labor Coalition | Ward 4 & Mayor Candidates (Part 2) Somerville Labor Coalition | Alderman at Large
Here is the latest “Inside the SMC studio,” a monthly blog post highlighting our members and who they are! There is a set series of 10 questions they answer. This month, we hear from Nathan Lamb: a longtime supporter of community … Continue reading
Comic book enthusiasts Jack and Dave look at the work of Simon Hanselmann whose darkly hilarious comics are genius ensemble pieces of toxic relationships, drugs, suburbia, depression and friendship.
In this short video, people in the community share some of their favorite memories of Somerville with City of Somerville Archivist, Nadia Dixson. This was a collaboration between the City of Somerville and Somerville Media Center. The goal is to … Continue reading