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Artist Tory Fair to Speak At Worcester Art Museum—Contemporary artist Tory Fair will discuss her work,…

Patriots Roster Projections 2.0—Who makes the cut? Who gets cut? Find…

Old Sturbridge Village to Offer Free Admission to Kids on Labor Day Weekend—Old Sturbridge Village will host their annual "Family…

Worcester to Declare August 21 as American Antiquarian Society Day—City officials and American Antiquarian Society staff will…

Organize + Energize: 10 Ways to Make Your Mornings Easier—How many of you rush around in the…

Dear John: Does He Have a Secret Life?—She found lipstick in his car.....

Smart Benefits: New IRS Publication Tells Individuals if They’ll Pay an ACA Penalty at Tax Time—The Internal Revenue Service recently issued a publication…

5 Books to Help You Survive the College Admissions Process—When you walk into the college section of…

Comic Robin Williams’ Death Puts Spotlight on Depression, Suicide—Last Monday evening, millions of Americans were shocked…

Revolution Fight To Home Draw Following Bye Week—The New England Revolution welcomed the Portland Timbers…

 
 
 

United Neighbors of Fitchburg to Host Many Flavors Fundraiser

The United Neighbors of Fitchburg will present the annual Many Flavors of Fitchburg fundraiser on October 9 from 5 to 7 p.m.

 

slides: Fifth Annual Worcester Restaurant Week Summer Edition to Begin August 4

The Fifth Annual Worcester Restaurant Week Summer Edition will be held from August 4-16. Over 40 Worcester area restaurants

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The Cellar: Expand Your Palate

Do you consider yourself a bit of a wine nerd? If so, you should consider signing up for a wine tasting at the Providence

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The Cellar: For the Love of Cabernet (Franc)

Saget Chinon

One of my favorite grape varietals is Cabernet Franc. If you haven’t tasted a Cabernet Franc before you are so missing out!

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slides: Top Al Fresco Dining Spots in Central MA

Summer is the perfect time to treat yourself at one of Central Massachusetts' outdoor dining spots.

 

The Cellar: The Making of a World Class Wine

Don Melchor

Most of you are probably familiar with the wines of the Chilean producer Concha y Toro. This famous Estate dates back to

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Worcester Boys and Girls Club Hosting Healthy Cooking Classes

This summer the Boys and Girls Clubs’ members in both Worcester and Boston will learn first-hand about healthy cooking and

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The Cellar: Aged Rioja and a Great Chardonnay

If you think that the pleasure of pulling a decade old bottle of wine from ones basement is a privilege only the rich can

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Stay, Filet, Play: A Winning Getaway in the Connecticut Woods

We interrupt our normally scheduled round-up to bring you something a little different. When a postcard comes across your

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slides: Third Annual Worcester Food Truck Festival June 21

The Happy Taco food truck

The Third Annual Worcester Food Truck Festival will return to Elm Park on Saturday, June 21.

 
 

The Cellar: The Other Pinot

Many of you will associate the Pinot grape with its most popular genetic mutations Gris/Grigio, Noir/Nero and Meunier. This

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Sweet’s Eisenhauer Heads to NYC for Newest Cooking Battle

Eisenhauer

Worcester’s own Chef Alina Eisenhauer of Sweet Kitchen and Bar is heading to New York City to make her next appearance.

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Taste of Shrewsbury Street Returns to Worcester June 17

The Taste of Shrewsbury Street annual festival will return to Worcester on Tuesday, June 17 from 5 to 9 p.m. More than 30

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The Cellar: 3rd Annual Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Market

Few people know that Southern New England has its own defined viticultural area. It is called the Southeastern New England

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