The Sport of Kings

Boston Polo Takes Inclusive Approach to Noble Pastime As you turn off Route 133 in Georgetown and onto the grounds of Boston Polo, any preconception of polo as a delicate sport for the wine-and-cheese set is quickly dispelled. Though it’s just 13 miles from the prestigious Myopia Polo in South Hamilton, this horse farm feels a… Read More

Will Courtney

Eight Great Things to Do This Weekend – 4/11/19

ONE: The Addison Gallery of American Art will hold an opening reception on Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. for two new exhibitions for its spring season: “Harlem: In Situ” and “John Goodman: not recent color.” “Harlem: In Situ” explores the depth, complexity and legacy of this renowned New York neighborhood, highlighting the work of… Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli

Electric Summer

Tech Camps Prepare Kids to Code, Calculate and Create For some people, the words “summer camp” conjure up fond images of swimming, hiking and campfires. Others are more apt to think of sunburns, poison ivy and mosquitos. Let’s face it, traditional summer camps aren’t fun for everyone. The good news is that there’s been a… Read More

Kim Whiting

NoteWorthy – 4/7/19

AROUND THE VALLEY JFK Library Foundation and UMass Lowell Hold Apollo 11 Anniversary Event On Friday, April 5, UMass Lowell and the JFK Library Foundation hosted an event at UMass Lowell to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Photo 1, featured above: Shown at the event are, from left, Lowell Center for Space… Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli
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