Cuisine:

Ray Gonzalez and CocoRay’s

A Lawrence Renaissance is Born at the Revolving Test Kitchen College students standing in line at CocoRay’s Borinquen Taqueria may not realize the impact of their lunchtime choice. In addition to grabbing a quick bite between classes, they are contributing to a bold new experiment when they order their taco, quesadilla or burrito. 37-year-old Ray… Read More

Jennifer Wolcott

Eight Great Things to Do This Weekend – 3/23/17

ONE: Now that UMass Lowell’s River Hawks have clinched their Hockey East Championship win, they’ll be opening the NCAA Tournament against Cornell on Saturday at noon. Get out to the SNHU Arena this weekend and root for the home team! TWO: The 1990s might be “Far Behind” us, but these guys are still rocking. One… Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli

Tuscan Kitchen’s New Seacoast Location

New Hampshire’s already thriving Seacoast culinary scene has a new player, and it’s a big one. Tuscan Kitchen opened a third operation in Portsmouth on March 1, just a quick drive from the Route 1 rotary. Tuscan Brands owner Joe Faro expects the spot to be a vibrant and thriving addition to the area. He… Read More

Dean Johnson

Leaving No Kid Hungry in Massachusetts

Want to enjoy a delicious meal for a fantastic cause? On Monday, March 27, the Massachusetts Restaurant Association will partner with Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign for multiple restaurant-hosted charitable events in support of the latter’s “Cooking Matters” initiative. Cobblestones of Lowell will once again be the Merrimack Valley host location, having raised… Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli
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