Your News: 10 Best Things About Somerville, Raising $200K for Homeless, Indie Film
A look at what Somerville Patch readers have been posting on the site.
Below are three recent posts on the site. One deals with the 10 things to love about Somerville, another talks about a Somerville coffee-shop owner supporting efforts to help homeless women, and the other talks about an independent film coming to Somerville Theatre soon.
Here they are:
Maxwell’s Green presents: 10 Things to Love About Somerville
"The Maxwell’s Green team asked residents, Facebook friends and others for their input about some of the best things Somerville has to offer. After analyzing the responses and considering the wide variety of themes participants discussed, we present the following: 10 Things to Love about Somerville."
Dinner Raises Nearly $200K to Support Program for Homeless Women
"Somerville entrepreneur and owner/operator of the 1369 Coffee House establishments Josh Gerber attended the 15th Annual Prepare for Winter Dinner benefiting On The Rise, Inc., a day program for homeless women located in Cambridge. A new Board Member of On The Rise, Gerber, brought a host of friends to the Sept. 27th event, which raised close to $200,000 for the non-profit."
"Conned": An Indie Film Showing, Oct. 19 and 20
"All the smart operators have gone to jail, and all that's left behind are the eccentric and dysfunctional criminals deemed unworthy of being put behind bars. With less and less up for stake, there is a sense of urgency for everyone to grab what they can and make a run for it before their operations are shut down for good. As time runs out, attention turns to the big prize, the biggest horse race that everyone knows is fixed."