Five Things: Big Orange Line Meeting, TV Hosts in Holiday Sweaters

Also, planning a revolution, and Patch's "Deck the House" contest.

1) Orange Line corridor meeting
Learn about planning and development along the Orange Line corridor, which stretches from Boston through Somerville, Medford, Malden and Melrose. The meeting takes place in Boston from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. the McLeod Suite of Northeastern University’s Curry Student Center, 346 Huntington Ave., Boston.

2) "Greater Somerville" hosts in Christmas sweaters
Joe Lynch and KyAnn Anderson, hosts of SCATV's "Greater Somerville," will be joining the Dec. 15 Illumination Tour with their own trolley. According to a message from Lynch and Anderson, "Dazzling lights, festive music, and obnoxious holiday sweaters are all said to make an appearance for those lucky residents who decide to climb on board." You can get a taste in the photo above. Tickets for the tour are on sale at Blue Cloud Gallery in Ball Square.

3) 2nd public discussion group organized by People for Democratic Revolution
A long term goal of the revolution, according to the listing, is to "end poverty and war by defeating the ruling elite and establishing real democracy based on voluntary federation, with decisions made locally and not subject to override by a central or federal government." If this interests you, the meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the library.

4) "Deck the House"
Speaking of holiday lights, you could win $100,000 for Somerville Public Schools if you win Patch's national "Deck the House" contest. More here.

5) Weather
Today should be mostly sunny with a high around 44.

walter sullivan December 05, 2012 at 09:12 AM
Why did this meeting on Orange Line Developments not occur in one of five towns effedted----if done again how about having meeting in Malden?---wtsully70@verizon.net
walter sullivan December 05, 2012 at 09:18 AM
why did this meeting on Orange Line Developments not occur in one of five towns effedted?-----if done again how about having meeting in Malden?---How about putting notification in advance in local newspapers of 5 cities/towns.------wtsuly70@verizon.net


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