[MAJOR Pics] Some Things I Saw Today

It’s amazing what I see at various points in my travels through the City of Worcester. Earlier today, I spotted a partially eaten red velvet cake in an alley as I made my way from Elm to Pleasant Street. While driving down Main Street, I noticed the construction of some new building taking place on […]

Shoe Tariffs & New Balance

New Balance, which has it’s headquarters in Brighton, MA, has been busy lobbying and pushing for our Government to keep the $3-$5 tariff on sneakers to remain in place. Companies such as Nike, Adidas, and Reebok, to name a few, produce less than 10% of their sneakers in the United States compared to New Balance’s […]

[Contest] Vans Custom Culture 2013

Vans, the California-based footwear company that are known for their skateboarding, BMX sneakers and snowboarding boots is kicking off (pun intended) the Vans Custom Culture 2013 contest. High school sneaker enthusiasts are encouraged to participate and show of their artistic talent and enter to win their high school $50k for their high school art program […]

[Video]508: The 200th Episode

Thank you to Mike & Brendan for having me as a guest on their show! “508” continues to bring us the news with different perspective that is fresh, refreshing and straight-to-the-point; just the way that I like it! 508 is a show about Worcester. This week’s panel is Brendan Melican, Nicole Apostola, Dee Wells, Nat Needle, Matt Feinstein, […]

Stone Soup: Groundbreaking Celebration

In December 2006, a dedicated group of people got together and were able to buy a house on King Street that sat vacant for a very long time. The Stone Soup house quickly became a place for organizations to meet, and work on initiatives to better the Main South area, and Worcester as a whole.