Tell Us How You Feel About Rutherford Ave/Sully Sq -- On Camera
Today at 5 p.m., a Patch reporter will be interviewing folks on Main Street about the city's plan to redesign Rutherford Avenue and Sullivan Square.
Today is Wednesday, May 25. Here are five things you need to know today.
1. We want to hear your thoughts on a Sullivan Square/Rutherford Avenue redesign -- on camera. Today reporter Stacey Leasca will be on Main Street outside of Zume's to capture local reaction to last week's meeting with Rep. Capuano and next steps for the city's plan to improve Rutherford Avenue and the square. If you've got an opinion -- no matter what it is -- please stop by around 5 p.m. today (that's Wednesday) to chat with Stacey. (We'll be airing the videos over the next week, if you want to hear what people have to say.)
2. The Charlestown Chamber of Commerce is continuing its brown bag luncheon series today with a presentation by holistic healer Shawna Pelton, who will be talking about wellness in the workplace. Here's a snippet from the calendar listing: "Reducing stress at your job will increase your productivity and your relationships with clients and employees. Get some practical pointers how to optimize your health and wellness." The event takes place today from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Bunker Hill Museum. Bring your own lunch! The event is free for chamber members and $25 for anyone else who'd like to attend.
3. Every week Helen O'Neil provides such a fantastic slice of Charlestown history in her At This Address column. This week was no different. She wrote about the Edmands and Hooper Pottery, and the neighborhood's reputation once upon a time as a pottery center. Check it out. You will learn something surprising and new, pretty much guaranteed.
4. I couldn't make it to Grasshopper Cafe yesterday for the mayor's "ribbon cutting" with the Smiths, but fortunately the Your Town Globe reporter could. Check out her photos and some details from the event here, at Boston.com.
5. Yesterday was pretty spectacular, weather-wise. I can't take all of the credit for it, but it *was* my birthday (32!) and I did ask the sun to make an appearance. Will it today? Forecast says mostly sunny, high of 73 today.
For more info on what's happening around the neighborhood, check out our events calendar.