A Quick Bite with Cliff Rucker

The name Cliff Rucker has become synonymous with the future of Worcester and why not! Mr. Rucker is committed to bringing professional hockey back to Worcester in 2017 with the Worcester Railers, he is building a 100,000 square-foot skating rink in the heart of the Canal District, as well as numerous other proposed building projects...

A Quick Bite With Jessica Walsh

They say the most important meal of the day is breakfast, but for Jessica Walsh, only one meal really makes her happy and that’s dinner. “I grew up in an Italian household where dinner was a big deal every night. My father asked my mother, every morning over a cup of coffee, ‘what’s for dinner...

A Quick Bite With Che Anderson

Che has been getting a lot of accolades, whether it be from the Telegram & Gazette  for recognizing his vision for street artists, Holy Cross touting their alumnus, Leadership Worcester proudly listing him as a member, or even Worcester Magazine listing him as last year’s Person of the Year, but in reality, none of that matters; all we care about is where he’s eating,...

A Quick Bite with Judi Vaillancourt

With a passion for tradition, history, and Christmas, Judi Vaillancourt brings together her talents and interests as the artist and designer behind the local business with world-wide reach, Vaillancourt Folk Art. As a child, Judi first discovered her love of historic details from the time spent perusing antiques at her neighbor’s home on Boston Road in Sutton,...

A Quick Bite With Congressman Jim McGovern

An advocate of the people and a relentless leader for change, Congressman Jim McGovern has influenced and impacted the foundation of human rights. As a man dedicated to the nation’s biggest problems, including poverty and hunger, we couldn’t help but wonder, ‘what makes him tick?’ As a Sutton native with an ever-evolving commitment to the brighter future...

A Quick Bite With Joe Cox

Success Magazine claims that the biggest three traits to success are bundled into three basic life functions – food, sleep and exercise – but when you are the President of a nature and science museum, utilizing all three life functions in it’s needed proportions can be difficult. While food is the almighty glue keeping our...

A Quick Bite with Jessica Phillips

In New York, everything thrives on the single notion that it is the greatest place on earth to fulfill every dream, desire and life goal – even if the goal is to indulge your senses in the diverse lands of the food scene and eat until you can’t eat anymore. It is a utopia of...

A Quick Bite With Dave Peterson

The “buy me some peanuts and cracker jack” era has slowly diminished from America’s iconic sport of Baseball. Replaced with gut-busting new dishes, filled with overly satisfying dips and cheeses, the food of today’s baseball game is intricately designed around the concept of quality. The love affair between food and baseball is a timeless sentiment...