After a successful soft opening Tuesday night, Russo Italian Restaurant is scheduled to open today at 4:30pm on Water Street in The Canal District across from their sister restaurant, Lock 50.
Event planner Anita Amin discusses her own Taj Mahal engagement along with the ins and outs of planning a wedding for nearly 400 guests.
Wachusett Brewing Company To Open Tap Room At Worcester Public Market Fronting Directly on Kelley Square
The Worcester Public Market and Wachusett Brewing Company have signed an agreement to establish a Wachusett tap room in the anchor space of the market, fronting directly on Kelley Square.
Director of the Center for Women in Enterprise Michelle Miller helps women increase their personal growth, professional success, and financial independence.
Meze Estiatorio on Shrewsbury Street has the most exclusive Greek wines in one restaurant in all of New England. As for the food, Meze Estiatorio is the product of four generations of recipes, tenacity, and tradition.
This week we’re joined by Ashley Troy of The Trunk n’ Disorderly and Emily Briggs of Bloom and Barter. We’re talking about Brimfield Antique Fair, America’s oldest outdoor antique flea market.
Chefs favor ramps and fiddleheads as the first sign of spring. Ramp season is short, lasting about a month as soon as the weather grows seasonable. Fiddleheads are equally elusive, calling for wet and swampy conditions.
Webster Five Bank Vice President Monica Thomas-Bonnick brings over 20 years of experience providing financing solutions for start-ups, women-owned businesses, and franchises.
Pop It is on site at NKD Lashes, Waxing, and Makeup with estheticians Kristie-Lee Laskes and Crystal Whittemore. Per usual, Molly and Sarah are joined by photographer Unity Mike Hendrickson, but this time he’s not behind the camera. They’re talking event logistics, wedding days, and the means by which a professional image can lead to women’s empowerment.
We’re discussing diversity, the gender pay gap, and advice for women looking to run for local office with former City Councilor Stacey Luster.