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.
WooTrucks is proud to announce Worcester’s second annual Food Truck Throwdown. The purpose of the festival is to vote one food truck “Best in Worcester” for 2019. The winner will be chosen by local celebrity judges. Attendees will also be able to vote for their favorite truck. A second “people’s choice award” will be given…
A city’s resurgence should be measured by its brunch and with Cal Mare, Springfield might be waking up. Sorry, Springfield, we pulled a Boston.
On the occasion of the 111 Chop House’s 20th anniversary, Madeleine Ahlquist and her daughter sat down with Mass Foodies for a rare glimpse into Worcester Restaurant Group’s past.
Nonna’s Kitchen “closed for offseason” with hopes to reopen August 15th. It’s two story space is still offering private functions during the four month break.
This week on Pop It, we’re on site at Pageboy Inc. where a team of craft hairdressers aims to elevate Worcester’s salon industry.