October was full of ups and downs for Worcester’s food scene, but in the end, we came out even.
A chat with pop star Brynn Elliottwho came to town for the City of Worcester’s annual Festival of Lights on the Worcester Common Oval. Elliot is a recent Harvard graduate with a rapidly rising girl power anthem on the Billboard charts, “Might Not Like Me.” We also discuss the restructuring of our current radio studio 102.9…
This is it. All questions about Kummerspeck’s closure answered in an unfiltered, comprehensive story on why great restaurants may not survive despite Worcester’s renaissance.
Outdoor dining isn’t reserved for the summer. Lock 50 extends al fresco dining through the winter with their heated igloos.
Lynn Cheney, owner of Lettuce Be Local, is no longer limiting herself as an intermediary for notable chefs; now, she wants to help you gain access to the region’s top farms from the comfort of your own kitchen.
Veronica Van Jurajoins us this week to talk about her custom abstract painting shop and her recent foray into live painting. We ask her what it’s like to be an important member of the marketing team for Worcester’s largest venue, the DCU Center. She also gives us an inside look at the redesign of Figs…
Chef Cornelius Rogers re-joins the kitchen team at Romaine’s and Smokestack Urban Barbecue.
After a total loss, Brad Allain and Wildwood Mushrooms remain optimistic to find a new location to quickly start up their mushroom farm again.
Since its opening, Maddi’s Cookery + TapHouse has brought an additional food option for diners in Worcester’s Canal District. HAving poached chef Christopher O’Hara from Flying Rhino, the menu is as comfortable as the atmosphere.
Kummerspeck die-hards to experience the five stages of grief (for the aptly named restaurant whose German translation means “grief bacon”) as the restaurant closes with a send-off scheduled for Friday, October 26th.