Newton families and community leaders gathered at the Hyde Community Center on Saturday for live music, hot soup, and appearances from a few special, costumed guests.
The Acoustics Impress Local Crowd at WinterFEST
The Acoustics performed popular pop songs a cappella to an enthusiastic crowd at WinterFEST
Submissions Now Open for Newton FenceART Initiative
Newton Community Pride (NCP) is calling on Newton artists to submit to FenceART, a year-long public project dedicated to bringing beautiful art to neighborhoods throughout the city, according to the NCP website.
Students to Display Spooky Artwork at Newton Businesses
their creativity by painting festive scenes for display on doors of participating local businesses.
“The event creates a deeper sense of connection and civic pride for both the businesses and families that are participating,” said Associative Director of Cultural Development Danielle Moriarty.
Doors Find New Homes Through Online Auction
Newton Community Pride (NCP) auctioned off the 21 doors that were displayed for its public art initiative Newton Out Doors.
Newton Police Investigate Two Bias-Motivated Incidents Against Asian Americans
“Within the last 24 hours, we have had two bias incidents, both Asian related, in Newton,” Mayor Ruthanne Fuller wrote in a statement on July 21.
Newton Community Pride Fills Vacant Storefronts with Artwork
A photograph of a vibrant red archway in Mexico next to a red “for rent” sign draws public attention in an otherwise empty Newtonville storefront window. As a part of a new public art initiative sponsored by Newton Community Pride, vacant Newton storefronts will display professional artwork in an effort to beautify the city.
NewtonSERVES Returns to Clean Up the City
NewtonSERVES, a city-wide cleanup, is set to return this year in a limited capacity at various Newton locations after having been called off last year because of the pandemic.
Newton Community Cameras Documents the Early Days of the Pandemic
“I think people might not realize that a historic time is made up of everyday moments when people are trying to make the best of things,” Silverstein said.