Daily Archives: September 2, 2010

Guns, Sunday Saints, and your opinion

Posted by Brittany Durgin

This weeks online-only content:

Killer stats – Read our feature about Worcester’s new project Guns For Art, then read statistics only found online about gun violence. Find them all here.

The Sunday Saints – Listen to this group today, and see them live tomorrow, Friday, right here in Worcester at Beatniks. Hear their music right here.

September, a festive time – Tell us which Worcester festival you’re most looking forward to this month. Vote on worcestermag.com.

Preview it – Read our review of George Clooney’s newest film “The American” and watch the trailer in our Film section.

Mobilize us – visit http://www.worcestermag.com on your smart phone for a new clean, easy to use platform. If you have an Android, visit m.issuu.com to download their app, then bookmark worcestermag to flip through our print edition on your fancy phone.

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Required reading

Posted by Jeremy Shulkin

Boston has been all up on Worcester politics over the past couple days, probably because our politicians are a lot more interesting than those in our capitol city.

David Bernstein of the Boston Phoenix (who I link to more than anyone else) wrote a lengthy article about the rise of Central Massachusetts politicians and how Tim Murray, Jim McGovern, Karyn Polito and Guy Glodis have made Worcester the upcoming “political epicenter of the state.”

Bernstein also caught wind of this Glodis mailing:

Catch the typo up top?

And lastly, the Globe reveals that Murray and Glodis have joined gubernatorial candidate Tim Cahill in the tax payer doghouse.

See? Way more interesting than Tom Menino.

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