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First Look: Wiseguys Burgers
The Teflon Don, a Graziano sausage burger covered with mozzarella, caramelized onions and pesto sauce from Wise Guys in Ames.
Sun May 19, 2013
Fearless Jacq wins Belmont's Miss Otis Stakes
Fearless Jacq drew off to a 2A3 4 length win over Fab Flowers over a rain-soften turf course Sunday in the $85,000 Miss Otis Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at Belmont Park.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Deke Sharon Makes A Cappella Cool Again
The movie Pitch Perfect has plans for a sequel in 2015; NBC's reality show The Sing-Off is coming back for its fourth season after being cancelled, and Pentatonix has millions of hits on YouTube for making awesome videos like " The Evolution of Music ." The days of doo-wops and barbershop may be over, but a cappella is officially cool again, thanks ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
Belmont's Wellington School Given OK To Receive Final Occupancy Notice
Talk about being tardy. It has been 615 days since the doors opened on at the new Wellington Elementary School on Sept.
Mon May 13, 2013
Belmont's Underwood Pool Set To Open for 2013 Season
With a great deal of work and presistence from three town departments, families and individuals will have the opportunity to spend summer days and afternoons at Belmont's Underwood Pool as the town secured a number of state waivers to allow the historic outdoor public swimming "hole" to open for the 2013 season.
San Mateo Daily Journal
OP-ED: It's early, but election season heating up
Belmont's veteran and outspoken councilwoman Coralin Feierbach says she won't run for another term.
Sat May 11, 2013
San Mateo Daily Journal
Festival celebrates Hungarian culture: Belmont's Twin Pines Park the...
Hungarian music, food and history will take over Belmont's Twin Pines Park Saturday giving the community a chance to get a taste of tradition.
Fri May 10, 2013
'Standing Room Only': An Art Show About Bicycle Seats at Lorton's Workhouse Arts Center
Did you ever use your bicycle seat as a canvas for artistic expression? That's exactly what they're doing at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, where, on Saturday, May 11, a reception will be held to appreciate this eclectic collection of customized bike seats.
Brownsberger Opening Congressional Race HQ
The race for the US Senate is only just getting started but for Belmont's own Will Brownsberger, it's never too early to start thinking about the future.
Thu May 09, 2013
Unsung No Longer: State Honors Belmont's Phyl Solomon
Phyl Solomon is known by many in town as Dr. Paul Solomon's "better half." While Paul remains quite active in town government, having served as a Selectmen and as chairman of many boards and committees over the years, Phyl has spent many years as a quiet but firm leader on environmental and inter generational issues in Belmont.
Mine Over Matter wins Belmont's Corma Ray Stakes
Joel Rosario, who rode Orb to victory in the Kentucky Derby, guided Mine Over Matter to a one-length win in the mud Thursday at the $83,300 Corma Ray Stakes at Belmont Park.
Wed May 08, 2013
No Strings Attached: Carrying A Guitar Improves Your Chances Of Getting A Girl's Number
Researchers claim a man holding a guitar, compared to a gym bag or nothing at all, is more likely to attract a woman's attention.
No Strings Attached?
I swear my column is slowly turning into a recollection of sexual escapades, or 'My Really Awesome Love Life...' This week I've chosen to write about the complexities of casual relationships and basic casual NSA etiquette.
Fourth Night of Town Meeting Tonight
Belmont's annual Town Meeting will resume for its fourth, and likely "final" night at 7 p.m. in Belmont High School 's auditorium.
All About Jazz
FESTIVAL/CRUISE: Asian Jazz All-Stars Power Quartet Headlines Borneo Jazz
Asia's most exciting jazz-fusion band, the electrifying Asian Jazz All-Stars Power Quartet will headline Borneo Jazz, which runs from May 10-12 in the grounds of the Park City Everly Hotel, Miri.
A trip down memory lane
There were roller derby chicks, 1950s quiffs, cool rock bands, hot rods and scooters.
Tue May 07, 2013
The Gaston Gazette
Former Belmont employee pleads guilty to $60,000 gas theft
Grier was arrested in September and charged with using a city credit card to buy gas for his personal use.
A Tale of Two Playgrounds
Upon hearing last week that Belmont's annual Town Meeting approved $100,000 of Community Preservation Act funds to be directed toward the Winn Brook's playground - also known as "Joey's Park" - some within the Butler Elementary School community were left feeling bewildered.
This Is Leicestershire
REVIEW: McFly at De Montfort Hall
My ears are still ringing; but I'm not complaining. This high decibel, high octane gig was an evening of euphoria for McFly fans and tag-alongs alike.
Mon May 06, 2013
Belmont Town Meeting 2013: First Week Review
If there was one lasting memory of the first week of this year's Town Meeting, it was the familiar steady voice of one of Belmont's "senior" of citizens.