The full 2012 Most Endangered Historic Resources list will be revealed in an event at Tuckerman Hall at 5 pm on November 8.
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This mural of a dragon will be finished up during Sunday’s stART on the Street. It’s on the side of Haiku on Park Ave.
WooDaddy Waffles, the great brunch event run out of Moynihan’s Pub most weekend for the past couple years, unexpectedly announced they will not open this weekend, and will not reopen for some time.
WooDaddy will be closed this Sunday and for the next few weeks. We have been planning a move out of Moynihans for some time and had planned a last day in November. That plan was abruptly cut short and we will no longer be inside Moynihans starting immediately.
We are actively looking for a new space to host us. We are grateful to our loyal following. We out you we would not be. Although unexpected, this is a positive change and we look forward to being in a much better and more like minded space very soon.
WE NEED YOUR HELP. Please send us a message to pre-order your limited edition waffle shirt today. We need your support to help our relocation!
We were really happy to tape 508 episode #200 there a couple weeks ago, and look forward to them reopening ASAP.
Correction: In GLW’s article on the upcoming stART on the Street, organizer Tina Zlody’s last name did not, in fact, change as the article was being written. It is not Zoland. GLW presumably regrets the error.
Yesterday’s Election Commission meeting was one of the more thoroughly covered events Worcester has seen recently. This morning’s Telegram and Gazette report from Nick Kotsopoulos is only the beginning.
T&G reporter Steve Foskett was also at the meeting and livetweeted it. Walter Bird adds a bit of Worcester Magazine coverage here, with an odd take this morning on some of the exchanges. GoLocalWorcester has their coverage here.
The flowchart created by Assistant Clerk Joshua Meduna, referenced several times during the meeting is available online here. It spells out what happens with inactive or ID-needed voters.
In addition, the following requests were made by the Voter Protection Network:
- Request that the Election Commission and the City of Worcester continue to prioritize the pressing need for greater training of poll workers as well as for police officers who work at polling locations.
- Request that the Election Commission place 2 large signs in the same languages as the ballots at all polling locations stating; “ALL ELEGIBLE VOTERS HAVE A RIGHT TO VOTE TODAY” and a second of the City’s official list of acceptable proof of residency.
- Request the names of anyone that was removed from polling locations by the Worcester Police Department, or asked to leave by the Worcester City Clerk, be submitted by the City of Worcester to the Attorney General’s Civil Rights Commission and the City Solicitors Office to be reviewed and recommended for potential sanctions.
For those interested, the next meeting of the Voter Protection Network is Wednesday, September 26 at 6:15 pm at the YWCA, 1 Salem Square. For more information, see here.
During Thursday’s primary election, there were numerous incidents of voter intimidation, voter suppression, and other serious issues that took place at a number of polling locations.
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I own some pieces of Worcester ephemera, and this might just be one of my favorites. It’s the brochure for a show called “The Story of Worcester” which was staged in honor of Worcester’ 250th anniversary:
My favorite part is definitely “You have seen pagentry before but nothing to compare with this
extravaganza of exciting recollection and reenactment of Worcester’s history. The memory of this spectacular entertainment will out-thrill, out-shine, and out-live every similar event.”
As if there were any “similar event” to a cast-of-nearly-thousands 90-minute show of Worcester history.
(Click on the photos to see them larger.)
Mary Keefe wins Democratic primary for state rep, will presumably win election. She has run for City Council in the past and not done that well; in this election she soundly defeated, among others, long-time and very popular City Councilor Kate Toomey.
I don’t live in that state rep district, but based on the election mailers Jeremy Shulkin has collected and shared online, the Keefe team used the most consistent capitalization and punctuation of the primary campaign.
T&G has a good column on Tea Partiers coming into Worcester as “agitators” allegedly “intent on intimidation and voter suppression.”
These folks are reportedly worried about liberal Worcester activists registering “disenfranchised people” to vote. Expect that word choice to be mocked in the coming weeks.
Nicole has a little commentary and followup.