Mod & Fancy is an online vintage clothing store run by Somerville resident Shannon Donahue. All photos were taken on a Nikon N6006 with Kodak Gold 200 film. All clothing in these photos are available for sale on the Mod & Fancy etsy page, linked above. Advertisements
An audio postcard on two artists from Somerville Open Studios at the Loft. Stina Simmarano “I really like textures – I’ve been working with metallics and glitter a lot lately. I like things that have a little bit of depth. I like repetition I like just a lot of repetitive shapes and patterns. There’s a…
Dan Webb and the Spiders is a four-piece rock/punk group. They’ve been playing with different iterations of members since 2009.
It began with a name and ended with perspective.
Jenn Harrington is a mover and a shaker in the Somerville arts and music scene. While she doesn’t produce records or make art, she’s widely regarded in many circles as a “connector”.
Behind Mary Lewey’s recent exhibit “Illustrated Wildlife Treasury” is a $5 flea market purchase and a stack of magazines headed for the trash.
In close to a decade, Katie Von Schleicher has grown from never having even heard the Beatles to writing, producing, recording and playing every instrument on an 8-track EP set to be released this fall. This is her story. by Amanda Beland Katie Von Schleicher is a Brooklyn-based vocalist, pianist and musician. Schleicher, of Pasadena,…
Starlab Studios is a music, video, photo and entertainment-based recording studio in Somerville, Massachusetts. Matt Price, Marc Valois, James Lindsay, Lisa Vidal and Richard Hawke not only manage the multi-faceted space, but have also built it from the ground up since the studio moved into its current location on Somerville Avenue in 2013.
The Soul Shop is an all analog recording studio in Medford, Massachusetts.
Hight Energy Vintage is a vintage game, clothing and music shop in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Julie Rhodes is a 27-year-old singer and musician living in Somerville, Massachusetts. She recently began performing publicly for the first time – but by the sound (and soul) of her voice, you’d think she was born with a microphone in her hand.