Category Archives: Art

Wellesley don’t need no stinkin’ blizzard to build snowmen and snowwomen

Thought I have heard something about a Wellesley snowman contest @swellesley @Wellesley_Patch @wellesleytown pic.twitter.com/hKw2wOesM3 — Cause It's The Puck (@ThomasChristof) January 25, 2015 @danahallschool snowman in #Wellesley #winter A photo posted by theswellesleyreport (@theswellesleyreport) on Jan 25, 2015 at 11:25am PST Even snow women need a little extra support. #Wellesley pic.twitter.com/QXhaF6C17u — Lisa Scanlon Mogolov […]

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Wellesley High Raider is a bust… in a good way

Visitors to Wellesley High School are now greeted outside the main office by an impressive sculpture of school mascot “The Raider,” courtesy of 2013 graduate John Picking. Picking made a name for himself at Wellesley High as a good athlete — he played for the baseball team and now skates for the U.S. Premier Hockey League’s Junior […]

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Top 10 Most Read Swellesley Stories of 2014

We just cruised through Google Analytics to see what our most-read stories of 2014 were, and while we can account for our tastes, we can’t account for yours… 1. Nearly Naked, “Sleepwalker” zombie sculpture triggers debate at Wellesley College 2. White Mountain Creamery Melts Down in Wellesley Square 3. How Can Whole Foods Afford to […]

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Top Wellesley stories of 2014: E. coli, North 40, booze & more

All politics is local: Two locals — Gubernatorial candidate Joe Avellone and Treasurer candidate Mike Heffernan — took a run at statewide offices. Neither won, though a slew of Wellesleyites were called on to advise new Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker as he transitions into office. Locally, Gig Babson ended her nine-year streak on the Board of Selectmen […]

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LEGO Winter Village coming to Wellesley Free Library

Nick Tatar returns  to the Main Library Children’s Room  for two days only, Dec. 12 and 13, with his LEGO Winter Village. Although it may be viewed anytime during those days, it will be in full operation on Friday from 1 PM to 5 PM and Saturday from 10 AM to 1 PM. RELATED: Rebuilding Wellesley […]

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Wellesley Marketplace welcomes holiday shoppers

The Wellesley Hills Junior Women’s Club’s annual Wellesley Marketplace event that took place Saturday at the Wellesley Middle School drew over 2,000 shoppers and 150+ exhibitors. I’m not shy about shopping so I jumped right into the fray, on a quest for unique gifts and whatever else might jump out at me. Here’s what I […]

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$25 tickets available to public for Carly Simon concert at Wellesley College

General admission tickets for a Nov. 22 performance at Wellesley College’s Alumnae Hall featuring Carly Simon, her children Sally Taylor and Ben Taylor, and others are now available to the public. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online at: http://goo.gl/Ldx1cm. Information on the show lineup is available here. The concert is being held to benefit Consenses, […]

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Carly Simon and family to perform benefit concert in Wellesley for Consenses art project

Carly Simon, along with son Ben Taylor and daughter Sally Taylor, will perform at a concert at Wellesley College’s Alumnae Hall on Saturday, Nov. 22 at 7pm to benefit an art project called Consenses. Sally Taylor is the founder of Consenses, through which she has engaged artists from around the world to reinterpret each other’s […]

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