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UPDATE: MEETING CANCELLED

Reminder: There will be a neighborhood meeting regarding the proposed "Taco Bell Cantina" at the former iYo/Farmer's Bounty location (234 Elm St.) on Monday, February 27th, at 6:30.
 
 
22 February 2017 @ 01:13 pm
Massport Airplane Noise hearing tonight:

Massport R-NAV Hearing/Forum

Massport will host an informational and input hearing regarding the RNAV Study. Representatives from Massport, the FAA, the RNAV Study MIT Team and the Massport Community Advisory Committee will be presenting.

WHEN: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 6:00 – 8:00PM

WHERE: State Transportation Building
Conference Room, 2nd Floor
10 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 021

Please note that Massport will be making all relevant presentation materials available in advance of this meeting. Distribution of said material will take place as soon as possible.

For any comments or questions please contact:

Anthony Gallagher
Massport Community Relations
agallagher@massport.com
 
 
22 February 2017 @ 08:30 am
They were closed when I drove by over the weekend, then on President's Day, and again yesterday (Tuesday); I walked by this morning, and the coolers inside are all empty.
 
 
21 February 2017 @ 05:48 pm
It appears that Somerville finally has their new system up for sending street sweeping/trash alerts by email, phone, text etc. I set mine up by going to http://www.somervillema.gov/trash finding my address under "My Schedule" and then choosing "Sign up for reminders". So far I have been getting emails with trash pickup, and the system knows things like to send a delayed message on weeks when there is a holiday. You also have control over what time the messages are sent. Supposedly this will also be sending reminders about street sweeping, though I can't vouch for that in February.

From the main Somerville page under "Residents" I see that there is a pull-down menu option for "Sign Up for Alerts", but as that's not the way I signed up for mine, I can't say whether you end up at the same place.
 
 
The new Dunkin Donuts next to bfresh has a sign saying it will open this Thursday. I don't know what time it will open.

bfresh sent me a press release about its opening, which will happen this Friday at 9 am, "contingent on securing typical city permits and passing final inspections".
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16 February 2017 @ 08:06 pm
Somerville Girl Scouts will be selling Girl Scout cookies at Comicazi on Friday, Feb 17th 3:30-7:00 (or until they run out). mmm....Thin Mints for dinner....  $5/box
 
 
14 February 2017 @ 12:03 am
Sign up now to audition for Agnes of God, the next project from Bare Bones: Staged Readings at Theatre@First!

BARE BONES is an opportunity for Theatre@First to present a wider variety of plays to our audience in the spare, intense setting of a staged reading. It's also a great way to squeeze theatre into a busy schedule. There are no lines to learn, no blocking to keep straight, and just 4 or 5 rehearsals between auditions and a single performance.

ABOUT THE PLAY: Sister Agnes is charged with strangling her newborn baby, but has no recollection of the conception or birth. Enter Dr. Martha Livingstone, a psychiatrist with her own prejudices against the Catholic church who must determine whether or not the novice is fit to stand trial. Standing in her way is Mother Miriam Ruth, fiercely protective of Agnes for her own mysterious reasons. These three women embark on a journey through faith, doubt, need and miracles that will leave each of them changed forever.

AUDITIONS: Tuesday, March 7th at 7pm
Unity Somerville, 6 William Street at College Ave

PERFORMANCE: Thursday, April 6th at 8pm

Visit our website for more information and book your audition now!
http://www.theatreatfirst.org/shows/bare_bones/auditions.shtml

And don't forget to book your tickets for Tartuffe, opening on February 24th!
 
 
Hello, this is Jackie Rossetti with important snow emergency information for Monday, February 13.

The City will lift the current snow emergency at 9 a.m. Monday morning. Beginning at 9 a.m., vehicles parked in any municipal or school lot will have two hours to move out of the lot. Any vehicles not moved by 11 a.m. will be ticketed and towed so that City crews can safely plow and treat the lots.

Property owners are also reminded that you will have six daylight hours tomorrow to clear sidewalks abutting your property of snow and ice. Sidewalks not cleared by 1 p.m. may result in tickets each day until the sidewalk is clear.

If you have a non-emergency question, please call 311 (or 617-666-3311 from outside the city).

Thank you.
 
 
13 February 2017 @ 08:44 am
From the Somerville by Design website:
The City of Somerville’s Planning Department invites community members in the Davis Square area to a series of Somerville by Design meetings aimed at chartering the next steps in developing this great neighborhood while preserving its character.

Whether you are a renter or owner; new to the neighborhood or a long time resident, a planning meeting veteran or never attended one: We want to hear from you!
February 13th – History and Future
March 2nd – New Developments
March 21st – Aesthetics and Character
April 4th – Aesthetics and Character Continued
April 25th – Design Guideline Reviews
LOCATION
Somerville Baptist Church
31 College Avenue
 
 
 
12 February 2017 @ 05:15 pm
I'm finally selling my condo in Davis Square and I need a lawyer for the closing. These three folks were recommended by my real estate agent:
* Kelly Bonnevie, Esq. Wilson Marino & Bonnevie, PC www.wmblawfirm.com
* Anthony Troiano, Esq. www.troianolawfirm.com
* Mary Doyle, Esq. Ligris & Associates

Anyone had any experience with any of them or have alternatives to suggest?
 
 
 
12 February 2017 @ 07:30 pm
I noticed a recently dated sign on the Spoke front door saying "Spoke" is applying for a full liquor license. Does this mean they are reopening? Anyone know?
 
 
Hello, this is Jackie Rossetti with important snow emergency information for Sunday, February 12.

Based on current weather forecasts, Somerville is declaring a snow emergency to go into effect at 4 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, February 12. Because meters are not in effect on Sundays, residents may begin moving their cars now to the EVEN-numbered side of the street (unless posted signage states otherwise) or into municipal or school parking lots.

Ticketing and towing will begin at 8 p.m. Sunday for cars not moved to the correct side of the street or to a municipal or school lot. Full snow emergency and snow removal policies may be found on the City’s website at www.somervillema.gov/snow.When parking in a lot, please remember that cars must be moved from all lots within two hours of the end of the emergency.

Again, since this is a #ParkEVEN snow season, cars must park on the even side of the street (unless otherwise posted) during snow emergencies.

Somerville Public Schools will be closed on Monday, February 13. As of this time, library, recreation and school activities planned for Monday are to be determined. Some City offices will be open on Monday, however please call before visiting any office to confirm they are open. Trash pickup will continue as usual.

If you have a non-emergency question or service request, please call 311 (or 617-666-3311 from cellphones or from outside the city). In case of emergency dial 911.

Thank you as always for your cooperation and patience during this winter season.
 
 
09 February 2017 @ 10:11 pm
Audition sign-ups for Theatre@First's production of Mourning Becomes Electra are now open!

About the Play: Murder. Adultery. Revenge. Mourning Becomes Electra retells one of the most famous Greek tragedies, set in Civil War-era New England. The play focuses on the tumultuous history casting a dark shadow over General Ezra Mannon, his wife Christine, and his children Lavinia and Orin. When Lavinia uncovers her mother's murderous intents toward Ezra, she takes drastic action to protect her father and begins her own descent into evil, grief, and despair. Now's your chance to be part of Eugene O'Neill's rarely performed adaptation of Aeschylus's Oresteia.

Mourning Becomes Electra will perform May 12-20 at Unity Somerville.

Auditions will be held February 26 & 28 from 7-10pm. No monologue is required for this audition.

Sign up today at http://www.theatreatfirst.org/shows/mourning_becomes_electra/auditions.shtml.
 
 
Hello, this is Jackie Rossetti with important snow emergency information for Friday, February 10.

The City will lift the current snow emergency at 6 a.m. Friday morning. Beginning at 6 a.m., vehicles parked in any municipal or school lot will have two hours to move out of the lot. Any vehicles not moved by 8 a.m. will be ticketed and towed so that City crews can safely plow and treat the lots.

Property owners are also reminded that you will have six daylight hours tomorrow to clear sidewalks abutting your property of snow and ice. Sidewalks not cleared by 1 p.m. may result in tickets each day until the sidewalk is clear.

Somerville Public Schools will remain closed on Friday, however all City offices will be open and public libraries will be open with a morning delay. Trash pickup will remain on a normal schedule.

If you have a non-emergency question, please call 311 (or 617-666-3311 from outside the city).
 
 
Did any of you go to this meeting? If you did, can you share your notes and impressions here? Thanks.
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Hello, this is Jackie Rossetti with important snow emergency information for Thursday, February 9.

Based on weather forecasts for up to 12 to 14 inches of snow, Somerville is declaring a snow emergency to go into effect at 12 a.m. on Thursday morning, February 9. Residents can begin moving their cars now to the EVEN-numbered side of the street (unless posted signage states otherwise). Those unable to find parking on the correct side of the street may park in any municipal or school parking lot beginning at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Please note, however, that cars must be moved from all lots within two hours of the end of the emergency. Ticketing and towing will begin at 4 a.m. Thursday for cars not moved to the correct side of the street or to a municipal or school lot. Full snow emergency and snow removal policies may be found on the City’s website at www.somervillema.gov/snow.

Again, because this is a #ParkEven snow season, cars must be moved to the EVEN-side of the street (unless posted street signage says otherwise) during emergencies.

Somerville Public Schools, all Somerville Public Libraries, and City offices will be closed on Thursday. Trash pickup will continue as usual.

If you have a non-emergency question or service request, please call 311 (or 617-666-3311 from cellphones or from outside the city). In case of emergency dial 911.
Thank you as always for your cooperation and patience during this winter season.
 
 

Come to an interactive and fun way to meet other families and try to answer this important question: How can our city (its housing, open space, transportation systems, and community organizations) help Somerville children and families achieve health and happiness?

When: Sunday, March 5, 2pm-5pm
Where: Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA 02143

Adults, teens, tweens, toddlers, and in between will have ways to express their thoughts. We will have interactive ways for attendees to learn about the challenges different residents face in Somerville, as well as to gain ideas on help to the environment.

Come, meet a friend, and share a thought about our city's future. There will be pizza for kids and drinks for adults.

About Stephanie Hirsch

Stephanie wants to make sure government runs well and meets everyone’s needs. She will work to preserve and create livable and inclusive neighborhoods and to reduce financial burdens on our households. Local government is a great place to test solutions to our country’s biggest challenges – and Stephanie wants to take on them all.

Stephanie will also work to build a strong community, across our different backgrounds. When we share stories and friendship, we can tackle the hardest responsibilities together.

Since 2004, Stephanie has helped the Mayor and Superintendent improve our city by starting programs like ResiStat and 311. These efforts have made our city more efficient and responsive. She has also volunteered in the schools and community and advocated for residents’ needs. She lives with her family and neighbors in Union Square.

Learn more about Stephanie Hirsch's campaign for Alderman at Large at: www.stephanieforsomerville.com/

 
 
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07 February 2017 @ 07:42 pm
Theatre@First is thrilled to present

TARTUFFE
a comedy by Molière
directed by Vickie Wu

A falsely pious fraud cons Orgon into promising his daughter's hand in marriage, as well as the deed to the family estate. Hijinks ensue as the rest of the family band together to expose Tartuffe and save their home! This modern take on the French classic will have you laughing in the aisles, so come on out for a little madcap midwinter Molière!

UNITY SOMERVILLE
6 William St, Somerville 02144

8PM EVENING PERFORMANCES
Friday, February 24
Saturday, February 25
Thursday, March 2
Friday, March 3

2PM MATINEE PERFORMANCES
Saturday, February 25
Saturday, March 4

TICKETS $15 Adults/$12 Students & Seniors

For the full cast list, more information, online ticket sales or free reservations, visit http://www.theatreatfirst.org/shows/tartuffe/tartuffe.shtml

And while you're there, don't forget to check out our upcoming auditions for Mourning Becomes Electra and the Bare Bones staged reading of Agnes of God!
 
 
07 February 2017 @ 03:33 pm
Join Us on Wednesday, February 8. This one should cheer us up!

Lucy Borodkin, one of Somerville Garden Club’s founding members and past Presidents, will give a presentation on "The Garden in Winter." Lucy is a Master Gardener and for ten years provided design and instillation to private gardens in her Garden Visions business.

When we think of our gardens, many of us consider spring, summer and autumn. Winter, dark and cold as it is, is the time we wait for Spring. But, as you look outside your windows in wintertime, how interesting is the view? How can you begin to think of a four season garden? Which plants (and not just evergreens) enliven the garden in winter? How can you think about form, texture, color and mass in choosing plants with winter interest? We generally know how to think about such things in our other garden seasons. Let’s become more fond of our gardens in winter.

All Somerville Garden Club meetings are free and open to the public. 7-9pm. There will also be garden Q and A and light refreshments.
Somerville Garden Club Meetings are held the at the Tufts Administration Building, (TAB), 167 Holland Street, second floor, wheelchair accessible.
Parking is available, and the building is a ten-minute walk from the Davis Square MBTA stop.
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Cambridge Day's Marc Levy toured the bfresh store with me last Friday, but took much more extensive notes. Here is his report on the new store.
 
 
 
I got a sneak-preview tour of the new bfresh grocery store at 240 Elm Street, where workers are busy putting the finishing touches on, stocking, and preparing to open. They told me the tentative opening date will be Friday, February 24. Hours will be 7 am to 10 pm every day.

The front half of the store is devloted to fresh produce, prepared foods, salads, soups, and a deli counter, while the back half will have packaged food.

The adjoining Dunkin Donuts will share a seating area with bfresh and will open around the same date.
 
 
02 February 2017 @ 06:06 pm
This is a message from the Somerville, MA Community Alert System.

Hello, this is Meghann Ackerman with information regarding road closures and potential large crowds this Saturday.

Beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4, motorists and cyclists are asked to avoid Highland Ave. between School St. and Walnut St., due to a scheduled event that may require the closure of that stretch of Highland Ave. until approximately 1 p.m. The “We Are One Somerville: Sanctuary City Rally,” will take place from 10 a.m. to noon, and large crowds on and around the Somerville High School concourse are possible before, during, and after the event, which will also feature some brief live music.

Public safety officials will be stationed in the immediate area to assist with traffic flow. While no side streets in the area will be utilized, side streets including Prescott St., Putnam St., and Vinal Ave. will be closed to through traffic. During the event, residents of those streets will be able to access and exit them via Summer St.

Visit www.mbta.com for information on changes to bus routes along Highland Ave.

If you have any questions, please call 311 (617-666-3311). Thank you.
 
 
According to lancedavisward6, Garden Remedies will host a second public meeting on Wednesday Feb. 8th at 6:30 at Community Baptist Church to discuss the revised plans that they submitted to the Zoning Board of Appeals.

Garden Remedies is proposing to convert part of 245 Elm Street, the former Family Dollar, into a medical marijuana dispensary, while subleasing the remainder of the space to another unspecified tenant. More info in this earlier DSLJ post.

(I'm adding a "marijuana" tag to DSLJ, as I expect this to become a popular discussion topic.)
 
 
Both the Sage and Garden Remdies applications have been continued until the February 15th ZBA meeting.
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29 January 2017 @ 11:46 pm
Hey, y'all, I rarely use LJ anymore, but I know the Davis community is pretty active, and we live just down the street, so I thought I'd risk posting here about our housemate search. :)

Our household is located on the Somerville/Cambridge line, MA, next to Porter Square.
4 housemates (new housemate will be the 5th)
2 friendly cats
5 bedrooms
1 huge dining room/kosher kitchen combo
1 smaller eat-in kitchen that's not kosher
3 full bathrooms (2 large bathtub/shower, 1 with huge shower stall)
1 living room (possibly to be repurposed as work/gaming space)
1 entertainment room (with projector TV screen, BluRay DVD player, & TiVo)
1 small office
2 sets of free washers/dryers for laundry in the basement
huuuuuge library of books & dvds

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Current Mood: sleepysleepy
Current Music: Edie Carey
 
 
 
In the interest of spreading the word--despite the fact that right now I have limited info on this--there's a rally next Saturday, Feb. 4, for our city status. 30 years. That's kind of a nice round number. Let's celebrate.

What I know:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SobaFett/status/825820117850267648

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/156443441518875

Join The Welcome Project, City of Somerville (Official), and your neighbors on the Somerville High School concourse in showing support for our Sanctuary City (2017 is the 30th anniversary of Somerville becoming a Sanctuary City) and all members of our community. The rally will feature a short speaking program and musical performances.

In case of inclement weather, the rally will be held in the Somerville High School Auditorium.


EDIT TO ADD: I got a copy of the PDF, with 3 languages. Access it here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByaaY9flmUB0REFaaU5jeHdNdEk/view?usp=sharing

Please go.
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29 January 2017 @ 06:17 pm
Join Somerville Local First and over 40 local vendors at Arts at the Armory on February 12th for a day of local Valentine’s Day shopping! Our Makers Marketplace features a wide variety of handcrafted goods, jewelry, accessories, confections, home decor, textiles, art, apparel and gifts for everyone you love! Swing by and support designers, artists and makers in the Boston area by giving a local gift- made with love!

Check out our Facebook invite for the most updated list of confirmed vendors!

Our vendors so far...
Acebo Jewelry
Ava's Caramel Popcorn
Brown and Coconut
Chocolats Passion
Cinderloop
Color Me Happy by Melissa
Herb and Fleur
Mariposa Miniatures
Middle Dune Paper Goods
migration goods
Patricia Wellenkamp Jewelry
Porcelain and Stone
Revel Revel
Stompbox Sonic
Sugar Buff Bake Shop
Urban Kitchen Handmade
Winter Hill Jewelry
 
 
Current Location: Arts at the Armory
Current Mood: Loving Local
Current Music: Prince
 
 
From the Boston Globe: Hundreds rally in Boston against Trump’s immigrant policies

Ron Newman of Somerville, who attended the rally, said the order reminded him of how the MS St. Louis, a ship carrying more than 900 Jewish refugees from Germany, was turned away by countries including the United States in 1939. Many of the refugees later died in concentration camps.

“It seems like Donald Trump wants to repeat that history,” said Newman, who is Jewish. “I think anyone who fought in World War II, whose family fought in World War II, should consider this [executive order] to be a betrayal of what they fought for.”
[. . .]
Marching toward the State House, the protesters held signs reading, “Immigrants make America great” and “No trade war,” as they chanted, “Donald Trump, you racist clown! Build a wall, we’ll tear it down!”




Wish I had known about this rally. Is there a super secret mailing list or something?
 
 
(EDIT 1-30-17: BOTH dispensary applications have been continued to the Februrary 15th ZBA meeting)

Update on medical marijuana dispensary proposals for Davis Square (one would be in the Family Dollar site, the other would be on the basement level of the bfresh building):
BOTH proposals are scheduled to be heard by the Zoning Board of Appeals on Wednesday, February 1, 6:00 at City Hall (Aldermanic Chambers), though stay tuned because there’s a chance one or both will be continued to a later meeting date.  These are Public Hearings so anyone wishing to speak in favor of, or opposition to, either proposal (details below, with links to all plans) will have that opportunity.
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27 January 2017 @ 03:25 am
Woken by fire trucks at 2:30 in the morning. It's a three alarm fire on Appleton St. off Willow. Contained to the one house, plus a live wire down. From what I could glean from the scanner, everyone seems to have gotten out of the house, but some people were taken to the hospital.

Now (3:15am) at the one-hour mark, it's still an active fire, but fire command on site has declined help from an additional company, and are saying "condition the same, companies making progress."

At 3:20am calling for a "20-foot collapse zone around the building. Slate shingles coming off the room, eminent [immanent?] danger of the chimney collapsing."
(does that mean they evacuate the houses on either side, I would assume?)

From my house I can see that Willow is shut down, and the bike path, so expect a similar 4 block radius.
 
 
 
26 January 2017 @ 09:54 pm

I saw this flyer at Porter Square Vet today and thought I'd share. It's a benefit for a Somerville pet food pantry. Might be if interest to some of you.
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20 January 2017 @ 05:24 pm
So Chris Evans was apparently running a mini-escape room at Comicazi, and none of us noticed the people yelling "Hail Hydra" in the middle of Davis.


He's doing an escape room fundraiser and contest to benefit Christopher's Haven.

Personally, I plan to win, and do an escape room with Captain America.
 
 
20 January 2017 @ 04:02 pm
The year is 2116 and humanity has yet to make contact with another intelligent species. Exploration Commander John Allen wants to change that, but after returning from his first mission with no memory, he is forced to recall events through interrogation by an electronic Jury. Travel into Commander Allen's mind and discover what took place on the planet Nochus. Did he find intelligent aliens? Did they survive the encounter? What happened to make him lose his memory? This eerie and thought-provoking tale will leave you questioning your own senses.

CAGE OF LIGHT
Unity Somerville, 6 William Street at College Ave

ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Saturday, January 28th at 8pm

FREE with suggested donation of $5

Cage of Light is a staged reading based on a play written by Canadian radio producer Bill Gray for the 1980s CBC series Vanishing Point. It has been adapted for the stage by Theatre@First sound designer and former Post-Meridian Radio Players artistic director Neil Marsh.

For more information, visit http://www.theatreatfirst.org/shows/cage_of_light/cage_of_light.shtml
 
 
This enclosed canvas wardrobe is great for storing winter clothes in the summer, or summer clothes in the winter, or avoiding dust in a storage area or closet.
I have it disassembled. It's pretty sturdy once put together.

It measures 63 inches high x 36 inches wide x 20 inches deep.

This is the product description at the Container Store. Yours for $20.
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20 January 2017 @ 08:47 am
I have 3 kitchen-trash-bag size bags of clean bubble wrap, free for the asking. Union Square, let me know if you want them and I'll let you know where to pick them up, thanks!
 
 
 
19 January 2017 @ 01:04 pm
They don't have Big Gulps or Slurpees yet, but most of the private-label-branded merchandise now says "7 SELECT" rather than "TD's Cafe" or "Tedeschi's". The point-of-sale terminal now displays "7REWARDS" on its screen when it's not in use.

They're selling small coffees for 50 cents. I wonder if that's just to get rid of the remaining stock of "TD's Cafe" paper cups.

One of the employees said they expect to see the store rebranded by the end of February.

(Earlier post from May 2015, when 7-Eleven bought the Tedeschi's chain.)
 
 
Per the Boston Globe:  Capuano joins Clark, will skip Trump’s inauguration


So who is going to the Boston Women's March for America on Saturday? Do you have your Pussy Hat ?

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Just before Christmas I posted about how I came home only to find several SPD vehicles, along with numerous officers, 2 handcuffed (apparent) perps, and a couple of piles of packages in front of my apartment; come to find out that the police had just broken up/arrested part of a package-stealing ring which had been wrecking havoc all around West Somerville.  Ron had already told me that this had ended up on Universal Hub, but little did I know that I was going to end up getting a shout-out in the pages of Scout Somerville as well for that very DSLJ post! (It's on Page 8 under "Winners and Losers," FWIW.)  Whatever shall I do with my newfound fame?... ;-)

(BTW, I know several readers mentioned either having missing packages of their own or knowing people who hadn't received packages yet--did everyone end up getting their mail eventually?)
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13 January 2017 @ 01:10 pm
The Oat Shop, "Boston's first oatmeal cafe", has officially opened at 22a College Avenue, replacing American Bakers Cafe.

(Earlier posts here and here.)
 
 

The former iYO Cafe/Bistro at 234 Elm Street has a big new RESTAURANT AVAILABLE sign in the window. The QR code on the sign leads to a blank page, but I found the restaurant listed for sale on this page

SOMERVILLE, MA 
Café / Restaurant Location 
Common Victualler License 
Busy High Traffic Location. Sales History of $14,400.00 per week. 
Approximately 2,510 SF. Rent $50 - $55 PSF. 60 Seats. 
Beautiful Buildout with Exposed Brick Walls. Great Opportunity.

with more detail available here if you login to the nerest.com website. I'll include that detail below the lj-cut.

At an informal meeting with a few local residents Wednesday evening, Ward 6 Alderman Lance Davis said that Taco Bell has expressed interest in this location for their new Taco Bell Cantina restaurant format, which includes alcoholic beverages. Only a few of these exist so far, in Chicago, Austin, San Francisco, and Las Vegas.

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