Food truck festival
For Worcester, the food-truck phenomenon started back in the late-19th century when T.H. Buckley's Worcestermade lunch carts started serving sandwiches, boiled eggs, pie and coffee to the late-shift workers in factories downtown.
Keep up your bright swords!
The Worcester Shakespeare Company's seventh-annual Worcester Shakespeare Festival, which has been held at the Green Hill Park Memorial Amphitheatre in the past, is making a move to bring Shakespeare to life this year on the Plaza at The Whitin Mill in Blackstone Valley starting Friday, July 13.
New twists on the menu
"BOB" journeys to WPI
Bob's story i s different, for certain. Born in the bathroom of a fast-food joint and left to fend for himself from birth onwards, Bob's lengthy pursuit of happiness as he travels across America is struck with devastating blows and occasional highs. Through his journey to discovering his own greatness with high hopes for his dreams to come into fruition, Bob encounters fellow citizens also embarking on their own paths to the American dream. This one man's fi ght for success will spill across the stage as the Worcester Polytechnic Institute and MW Repertory Theatre Co. present Peter Sinn Nachtrieb's play, "BOB."