Brew City brings sophistication to pub grub

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Nearly 20 years ago, when Brew City first opened on Shrewsbury Street, its craft brew strategy could have been dismissed as trendy. But only to those who didn’t see the artisanal/craft movement coming down the tracks. The momentum of that locomotive has proven to be sustained and growing; Brew City’s viability has never flagged.

A reading with Worcester’s Whisky Witch


Whether or not you believe in a higher power or powers, people with psychic and empathic abilities, or that someone can tell you about yourself and guide your decisions by looking at a deck of cards, is up to you. For me, I have always believed in these things, mostly because of experiences I’ve had that could only be explained by a different level of spiritual understanding. 

Netflix Junkie: Get your horror fix on Netflix

Confessions of a Netflix Junkie

Since this is our Halloween issue, I wanted to kick off this new column with something that fit the coffin. Netflix is not short on horror, especially as the holiday creeps up on us.

Steal the Style: Pick your potion

Steal the Style Halloween

Halloween is full of sweet, spooky fun and magical nostalgia. Don’t spend an arm and a leg – or any other limb – to fund a look only for a couple hours. Be a mad scientist and experiment on your own.

Rock and Shock prepares to deliver more scares

Rock & Shock

Halloween may fall on Oct. 31, but for New Englanders, Halloween always comes early. From Oct. 16-18, Worcester will once again become Halloween Town when the annual Rock and Shock horror convention and concert series makes its anticipated return to the DCU Center and Worcester Palladium for a weekend full of horror happenings and loud music.