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Central Mass’s Best Bartenders 2018

At Wormtown Brewery @wormtownbrewery / Photography by Matt Wright @mattwrightphoto

We asked, and you told us who you like to make your drinks. So we broke it down, by neighborhood, and here are the best bartenders in Central Mass. Stop in, say hi and ask them to mix up your favorite drink!

Worcester’s Green Rush

Jason Savio / Photography by Demet Senturk

It could be a green summer in Worcester this year. After much deliberation and planning, the legalization of selling recreational marijuana in Massachusetts is right around the corner. n But what will this look like in Worcester? While nothing yet is set in stone, the picture is becoming clearer as we approach the finish line.

Worcester shows its green for St. Patrick

Download the St. Patrick’s Day Parade map!

Maxine Giza

It’s time to break out the green attire, shamrocks and beer in preparation for St. Patrick’s Day — the day everyone is Irish! You don’t have to trek out to Boston or Holyoke to enjoy a fabulous day, as the Worcester County St. Patrick’s Day Parade has now been a tradition in the city for 36 years.

New Around the Woo: Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center

Rachel Shuster

Located in the heart of Worcester’s Canal District at 112 Harding St., Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center is a state-of-the-art private recreational facility that promises to offer a one-of-a-kind experience. Chris Hartly, general manager of the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center, has been with the ice center from the start.

Clark travels the world with International Gala

Julianne Elias

If you are interested in traveling the world in just one night, without even leaving Worcester, then Clark has the perfect opportunity for you — its annual International Gala. Held every March, this free event showcases the campus’s cultural diversity. During this popular and lively event, more than 300 students from Clark will represent 32 countries from around the world. The students of Clark take pride in this event and look at it as a positive way to spread acceptance.