Category Archives: lifestyle

Worcester’s Radio Of Horror Celebrates 10 Years

Are you a fan of the horror genre? If so, you need to tune in to The Radio of Horror, the longest-running horror show in New England, hosted by Dr. Chris, and found on 91.3 WCUW Live radio, one of the oldest stations in the country. Even more reason to tune in? The show, which runs Sunday night/Monday morning from midnight to 2 a.m., will hit its 10th anniversary Oct. 15. In honor of the big day, we sat down with Dr. Chris to talk about radio horror, hitting the 10-year mark and Halloween.

New in the Woo: Green Zone Hydroponics

Located at 60 Madison St. in Worcester, Green Zone Hydroponics is a one-stop shop for all of your growing and gardening needs.

National Coming Out Day: Beyond activism to authentic living

Every year, there is one day designated as National Coming Out Day (Oct. 11). Although National Coming Out Day was begun as a personal call to activism, it has become a call to live true to yourself. The two are not mutually exclusive. People tend to think of National Coming Out Day as the day to get out your poster board and megaphone to announce to the world that you are trans or bi, and everyone should applaud. It is really about being authentic. Remember, everyone comes out at different times and in different ways.

Not everyone you meet at college is a friend

The period between September and Thanksgiving recess is known as the Red Zone. It’s when freshmen and sophomore females are at the most vulnerable time in their lives for sexual assault.

Greyhound expands service in Worcester

Greyhound Bus Transportation will expand its services to Union Station in Worcester. This stop will be located at 2 Washington Square, Worcester.