I covered this year's Arlington Open Studios for Icons of Arlington. It was cool getting to see the work of so many local artists and craftspeople! Check it out.
New outfit? Check. Fixed your toaster? Yup. Know where to compost your food scraps now? That's right. I covered this combination clothing swap/repair clinic put on by some local organizations over on Icons of Arlington.
I covered Arlington's annual Town Day for Icons of Arlington. It was just as colorful as I remembered it being when I was a kid. See all the photos here.
Arlington resident Jeffrey Alexander loves astronomy so much he shares his telescope with everyone in the summer. I went to one of his stargazing events last week. Read about it on Icons of Arlington.
The Arlington Reservoir recently closed for the season. I went to the last day, where dogs are allowed in the water. I wrote about the reservoir, and a little about the dogs, on Icons of Arlington.
I've been writing about a lot of bodies of water lately. Here's my Icons of Arlington on Spy Pond.
New Icons of Arlington post. I wrote about the statue called Menotomy Indian Hunter, but mostly about the colonial history of our town.
A warm summer night on Spy Pond Field. A pink sunset. Popcorn. Bubbles. Lots and lots of dogs. And lots and lots of dog videos on the big screen. It can only be Fido Fest. I unintentionally took a month off from Icons of Arlington, but now I'm back, with many dog pictures. People like …
I really don't like this holiday. I suspect a lot of you don't either. But I still went and photographed the Boston fireworks from the park at the top of the hill that gives Arlington Heights its height. Photos and writeup here.
My newest post on Icons of Arlington is about Menotomy Rocks Park, a park I spent a lot of time in as a kid. I learned a lot about the park's history, both ancient geologic and recent community history, while I was researching for this one. Content warning for non-graphic discussion of suicide in the …