Shaz Sajadi

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Arlington First Lights 2016

Arlington First Lights 2016

The town of Arlington in collaboration with the Arlington Chamber of Commerce hosted First Lights; a family event celebrating the start of the holiday season by lighting the trees in front of the Jefferson Cutter House on December 1st at 6 pm. The event included...
Election Day 2016

Election Day 2016

Out of the 32,314 registered voters in Arlington MA, almost one-third of them voted early this year, but the majority of the voters wait until Election Day to cast their votes. APN talked to some of these Arlington voters at the Brackett Elementary School. The 21...
ACA Ribbon Cutting

ACA Ribbon Cutting

An Arts Center that was forced out of their long time location now looks forward to a new facility, The Arlington Center for the Arts has been located at the Gibbs School for nearly 30 years. But the building needs to be re-opened as a school for the town’s 6th...
East Arlington Public Art Project

East Arlington Public Art Project

A group of artists are celebrating the diversity of East Arlington through the diversity of its storefront businesses. Over the past 6 months they have interviewed different business owners and learnt about their stories and the history of their stores. Ten of these...
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

For the release of the new Harry Potter story, the Book Rack store in Arlington held a midnight party at the Regent theatre with a magician, costume contest, trivia and a wand decorating station. Other businesses in town are also having ฮ—arry Potter themed events. The...
Arlington Farmers’ Market Builds A Sense of Community

Arlington Farmers’ Market Builds A Sense of Community

The idea of setting up the Arlington farmers’ market in the parking lot behind the Jefferson Cutter house started with a resident of an elder housing. She took her idea to Oakes Plimpton who was involved in other farmers’ markets and knew many farmers in...
Improving Arlington Heights

Improving Arlington Heights

A group of Arlington Heights residents gathered and founded the Support Arlington Heights (SAH) Facebook page with the purpose of revitalizing and beautifying the Heights. SAH conducted a survey of the residents to gather information on what residents like about the...
Chairful Where You Sit 2016

Chairful Where You Sit 2016

Chairful Where You Sit is a creative pop-up art installation, where local artists are encouraged to find orphaned chairs and reinvent them to raise money for Arlington Public Art. Artists pay $10 to register for the event and each artist can submit as many as three...