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Shop Local: Store Full of Stories

Shop Local: Store Full of Stories

You’re probably spending a bit for the holidays, maybe even faster than you realize in this “click and it’s shipped” shopping age. Here’s a chance to slow down and take it all in before you dole out the dough. A new store in Arlington...
The Ponder Scope and Sports Update | December 06, 2019

The Ponder Scope and Sports Update | December 06, 2019

Singing auditions for the musical Tommy, a Mario Kart tournament, and a food collection drive for the holidays in this weeks Ponder Scope. Plus, Nick looks ahead at the winter season in the Sports...
Deep & Crisp & Even

Deep & Crisp & Even

On average one foot of snow blanketed Arlington over a two day period earlier this week. And as ACMi’s News Director Jeff Barnd found out, whether you enjoyed it or not depended on what side of the snow bank you were...
Cream or Sugar?

Cream or Sugar?

Arlington Heights has been lucky enough recently to have a place where you can enjoy a hot cup ‘o joe and granola, but now ice cream is in the mix-literally! ACMi news intern Harvey Kelley shows us how the Roasted Granola Cafe is topping off its business since...
A Legendary 90th in Arlington!

A Legendary 90th in Arlington!

There’s Hollywood, New York City, Las Vegas and, yes, Arlington! This town can hold its own when it comes to entertainment worthy of the red carpet. And one man who has walked it so many times was in town for a one-man show at the Regent Theatre November 16th...
Foxboro Follies

Foxboro Follies

The New England Patriots so far are having a banner year! The Belechick/Brady years have spawned a football dynasty the likes of which we may never again see in our lifetime. But the Patriots had what some could call a near “false start.” They may be six...
Flags for Heroes

Flags for Heroes

Despite a politically divided nation, veterans in Arlington say they are always proud to display the American flag. Over one hundred are flying in front of the high school along Mass Ave. thanks to the Rotary Club of Arlington. Each year the club sells sponsorships...