The Legend of
History was recently re-made at Weston’s Golden Ball Tavern when the pre-Revolutionary “Weston Tea Party” was brought to life for a film by Weston High School students and professional actors.
Face to Face with Wellesley and Weston’s Police Chiefs
Wellesley Police Chief Terrence Cunningham and Weston Police Chief Steven Shaw talk about the challenges and rewards of community policing in our two towns that share so much.
On A Stage Long Darkened, a Light Still Glimmers
Largely forgotten today, the Group 20 Players at Wellesley College once made the Hay Amphitheater the center of American summer theater and helped to launch many successful acting careers.
An Expanded Definition of Family
Americans adopt more international children than all countries combined, and there are hundreds of inter-country adoptive families living in Wellesley and Weston. Parents, adoption experts, and children share their stories with us.
This non-profit, award-winning, international youth circus is coming to Wellesley this summer and the spirited performers and organizers prove that they’re not just clowning around.
The Green Scene