Artist Lizzie Fortin’s pieces evoke an intense sense of curiosity, with the desire to keep investigating closer to see if one can draw conclusions from the energetic and fractured contexts. Her artwork is featured in the three-person exhibit “Collage Variations” now on display at the Hadley Building. The Sun is proud to introduce Laura Marotta as its newest contributor. Check back for more from Laura on art, education, business and the things that matter most to the people of Worcester.
Worcester Sun is proud to announce Worcester Games, which is devoted to video gamers and video games in New England’s second largest city. Worcester Games features games developed by and for Worcester Sun. In addition, Worcester Sun coverage of local video game developers and studios as well as links to games produced in Worcester will be in Worcester Games. Enough already. I want to play
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Today Worcester Games debuts two free, easy to play games developed by Worcester Sun.
There’s so much value in old buildings, including economic value. New Sun contributor Joyce Mandell explores spots in Worcester that have benefited greatly from vision and preservation, rather than the wrecking ball. She believes Notre Dame des Canadiens Church downtown holds similar possibilities.
New in the Sun! We introduce Tips from the Pros, an occasional advice series. Grace Ross mixing it up with state officials on foreclosures. Worcester gets in on $90M homeless initiative. Thoughts on a better way to solve the panhandling problem. And more in your Wednesday, Aug. 17, Worcester Sun.