Food: October alfredo

The leaves are turning, the mornings have a crisp bite and apple picking excursions are underway. So if you’re anything like me (a fall enthusiast), you’re ready for autumnal flavors. I love pumpkin; when I’m not drinking my pumpkin spice tea or baking pumpkin muffins, I’m probably thinking about whether or not I should go …

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Crafting art at the Aldrich: Local artist to weave on-site at museum

While kneading her fingers into the scarlet and saffron fibers, internationally acclaimed weaver Helena Hernmarck said she fell in love with creating textile art after being introduced to a loom at 17. “I thought ‘that’s it, that’s what I want to do’ and I never changed my mind,” she said. The Swedish artist will have …

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Binge and Repeat: Atypical adds more voices from the spectrum

When Netflix dropped the second season of Atypical, I dropped everything to find out what happened after last season’s cliffhanger of a finale. Spoilers ahead for those of you who haven’t watched the first season (which I reviewed earlier this year). The audience is reunited with the Gardner family after Elsa’s affair throws a grenade …

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