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Urban Farming Goes Medicinal

Red Antler Apothecary is announcing an exciting new project starting this spring: The Apothecary Farm at Mill No. 5. Continuing to be stewards of health, the community and the Earth, the shop will expand into The Urban Farm at Mill No. 5. This will allow the team to expand on […]

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Laszlo Family Farm

When Clarke and Ginger Laszlo bought their farm twenty years ago, they made a commitment to raise rare livestock and heritage seeds to feed their family. Today, sons Sam and Joseph share that commitment of using rare breeds to control bloodlines and create an environment which suits the needs of […]

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Dave’s Turn II

By Dave Perry We have our favorites at Vinyl Destination. You do too, right? Of course. We’re talking here about a record, or an artist that sets your receptors firing. Maybe it reaches an old spot in you that nothing has in a while, or maybe it finds some place […]

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New Exhibit at Curation 250

Curation 250 is showcasing artwork by Adam O’Day throughout April and May at its gallery on the 5th floor of Mill No. 5. The solo show, entitled The Valley Below, is a collection of cityscapes and interiors painted during quarantine, and the promise of an indefinitely postponed family reunion at […]

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Under the Sun

This Sunday, April 4th The Farm Market goes outdoors for the spring and the summer. The year round farmer’s market moves from the 5th floor of Mill No. 5, downstairs to Middlesex Street, across from The Urban Farm at Mill No. 5. Governor Baker has deemed Farmers’ Markets essential services […]

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One Urban Tribe

One Urban Tribe has been open on the 4th floor of Mill No. 5 since 2017 with owner, artist and curator, Fox creating a shop that is constantly evolving, as seen by her recent expansion into a larger space. Adding to this growth is the recent addition of her ecommerce […]

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