WooBerry has reopened with their new look

You may have noticed that WooBerry closed for a while around the holidays so they could do some work on the place.

Well, they’re reopened now and the new look is beautiful. Brendan Melican and Iris Lyons, put a lot of thought into everything and have made a great place to sit down, relax and have a nice conversation. There’s new color on the walls, new lighting and new artwork. I also noticed the great playlist put together by Brendan.

Also, ice cream! There’s still frozen yogurt but… ice cream. Made in-house and it’s delicious.

Love Bites – vanilla ice cream with brownies and cheesecake in it.

I’ve been “sampling” the new ice cream and can personally recommend PB & Jelly, Love Bites, and Maple Walnut.

Artwork of John Trobaugh. johnart.com

Last weekend, Brendan installed their first local artist gallery featuring the work of John Trobaugh. I love the way John uses color.

Heather Rigney painted a new mural on the back wall last weekend.

Heather Rigney’s books, Walking the Merrow and Hunting the Merrow, were on sale while Heather painted the new artwork.

The completed mural by Heather.

Film: Trinity by Skip Shea

Last Wednesday, I headed over to Nick’s to see a screening of Trinity. Trinity is the first feature-length film by Massachusetts filmmaker, Skip Shea.

Trinity is a really well done emotional / psychological horror film.  It’s not a film that will go easy on you but if you like films that make you think and feel something, this is one that will do it.

Trinity is currently being shown at film festivals around the world and it’s winning awards. You can follow along on the Facebook page.

Trinity Trailer from Skip Shea on Vimeo.
Trailer to the feature-length film Trinity written and directed by Skip Shea starring Sean Carmichael, David Graziano, Beatrice Di Giovanni, Aurora Grabill with Lynn Lowry. Co-starring Izzy Lee, Diana Porter and Tiziana Guarini. Director of Photography by Nolan Yee. Score by Steven Lanning-Cafaro. Produced by Stacy Buchanan, Jessica Barnthouse and Skip Shea.