Our author explores everything new the town has to offer while Yankee Homecoming week provides the backdrop.
This lecture by David Moffat, trustee, will briefly examine patterns of land-use in Salem and some of the personalities of the district.
A benefit for John Paul Jones House Museum and Garden + Portsmouth Historical Society, September 7.
Free outdoor movies, a yappy hour for dog owners and their four-legged friends, fitness classes, and more.
Proximity to nature and the shoreline drives luxury home sales.
The oldest residence for senior women in Salem is today’s finest example of a Rest Home licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
American Rhino, Mini Emporium, Skeleton Key, and Fit Revolution will be joining the plaza’s diverse community of shops, restaurants, and entertainment.
With your help, Northeast Arc will renovate the existing space at the Community Art Center.
Powder House Park and Learning Center packs a lot of learning into a small space.
Spend a night in a Connecticut lighthouse rich with history.
Integrated exhibitions and programs allow attendees to explore nature through art and science.
From June 17 through September 4, Naumkeag, the military-style landing craft, will disembark passengers on the beach at Bakers Island.
With miles and miles of coastline, the North Shore has some of the best beaches in New England. Here are a few favorites.
Salem's most famous house offers a look into what life was life in the 17th century in Salem and beyond.
One of New England’s last remaining storefront caning businesses.
The Aquitaine Group celebrates spring by opening outdoor seating and patios.
The sport has become a top fitness workout and it’s taking over the North Shore.
Amazon Prime offers a gift box to residents of this small seaside town.
The summer-long series features fitness, music, and movies.
The party will take place at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate on August 5 and 6.