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Beyond Walls 2018

The not-for-profit place-making organization announces schedule of events for this year's festival and new project to revive Lynn’s waterfront.

Susan Dowds Honored for Work with Girls Inc. of Lynn

Dowds was one of 131 Unsung Heroines of Massachusetts recognized by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women.

Hawthorne 101

Witch City Writers offers a free “House of the Seven Gables” primer followed by a treasure hunt at The Gables.

North Shore Beaches

With miles and miles of coastline, the North Shore has some of the best beaches in New England. Here are a few favorites. 

Women’s East Coast Handicap Polo Championship

On Saturday, June 30, Georgetown-based Boston Polo Club played in the final USPA match against Newport.

Maxwell Bailey’s "In Between"

Our author reviews the Boston-based singer-songwriter’s live EP.

Local Authors Team Up for Intimate Dialogue

Novelists Anita Diamant and Charlotte Gordon in conversation with author JoeAnn Hart about writing, creativity, and place, July 19.

MRT Appoints New Director of Marketing and Communications

David Henderson, a veteran community engagement, marketing, and communications specialist for the non-profit field began his new role June 18.

Empresses of China’s Forbidden City at PEM

Never-before-told stories and never-before-seen treasures illuminate female power and influence in the Qing dynasty, on view August 18 through February 10.

Beauport Hotel Gloucester Launches Getaway Package

This Boston to Gloucester package offers an accessible escape for $399.

Honeywell Sends Teachers to Space Camp to Accelerate STEM Teaching

Andover teacher Katherine Budinger was selected to return for a second time to help lead the group as an “Ambassador.”

Reading in Reading

Whitelam Books creates an atmosphere that invites you to sit down and stay awhile.

Restoration of Old Town Hill

The Trustees of Reservations has embarked on a restoration and improvement of grasslands on segments of Old Town Hill’s 531 acres in Newbury.

Bridgewell Appoints Christopher Tuttle as COO

As COO, Tuttle will be responsible for the overall administration of programs and defined administrative services within Bridgewell.

Jeffrey Marshall Exhibition

"Gone...Fishing," a special exhibition of recent work by the Gloucester artist, on view at the Cape Ann Museum August 10-November 25.

Hiking Hot Spots

Seven stunning spots on the North Shore that will satisfy your thirst for exploration.

11th Annual Esperanza Academy Graduation

Featuring keynote speaker Adriana Rojas Garzón and Michael Helman, who will be presented with the Malcolm Coates Award for Service and Leadership.

The Promenade at Northshore Mall Announces Summer Entertainment Series

Entertainment, musical performances, and more for all ages on the new performance stage, June 1-August 18.

Boston Calling Wrap-Up

Our author reviews the best acts from this year’s festival held at the Harvard Athletic Complex.

Summer in the City Returns to Boston Harbor Hotel

Live entertainment every Tuesday through Friday this summer at Rowes Wharf.

John Paul Jones House Museum + Garden Opens for the Season

The 1758 National Historic Landmark will be open seven days a week beginning Memorial Day.

10th Annual Salem Arts Festival

On June 1-3, downtown Salem will transform into an opportunity for the arts community to showcase their talents.

Harrison Cady Exhibition

A special exhibition at the Cape Ann Museum, on view July 7- Oct. 28, 2018.

Farm Preservation

A new award provides seed funding to permanently protect working farms in the Merrimack River Valley.

Summer Staycation Packages at Boston-Area Hotels

These hotels invite you and your family to kick back and enjoy the well-deserved warm weather to its fullest.

The House of the Seven Gables Assembles New Development Team

The three new team members bring exciting energy and know-how to the historic house as development professionals.

Independent Film Festival Boston Wrap-Up

Our author reviews five of the most engaging, compelling, and entertaining films on this year's lineup.

Custom Organs in Gloucester

A Gloucester shop builds massive pipe organs from bygone eras.

El Taller in Lawrence

The bookstore, café, and meeting place is the beating heart of the city.

Soap & Rope Theatre Company Brings Comedy "Scapin" to Castle Hill

The troupe will perform the classic French comedy by Moliere, May 17-20.

Gloucester's Law and Water Gallery

Ken Riaf has spent the last two years representing local and regional artists as well as displaying legal ephemera.

Local Auction Sells Props from Martha Stewart

Beverly's Kaminski Auctions will sell off truckloads of props from the lifestyle guru's television shows on May 5-6.

Rockport's Philanthropic Force

The woman behind Rockport’s stunning Shalin Liu Performance Center is a philanthropic force with a generous nature.

Independent Film Festival Boston Preview

Our author shares six of his suggested movies, of varied makes and models, to consider viewing at this year's festival.

Inside the Boston Ballet School

A conversation with the managing director of the Boston Ballet School, Dave Czesniuk.

Marblehead Museum Presents "Fishy Fun with Frost"

As part of the upcoming ArtWeek festival, use renowned folk artist J.O.J. Frost's whimsical paintings as inspiration to design your own "Frost Fish."

The Norman B. Leventhal Walk to the Sea

Explore Boston on foot with this family-friendly, one-mile walking tour from Beacon Hill down to Long Wharf.

Skeleton Key Now Open at MarketStreet Lynnfield

The spellbinding adventure emporium offers a new take on escape rooms alongside a lounge experience.

Pete Holmes Shares His Insights on Comedy and More

Our author catches up with the star of the HBO hit "Crashing" and former Wenham resident.

Women in the Arts

A new exhibition at the Cape Ann Museum celebrates the natural and raw grit of the area, as seen by some of its hardest working artists—the women.

"Ghosts of The Silver Screen"

Photographer Matt Lambros brings new exhibit to The Cabot.

Boston's Creative Community Fuels Up

36creative and growing art gallery Blochaus team up for new art show titled "PUMP."

ArtWeek Launches Statewide Creative Festival

The festival expands into all six regions of the Commonwealth, with more than 500 events, from April 27-May 6.

PEM Explores Innovations Inspired by Nature

"Wild Designs" will be on view May 26, 2018 through August 4, 2019.

First-Names Films Presents "Mass Hysteria"

The past meets the present in upcoming feature film set in Salem.

RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain

Located in the gorgeous White Mountains of New Hampshire, this resort features the ultimate in luxury and amenities—and it's just a drive away!

Mary Williamson Named New Executive Director of the Anna Jaques Community Health Foundation

Williamson brings more than 25 years of well-rounded management and fundraising experience grounded in relationship and community building.

Nantucket Island Resorts Introduces The Lilly Pulitzer Cottage at White Elephant

Coastal casual meets New England elegance with a Lilly-designed cottage at White Elephant.

Signs of Spring

Two sanctuary directors tell us what to look out for on the North Shore.

Sea Bags Executives Honored with Maine Small Business Person of the Year Award

CEO Don Oakes and president and COO Beth Shissler have grown their business to 13 retail stores with over 100 employees.
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