May 2017

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Northeast Arc's Heritage Caning Company

One of New England’s last remaining storefront caning businesses.

Veterans Build Program 

Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity offers veterans “a hand up, not a handout.”

Lawerence High School Pop Culture

Eric Allshouse brings art class outdoors.

Digs Studio in Lynn

Two established artists take on a new venture.

European Style Café in Beverly

At Tartine Kitchen & Eatery, light fare gets a European flair.

StretchOut Studios in Lynnfield

Client-driven, therapist-assisted stretching for all ages.

Andover's Oak & Iron Brewing Co.

Inspired by New England, this brewery serves up time-honored classics in a beer hall setting.

Manchester-by-the-Sea's Coolidge Point

Historic New England takes a landscape with roots under its wing, and a founding father’s family home rests in good hands.

The Larcom Theater

Beverly’s own multipurpose theatre will take you back in time.

Town Focus: Ipswich and Essex

These two towns offer history, natural beauty, cultural interest, and more.

Salem Comfort Food

Two pop-ups in Salem bring new tastes to the city.

Privateer Seasonal Release Gin

From floral and fruity to piney and savory, diverse botanicals make gin an ideal spring sipper.

Handmade Signs on Route 1

The Gloucester artist behind Fenway Park’s murals is taking an epic journey down U.S. Route 1, traveling 2,300 miles to capture a dying art and a bygone era.

Treks, Trails, and Adventure

Grab your friends and family and make a day of it exploring the North Shore’s arts, agriculture, coastline, and more!

Farmers' Markets

Supporting local farmers’ markets is a valuable service to your community—and beyond.

North Shore's Hidden Treasures

The Trustees of Reservations holds hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

Hidden Newport

Rich in architecture and legend, the colonial quarter of Newport waits to be discovered.

Plates to Share in Salem

Tiny tastes are big business at Bambolina.
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