October 2017

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In this Issue

Town Focus: Salem

A look into Salem’s past explains the Witch City’s vibrant and eclectic present. 

Gloucester-Based Sculptor

Pablo Eduardo creates larger-than-life pieces that exude both joy and pain. 

Reuse, Recycle—and Redevelop

The three Rs of North Shore development projects.

Speakeasy Donuts Pop-Up Shop

Chefs Wren Werner and Garrett Raynes have given life to their confectionary dream.

Salem Must-Do List

Items for your Salem itinerary.

5 Over 50

These five enterprises have been in operation for more than five decades, displaying a dedication that keeps people coming back.

Far From The Tree Orchard

The Salem cider company purchases an apple orchard in Maine.

Absinthe des Voisins

Deacon Giles Distillery launches a single-batch series with absinthe.

Changing Lives for the Better 

Philanthropist Steven P. Rosenthal’s generous donation is helping bring attention to Northeast Arc’s Changing Lives Fund.

Roots Compost

A new company takes composting at home to the next level. 

Hello Gorgeous!

Burlington’s Pyara Spa and Salon partners with the nonprofit to give women battling cancer a day of pampering.

Men’s Grooming Tips

Keep up your appearance with these understated tips from David Nicholas International.

Cape Ann Plein Air 2017

October 8-16, artists from across the country come to Cape Ann for a weeklong celebration of outdoor painting.

Essex County Community Foundation

ECCF turns donor funds into social change.

Iconic Art in Gloucester

Artist Morgan Faulds Pike creates works of art steeped in history.

Rockport Music’s New Artistic Director

Barry Shiffman aims to connect the audience with live arts. 

Wonder Women on the North Shore

Eight exceptional women describe the journey that brought them to personal success.

Indulgent Escape in Peabody

The new Alto Forno lavishes diners with layers of flavor.
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