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By Jeanne O’Brien Coffey

New Tapas Cafe Comes to Melrose

Real paella takes time. The rice has to simmer slowly in fish stock to achieve that creamy—but not mushy—consistency, and each piece of fresh seafood, from cal...

Bewitching Shop in Salem

We’ve all been inside a beautifully decorated home that somehow feels cold and unwelcoming, despite the picture-perfect décor. Instead of exuding a feeling of ...

Must-Do List for Manchester-By-the-Sea

EAT+DRINK Allie’s Beach Street Café Comforting homemade dishes served in a spacious room with wooden floors and white walls. Come for breakfast, lunch, or din...

The History of Salem’s Hamilton Hall

For George Ford, Hamilton Hall in Salem is more than just an old New England assembly hall. It’s where his fourth-great-grandparents, John and Nancy Remond—le...

Autumn in Stockbridge

Nestled among the rolling Berkshires, the town of Stockbridge has a quaint familiarity about it, with its tree-lined Main Street, small shops, church, and the ...

Explore Beverly This September

Beverly, settled in 1626, is certainly one of the oldest cities in the United States. It has 17th-century buildings and historic lore, and even lays claim to b...

Equine Rescue Network on the North Shore

On a Sunday morning last fall, I took on a simple task: Lead Jasper by his reins through the woods as leaves crunch underfoot. Keep him focused. Breathe. J...