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Marblehead – Beach Day

Marblehead's beaches do a lot with a littleAlthough Marblehead is a peninsula with miles of coastline, it's not brimming with beaches. Much of the town's shore...
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Marblehead – Yacht Clubing

A visit to Marblehead's sailing societyWith more boats per capita than anywhere on the planet, Marblehead has long been known as "the sailing capital of the wo...
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Marblehead – Eyes to the Future

Marblehead 20|20 helps historic town look aheadLined by such historic structures as the Jeremiah Lee Mansion and Abbot Hall, the streets of Marblehead have bee...
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Marblehead – A Renewd Spirit

Historic painting gets new lifeKnown nationwide as one of the most historic and patriotic paintings, the oft-copied Spirit of '76 hangs in the Selectmen's Room...
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Marblehead – Let’s Put On a Show

Marblehead Jazz Festival keeps groovin' onThe Boston area has a long and proud jazz tradition. From Storyville to The Jazz Workshop to Scullers and Wally's, th...
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Sailing into Marblehead

Hailed by its earliest settlers as "the greatest town for fishing in New England," Marblehead is now known as "The Sailing Capital of the World," boasting more...
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Salem – Heart of Historical Salem

"Four decades ago downtown Salem was on the chopping block. Urban renewal called for the removal of 175 buildings to make way for parking lots and the construc...
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Rockport – Two Walks, Two Writers

Venturing around a place that combines rugged natural beauty with remnants of local history can revitalize you. It's even better when you discover surprises th...
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Rockport Guide

A Village Guide to Eats and TreatsBistros and Cafes:Top Dog (2 Doyles Cove Road)How about a fresh Chihuahua? This dog is steamed or grilled and topped with jal...