An update from South Shore Health Foundation:

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An Update from South Shore Health South Shore Home, Life & Style- South Shore Health Update July 2020 This spring, many area hospitals, including South Shore Health, temporarily suspended many non-urgent medical services in order to effectively prepare for and manage the COVID-19 surge in our area. In early June, South Shore Health began the … Read more

A Passion for Printmaking

By Maria Allen Photography by Derrick Zellmann Situated in a sunlit storefront on Court Street, Inky Hands Print Studio and Gallery is dedicated to creating a sense of community around the art of silk screen printing. Owner Katharine LiBretto is a skilled artist whose works are regularly exhibited in London, Hong Kong and the USA … Read more

Hangin’ With The Coopers

Written by Dave Kindy — Photography by Derrick Zellmann Chris Cooper and Marianne Leone are sitting around the kitchen table drinking coffee and eating homemade cranberry bread. The conversation is pleasant and lighthearted as they banter back and forth about acting, writing, and life on the South Shore. The talk turns to Cooper’s latest movie, “Irresistible.” He … Read more

Telling the Native Story

Kerri Helme helps preserve Wampanoag culture at Plimoth Plantation and beyond. By Lannan M. O’BrienPortrait photography by Julia Cumes Many people have heard the story of the English colonists’ journey to Plymouth in 1620 and their first interactions with the Wampanoag people. But too often, the portrayal of native history barely scratches the surface. Known … Read more

Local Skincare Line Launch

Moroccan Magic Skincare

By Maria Allen Four years ago, armed with all-natural argan oil and a boatload of determination, Milton entrepreneur Kristina D. Tsipouras built herself a lip balm empire known as Moroccan Magic. Her organic lip balm line is now available in over 30,000 retail stores nationwide. We recently caught up with Tsipouras to learn about her … Read more

Ticket to Ride

Ticket to Ride P & B Railway

130 years of trolleys and buses on the South Shore Written by david kindy  Historical imagery courtesy of The Kingston Public Library Local History Collections and Pilgrim Hall Museum, Plymouth, Massachusetts The next time you pull up next to a Plymouth & Brockton (P&B) bus, look below the familiar blue and gold logo at the … Read more

A Perfect Match

A Perfect Match Candle Making

Two friends pour their hearts into a creative venture, producing all-natural candles and sustainable goods that promote self-love and wellness. Written and Photographed by Kate Rogan Standing in the kitchen of her Bridgewater home, Catherine MacDonald breathed in the sweet, earthy scent of cranberries, cinnamon and pecans and was immediately reminded of her childhood. Her … Read more

Important updates from South Shore Health

South Shore Health Updates

  As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, South Shore Health’s physicians, nurses, clinicians, and support staff are working, As One, to test and treat those affected; to ease the spread with informative outreach; and to maintain operations and crucial services for patients managing other illnesses and conditions. In this time of distancing, we must remain … Read more

The Whittlin’ Wahlberg

Hingham’s celebrity chef soothes his soul by carving decoys and other wood creations By Dave Kindy   Photography by Derrick Zellmann When Paul Wahlberg gets home to Hingham after work, the house is usually dark and quiet. His wife and two children have gone to bed and the celebrity chef is alone with his thoughts after … Read more

Striking Gold: Fuller at Fifty

Fuller Craft Museum is marking its 50th anniversary with a commemorative exhibition that celebrates the museum’s rich past and brilliant future—and shines a light on all things golden. “Striking Gold: Fuller at Fifty” explores the storied traditions, contemporary interpretations, skillful applications, and conceptual rigor of gold as an artistic material, while investigating the multitude of … Read more

Iconic Accessory

By Laura DeSisto There is perhaps no more iconic structure on the South Shore than Minot’s Light, a lighthouse perched on Minot’s Ledge just 1 mile offshore of Scituate and Cohasset.  Originally built in 1849, a new light was installed in the edifice 45 years later, with a 1-4-3 flashing cycle. Not long after that … Read more

Winter Warm Up

21 Ways to keep cozy and entertained when the weather is frightful Written by Moira McCarthy There’s something about winter that is just so … cozy. Thankfully, the South Shore has no shortage of inviting indoor destinations. Whether you feel like sipping a warm drink by a fire, playing a round of golf (for real!), … Read more