Historical Scavenger Hunt

Hingham is filled with markers and memorials dedicated to those people—and pets—who made a difference in the community’s success Written by Dave Kindy  Photography by Jack Foley Where It All Started In September 1635, Rev. Peter Hobart and other English settlers arrived on these shores and established the town of Hingham. Though it’s hundreds of … Read more

The Art of Afternoon Tea

Written by Jennifer H. McInerney Photography by Kate Rogan When strolling down Court Street in Plymouth, visitors now come upon a sight they’ve probably never encountered in America’s Hometown before: a gleaming red replica of a traditional British telephone booth. This seemingly out-of-place “phone box” fits right in on the sidewalk outside Shelly’s Tea Rooms, … Read more

Local Author Spotlight: Kevin V. Symmons Reveals How Writing Became His “Second Act”

Have you always enjoyed writing? Yes. I wrote my first “short story” when I was 11! But like many I took the road more traveled and got a BS and MBA then worked in industry for many years. What inspired you to start writing novels?  I had the good fortune to leave my business at … Read more

Shop Local Gift Guide

1) Alashan cashmere dress topper, available at Welch Company, 132 Front St., Scituate, welchcompany.com  2) Maple world map card case from Treeline & Tide, available at treelineandtide.com.  3) Emma J Shipley scented candle in bone china container with 24 carat gold accents, available at Trellis Home Design Shop, 28 South St., Hingham, trellishomedesign.com  4) Topo Designs Dopp … Read more

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Artwork Hingham

Artist Jen Kelly’s paintings capture the essence of summer and bring joyful pops of color into local homes. Written by MARIA ALLEN Photography by KJELD MAHONEY Hingham artist Jen Kelly has painted many seaside landscapes over the years, often taking an easel down to World’s End to paint en plein air with a small group … Read more

71 Nichols Road, Cohasset

Positively stunning shingle-style masterpiece overlooking the magical Little Harbor. Only steps to the residents-only Sandy beach and a short stroll to the Village. This magnificent 4-year-old home has been designed and constructed to the highest possible standards. Elegant yet completely welcoming, this home’s sprawling first floor boasts a dream kitchen/family dining area, a gorgeous library/home … Read more

NVNA and Hospice’s The 12 Celebration

Molly and Fedor Smith Christine Falvey, Anthony Messina, Gina Vita, Thom Baer Jane Steinmetz, Renee McInnes, Ellen Zane Elena Kirkiles, Laura Winters Jack Falvey, Patty Krumholz, Josh Krumholz Gerry Lynch, Jeff Lynch, Kathy Morely, Kitty Pinch Kristen Walker, Richard Walker, Dana Norton, Tom Norton Joe DeStefano, Michelle DeStefano, Jason Clifford, Tracy Clifford, Sarah Crossman PJ … Read more

Where to Shop Local and Find Great Gifts

Boutique Hopping on the South Shore If you’re searching for the perfect present for a friend or family member, or just in the mood to treat yourself to a little self-care gift (after all, you deserve it), South Shore boutiques have got you covered. Offering inviting atmospheres and unparalleled customer service, these local businesses take … Read more

Honey Baby – Recipes With Local Cranberries

The Runaway Train Cocktail

New to the Plymouth dining scene, Honey Baby is an upscale, modern cocktail lounge that offers a relaxed “must chill” atmosphere and a creative menu of craft cocktails and off-the-charts bites. “We’re going to take care of you, make you comfortable and do our best to put a smile on your face while you relax … Read more

E/2 Kitchen & Bar – Recipes With Local Cranberries

E2 Owner/Mixologist Charly Bournazos

An evolution of Marshfield’s longstanding and beloved restaurant Ember, E/2 Kitchen Bar has long been a destination for creative cocktails. Rooted in Ember’s history, the restaurant carries the same glamorous atmosphere and open kitchen concept as its predecessor. What has emerged is a modern menu that suits the region’s dine-in and take out interests, adapting … Read more