Life + Style

“Cecelia Cicada” Art at The James Library

“Cecelia Cicada” Part of The James Library’s exhibition “In Noticing,” this captivating mixed-media creation was made using gold candy wrappers and oil paints on canvas. Artist Elizabeth Noble, who lives outside Boston and frequently visits family in Plymouth, often incorporates found scraps of paper and other objects into her works. “Cecelia Cicada” is part of … Read more

Look Who’s Talking

Listening to a podcast can be a great way to pass the time during your daily commute (or while you’re folding laundry). Here are three locally produced podcasts that offer great tips for small businesses and provide a platform for local experts to share inspiring stories. By Maria Allen Liz on Biz The Host: Abington … Read more

Fall Fashion Trends

Crisp autumn air has arrived, which means it’s the perfect time to update your wardrobe. Get inspired by these easy-to-wear fall looks from South Shore boutiques. Nic + Zoe — 92 Derby St., Hingham nicandzoe.com Fringe Cuff Sweater, Honeycomb Pant and Calle Suede Mule Nic + Zoe — 92 Derby St., Hingham nicandzoe.com Sealed With … Read more

A Floral Affair

Written by Maria Allen   Photography by Rachel Buckley Weddings There is something magical about hosting an outdoor cocktail party or farm-to-table dinner and being surrounded by nature, whether it be in a beautiful garden, beneath a forest canopy or by the water’s edge. Last October, local event planner Jessica Hennessey of Jessica Hennessy Weddings in … Read more

Bread Winner

One man’s backyard bakery in Scituate evolves from a passion project into a full-time business By Kelly Chase Photography by Kjeld Mahoney Photography At 3 a.m., the town of Scituate is still and dark. But there’s a light on inside a barn off of Country Way. Twice a week, before the sun comes up, ovens … Read more

Minding the Wage Gap

Two local women are making strides to increase gender parity in the workplace, both locally and around the world. Written by David Kindy “I’ve been blessed and lucky,” she said. “I’m fortunate that I am in a position where I can now help other people,” says Driscoll. “I want to help people find their passion … Read more

Beach Bound

If you’re planning on driving out on Duxbury Beach (or spending a day on one of the South Shore’s other sandy shores) you’ll need to pack appropriate gear. Here are some great items that will help make your beach excursion an enjoyable experience.  A stainless steel Rambler Wine Tumbler by Yeti is built for laid-back … Read more

Endless Summer

    Cohasset resident Kimberley Majury is an award-winning monoprint artist whose colorful pop art has appeared in more than 20 regional shows in New England. With a passion for mixed media and a crush on Andy Warhol, her works invite viewers to escape the everyday and find joy in an endless summer.  Majury studied … Read more

The Road To Wellness

What every runner should know about race prep and recovery Photography by Kjeld Mahoney From quiet forest trails to scenic seaside roads, the South Shore has no shortage of great places to run. Whether you’re a fan of the 5k or a dedicated marathoner, it’s important to take good care of your body before and … Read more

Seaside Attraction

Paragon Carousel preserves a piece of the past while bringing joy to new generations. By Noelle Barbosa  —  Photography by Jack Foley Overlooking the sandy shores of Nantasket Beach in Hull, Paragon Carousel is the ultimate summertime entertainment spot for young families. The vintage carousel is filled to the rafters with nostalgia. It was once … Read more

Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Being a mom is a wonderful but often exhausting job. These unique presents are guaranteed to make mothers feel loved and appreciated.

Growing for the Greater Good

Holly Hill Farm teaches teens the basics of sustainable agriculture—and the value of giving back.

Flower Power

A floral spectacle at Lucky Finn Café honors moms.

New England Village by Design

20 things you never knew about The Pinehills