2nd Annual Get to Greenbush Festival

Visit Scituate’s Greenbush neighborhood for their 2nd annual Get to Greenbush event! Visit dozens of local businesses on Saturday, May 4th for live music, craft beer, sidewalk sales, kids activities, artisan makers, cooking demos, open house events and more! Park at the MBTA Greenbush Commuter Rail and walk the block to experience all that Greenbush … Read more

OPEN HOUSE at Inly School

There’s something special going on at Inly School. Discover why Inly was voted Best Elementary School for two years in a row by attending their winter Open House.   PreK to Grade 8 Admission Open House Tuesday, January 9 at 9:00 AM You’ll get to see classrooms in action and talk with teachers, administrators and … Read more

Emerald Inspiration

A cohesive combination of custom carpentry, vibrant colors and natural textures elevates the character of a Scituate family’s new home. By Jennifer H. McInerney Photos by Liz McCarthy A few years ago, Scituate residents Kristin and Doug Lane decided to sell their coastal home on First Cliff and relocate to a modern farmhouse in a … Read more

Dining Delights

Winter is a great time to visit the South Shore’s hottest new restaurants. We recently checked out 10 new dining spots you won’t want to miss. Written by Kellie Speed The Winsor House at Island Creek Oyster Farm  390 Washington St., Duxbury  781-934-0991  winsorhouse.islandcreekoysters.com TEAM: Island Creek Oysters owner Skip Bennett made Duxbury synonymous with … Read more

Cattivo

A South Shore boutique specializes in youthful fashions for the whimsical, wicked and wild. Text and photography by Kate Rogan of Ellie Finn Photography Model: Emma Sullivan “Fashion,” says Mary Marathas, owner of Cattivo, “is a way of speaking without saying a word.” For the Chicago native, whose first job at 16 was working as an assistant … Read more

Riverfront Revolution

A Norwell home gets a first-floor update. By Jennifer Sperry, Photography by Derrick Zellmann Gordon and Annellen Pulsifer have owned their Norwell property on the North River since 1999. “We knew right away it was a special place, with water views from every room,” explains Gordon. Over the years, while raising their two sons, they updated … Read more

Convenience Meets Community at General Stores

Offering a little something for everyone, hometown general stores continue to thrive on the South Shore. Written by Brendan Martin Coyne  Photography by Jack Foley For centuries, general stores have been at the heart of many small New England towns, including here on the South Shore. These businesses provided whatever staples and provisions the locals … Read more

Hydrangea How-To

One of the showiest and ubiquitous of summertime blooms, hydrangeas are a popular choice for South Shore residents looking to add a pop of color to their yard. Here are a few tips from local master gardeners for keeping hydrangeas happy and cultivating bountiful blooms.   Consider Color “Hydrangeas have the widest range of colors … Read more

Keeping Things Rolling at Funtastics

By Jennifer H. McInerney – Photography by Jack Foley Patti Miller, the founder of Funtastics in North Scituate Village, remembers vividly (and fondly) the very first child who signed up for her gymnastics program in 1987—a 3-year-old girl named Siobhan. Fast-forward 33 years: Siobhan Karlberg now sits behind the Funtastics reception desk reminiscing with Miller about … Read more

Stay Golden

A Scituate entrepreneur’s stylish lifestyle brand is an ode to New England. Story and Photography by Kate Rogan Scituate resident Robbin Mangano is a natural storyteller. Whether bringing a client’s story to life via her public relations and social media marketing company, Wave Collective, or documenting her life on the South Shore to her more … Read more