Northeast Sports Card Expo

The Northeast Sports Card Expo is expanding with a two-day show on Saturday, March 18 & Sunday, March 19, 2023 at the Marriott Boston Quincy! Featuring nearly 20,000 sq. feet of exhibition space with 80+ vendors, and 175 vendor tables, meet-and-greet autograph signings with sports legends, on-site card-grading services, raffles & much more, the Northeast … Read more

14th Annual Circle of Friends Gala

Friendship Home’s 14th Annual Circle of Friends Gala will be held on March 30 from 5:30-10:30 p.m. at Lombardo’s in Randolph, MA. Guests enjoy a lively cocktail hour, exciting silent and live auctions, and a chef-prepared three-course dinner followed by music and dancing. All of the proceeds from the night go to Friendship Home, which … 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

Support Local on Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement that aims to inspire individuals to give back to charitable causes in their community. It the perfect opportunity to make a donation to one of the amazing nonprofits on the South Shore. Here is a list of some of the local nonprofits making a difference in our community … Read more

Rediscovering the Art Complex Museum

ARt Complex museum

10 Reasons to visit Duxbury’s newly renovated cultural gem. Written by Judy Fosdick Photography by Jack Foley Looking for an enriching fall excursion?  Consider a trip to the Art Complex Museum (ACM). Nestled in the woods of Duxbury, this museum recently reopened following a two-year closure for renovations of its elegant building and surrounding grounds. … Read more

Jazz With Friends

South Shore Conservatory faculty artists Ed Sorrentino, percussion, Jeff Williams, piano, and Emily Browder Melville, voice, take center stage, joined by bassist Chris Rathbun and critically acclaimed jazz guitarist Gray Sargent, in a program that spans genres, with traditional jazz standards, selections from the Great American Songbook, Latin jazz, and blues. Guest artist Gray Sargent’s … Read more

Perfect Harmony – A Q+A with Guitarists Jon and Juli Finn

Husband-and-wife guitarists Jon and Juli Finn reveal how a shared passion for music brought them together and continues to inspire them each and every day. By Maria Allen Photography by Sam Haddix Photography Jon and Juli Finn are accomplished guitarists, singer/songwriters and recording artists who have graced the stages of prestigious concert venues around the … Read more

Gingerbread Man

By day, James Kukstis makes his living penning stories for Wicked Local, covering the Marshfield beat. In his off hours, however, he swaps his writer’s hat for a brightly colored knit beanie and fires up the oven at his Scituate home to pursue his other passion—baking. Known as Mr. Butterscotch, Kukstis operates a small-but-mighty side … Read more

Inside Hanover’s State-Of-The-Art Pickleball Facility

Looking for a new way to stay active this winter? You may want to consider trying your hand at the fastest-growing sport in America—pickleball. Often described as a hybrid of tennis, badminton and ping pong, pickleball has been around since 1965, but recently experienced a meteoric rise in popularity. Up until recently, there weren’t many … Read more

Chilly Walks at Daniel Webster

Photography enthusiast Jamie Bossart grew up in Marshfield and loves snapping pictures of the South Shore landscape. “Although I am not a photographer by trade, taking pictures is a huge passion of mine and I would love to do something with it someday,” says Bossart. “One of my favorite things is going for walks at … Read more