Sybil has nothing on me, Dave Rich or John Fogle. We have our reasonably orderly North Shore “civilian lives.” But mix in a passion for theatre, a very busy...
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Best selling author and brave visionary to receive Salem Award for Social Justice
Tickets sold in rock concert speed to see Greg Mortenson receive Salem’s own version of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice. The award...
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Interview: A new album, a New York show and content with life is Courtney Linehan, frontman for The Willows
Watching from the windows of Bleachers Club in downtown Salem because he was too young to get in, Courtney Linehan would gaze upon the Vic Morrows Band and let the sheer joy of a...
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SALEM Ellen Fitzpatrick – “Letters to Jackie”: Peabody Essex Museum Sunday, May 2 at 3PM Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline...
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The story of a city called Gloucester is wrapped up in a quilt 17 feet long. The quilt consists of 100 squares of fabric depicting self-portraits of the characters that make...
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Late in life erotic memoir creates a stir
As a young, red-headed writer, Rae Francoeur ran a bookstore in Derry, New Hampshire when The Joy of Sex was first published in 1972. Fully illustrated with long-haired hippies,...
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