The Peabody Essex Museum has established itself well as a local port of call for contemporary art with its luscious, well-edited, and often-haunting Freeport series, and ongoing...
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The Salem Theatre Company may have just plunged into the sometimes-dark depths of the American family (and the American womb) by producing the black comedy Smudge, but just to...
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Does life by the picture-perfect sounds and bays of our homeland make you want to get in touch with your creative side? Or do you fancy getting to know some history through an...
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My walk through the immense prop storage space with the “Whizz” White is overwhelming.  A theater guy so devoted to his work, that his wife instructed his children...
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The Salem Farmer’s Market has settled into a lovely rhythm, running every Thursday all summer and right on through October, but just when you thought you knew what to expect...
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On June 18, 2011 the Redcoats stormed the City of Salem, MA. Re-enactors from Lexington, MA re-created the days leading up to the start of the revolutionary war. This British...
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