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Local Hot Cocktails to Help Get You Through the New England Winter. My wife and I were visiting Florence for the first time, and we were enjoying the Italian city’s heady mix of art, history and shopping. Because it was a chilly autumn day, we slipped into the legendary Harry’s Bar and ordered a couple of… Read More

Dean Johnson

Wine Notes – Sauternes

During a business trip to Long Beach, Calif., I was invited by the owner of the company I was visiting to dine at his favorite French restaurant. At the beginning of the dessert course, the waiter brought over a half bottle of Sauternes. As he carefully poured the wine into small glasses, Eric, the small business… Read More

Steven Goddu

Eight Great Things to Do This Weekend – 12/15/16

ONE: The Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce encourages holiday shoppers to stop by Market Square from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday for their Holiday Invitation Night. Enjoy beautiful Christmas decorations and live entertainment by the Greater Newburyport Children’s Chorus and the Newburyport High School Students Band while you check off your list. TWO: The… Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli

When Lowell was Spaghettiville…

…and Wednesday was Spaghetti Day South Lowell’s Moore Street still spans the half-mile between Lawrence and Gorham streets, but it feels quieter now, emptier. These days, the neighborhood, like a lot of Lowell, is undergoing a revitalization and renewal, but change comes at a cost. Moore Street’s 20th century institutions are passing into history, and are… Read More

Ryan Owen
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