Travel:

To The Winter Woods

Reflections on Snowshoeing Late last winter, I was stoking the fire in the woodstove and listening. The wood was wet after a late-afternoon melting spell, and the sound it made was a nasal burr that was familiar from some other context that I could not place. I sat listening to it for a minute or… Read More

Sarah Courchesne

Travel Advisory: Maine in December

Most people wouldn’t think of visiting Maine in December. It’s cold, after all, and it gets dark about 4 p.m. Walking on the beach isn’t much fun when you’re wearing a parka, and in a lot of places many of the restaurants and shops are closed for the season. Personally, I think December is a… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost

Enchantment by the Sea – An Autumn Visit to Ipswich

Ipswich has always seemed an exotic and mysterious place to me, perhaps because I grew up south of Boston. Or maybe I spent too much time reading H.P. Lovecraft stories as a kid. (In my mind’s eye, Ipswich has always been the real-life stand-in for the fictional town of Innsmouth in Lovecraft’s 1936 horror story… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost
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2017 MVMA Winners – Play

Thousands of ballots have been cast, the results tabulated, and now we present the winners of the 2017 Merrimack Valley Magazine Awards. This spring, the top picks in all categories were chosen by our readers via our online voting platform. Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote and congratulations to all the… Read More

Doug Sparks
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