From the Kitchen – Of Crack and Magic

This issue’s exclusive “view” was to be about a recent trip taken with friends named Finn, Wholey, Carney and Moynihan. (Can you guess where we went?) It was to focus on copious seafood, perfect salmon, brilliant fish ’n’ chips — oh, those chips — and lamb stew, and how mussels in Ireland are always local,… Read More

Sharing the Season

Tips for Interfaith Holiday Entertaining As December approaches each year, many interfaith couples find themselves filled with a mix of anticipation and trepidation. According to the Pew Research Center, almost four-in-10 Americans (39 percent) who have married since 2010 have a spouse who is in a different religious group. It can be a difficult transition… Read More

The Spirit of Giving

What does “holiday spirit” mean to a teen? By the time a child is in middle school or high school it is expected that they know the holidays aren’t only about gifts, glitzy decor and delicious food. Yet so much of what they see, hear and experience might suggest otherwise. How are children expected to reconcile… Read More

Homeport Model Ships

Discover a Unique and Relaxing Winter Hobby This Holiday Season Looking for a hobby to keep yourself, or your older kids, busy on long winter days when the wind howls, the snow blows, and you are trapped inside? Building remote controlled model warships from Homeport Model Ships in Lowell may be the solution, especially for… Read More

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