Northshore Magazine (Digital)

Northshore Magazine (Digital) April 2021

For 20 years, Northshore magazine’s experienced editors, creatives, writers, and photographers have captured the region with its award-winning prose and design. The magazine offers sophisticated service journalism coupled with stunning photography. We report on desirable towns and neighborhoods, places to hike and bike along the coast, which doctors are first-rate, and which restaurants, shops, spas, salons, and services are the Best of the North Shore.

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2 min.
standing ovation

Bravo to the North Shore arts community in their efforts to keep us connected to museums, music, theatre, and dance during the past year! In this issue, writer and general manager of the North Shore Music Theatre Karen Nascembeni describes how so many creative organizations have continued to deliver art and culture to the region—even when concert halls, art galleries, and performance centers were shuttered. The imagination of our artists and directors truly deserves a standing ovation. My hat’s off to you all for taking one of the worst times in history and injecting into it something magical. For instance, The Cabot’s outdoor concerts at Hale Farm not only kept us entertained but also supported the nonprofit Root’s community meal mission. Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts created socially distanced opportunities for local organizations…

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01 WHERE TO EAT Looking for great curbside takeout? Let us give you some suggestions. 02 WHAT TO DO Check out enjoyable hikes and scenic spots on the North Shore. 03 WHERE TO SHOP Check out the best places to find the latest spring fashions and accessories. 04 16th Annual Best of the North Shore voting is open! Cast your ballot for your favorite steakhouse, new restaurant, ice cream shop, day spa, clothing store, and more. Results Will Be Announced in our August 2021 Northshore Edition! 05 June 8 • 1 p.m. shotgun start Northshore magazine’s charity golf tournament to benefit Ferncroft’s Junior Golf Scholarship program brings the North Shore together for a unique golfing experience that encompasses the best of the North Shore—fine food, great brews, top cigar brands, and incredible networking—at one of the most beautiful courses…

1 min.

NATALIE MASON / COVER, PAGE 82 / Award-winning stylist Natalie Mason has a celebrity clientele. Her work is published in Billboard Magazine and countless other publications nationally and internationally. She is also a public relations writer for platinum music producer and songwriter Jack Knight. LAURA NERO / PAGES 48, 50 / Laura Nero is a freelance stylist with Boston-based Anchor Artists. She specializes in prop and wardrobe stying for commercial, catalogs, and e-commerce. She also creates fashion and home editorials for magazines such as Northshore, Boston Home magazine and Boston magazine. ELISE SINAGRA / COVER, PAGE 82 / Elise Sinagra is a North Shore native and an award-winning, internationally published photographer. Her work can be seen in The EveryGirl’s Guide to Life, and The EveryGirl’s Guide to Fitness by Maria Menounos and at VICTORIA ABBOT…

3 min.
portable gourmet

Seared Ahi tuna, served with a subtle house-made sweet pepper relish, a dollop of fresh aioli, and crisp peppery watercress—sounds like something you’d enjoy at an upscale restaurant, right? But slide that onto a grilled ciabatta roll and suddenly it becomes a delicious sandwich, easily enjoyed at a socially distanced spring picnic. Called La Tu Na, this delightful dish, a complex mixture of flavors, textures, and temperatures, is the brainchild of Keenan Langlois, chef/owner at ChezCasa, a sliver of a sandwich shop in the Bridge Street Neck neighborhood of Salem. Through a combination of hard work and a bit of luck, Langlois has tapped into the zeitgeist of 2021, offering elevated food that’s easy to enjoy on the go: a mix of classic subs made with top-shelf ingredients and sophisticated takes…

3 min.
spring sips

There’s a certain skip in our step as the first shades of spring take hold, and everywhere a spectacle of color comes to life. The purple crocuses rise toward the sun; a burst of yellow that only daffodils and forsythia bring; verdant grass to quote John Updike, “the color of liquid green.” A panorama of coral, violet, and gold sweeps the sky. Beauty on the verge is April, a vision of hope and something we thirst for these days. What better accompaniment than rosé, a darling of the wine world, especially come spring, and a veritable chameleon at that. Rosé wines come in a kaleidoscope of colors, textures, and styles—running the gamut from dry to sweet to sparkling, and made all over the world with myriad grape varietals. Black grape varietals are…

3 min.
chef’s table

For Chef Jenn Hanley Knight, “home” has been a variety of places over the years, from the West Coast to Amsterdam to her North Shore hometown of Merrimac. No matter her zip code, cooking and baking have always been preferences of Knight’s. Like many things, it began as a hobby that evolved into a full-scale profession. It was a move to San Francisco for her husband’s career that helped open the door from part-time jobs in restaurants to life as a personal chef. Working in restaurants came with much excitement (and a lot of demands) and Knight wondered if there was a way to take all of her favorite parts of cooking and reinvent the way she was making meals for people. As she was contemplating this, life took Knight to…