Northshore Magazine (Digital) May 2020

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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País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
RMS Media Group, Inc.
Periodicidad:
Monthly
5,27 €(IVA inc.)
8,80 €(IVA inc.)
10 Números

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3 min.
a community of hope

“If it were not for hope, the heart would break.”—Thomas Fuller These words were written more than 400 years ago, but they could not ring truer today. We are all living though something so unprecedented—each day changes the course that our community and our country must take in order to fight a disease that is taking the lives of so many around the world. And as much as I miss visiting with my friends and family—my beautiful one-year-old niece, Shea, and her big brother, John; my sister, Patty, who has been hospitalized for two weeks with no visitors allowed; my dear friends Victoria and Abigail, attending Andover High School remotely—there are those in our community whose struggles have been so much more difficult, and permanent, than ours. It was just last week that…

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2 min.
correspondence letters to the editor

Dear Northshore, I just read Jennifer Sperry’s article of the Middleton project in the spring edition of Northshore Home, nice job! Chloe Rideout, Cummings Architects Dear Northshore, Please renew my subscription and keep up the good work! William G. Sirois Dear Northshore, Even though I left the North Shore, I still want your beautiful magazine delivered. Joanne Antonelli Good morning Nancy, Just received the spring Home issue and can’t thank you enough for all the great coverage! It is a much needed bright spot for our clients. Thanks again for all you do. Joanne DiFrancesco Thank you! I wanted to share that seeing the new issue of Northshore Home was a truly bright spot of my week. In fact, it was a real gift for everyone at Carpenter & MacNeille to see our work celebrated in this way. Everyone is feeling the anxiety of…

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1 min.
northshoremag.com connect with us online

01 WHERE TO EAT Looking for a spot for a great curbside take-out? Let us give you some suggestions. nshoremag.com/Dining-Guide/ 02 WHAT TO DO Check out some great hikes and scenic spots on the North Shore. nshoremag.com 03 WHERE TO SHOP There lots of ways to support our local boutiques by shopping online. nshoremag.com/Fab-Finds/ 04 Best of the North Shore Home Voting Opens June 1! Cast your ballot for your favorite architect, interior designer, landscape architect, builder, and more! Results Will Be Announced in our Fall 2020 Northshore Home Edition! nshoremag.com/bons-2020/ 05 Tuesday, September 15 • 1 p.m. Shotgun start • 6 p.m. Deck Party Northshore magazine’s charity golf tournament to benefit Ferncroft’s Junior Golf Scholorship 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…

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1 min.
contributors

LAUREN TORLONE MAHONEY PAGE 42 Lauren Torlone Mahoney is a media consultant, adjunct journalism professor, and writer. She spent a decade working for national broadcast news networks CNN, Fox News, and C-SPAN. She is also a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. JEANNE O’BRIEN COFFEY PAGES 14, 46 Jeanne O’Brien Co.ey has been freelancing for more than 10 years, covering everything from hot New York restaurants for the Zagat guide to top luxury travel spots for ForbesLife. She is Northshore magazine’s food editor and travels the region test tasting chefs newest dishes. ELISE SINAGRA PAGE 46 Elise Sinagra is a North Shore native and an award-winning, internationally published photographer based in Beverly. More of her work can be seen on the New York Times Best Sellers list, The EveryGirl’s Guide to Life and The…

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3 min.
top knots

Eastern Standard Provisions was born on a Red Sox Opening Day, a day when thoughts turn almost as naturally to pretzels as they do to beer and baseball. As drinks flowed and snacks were savored, an idea—making high-quality pretzels that are a legitimate partner to the craft beer movement—coalesced into a company. “This didn’t happen in a boardroom somewhere,” says Garrett Harker, co-founder of Eastern Standard Provisions. “This idea was born in the shadow of Fenway Park.” Perhaps that’s why the pretzels are so good—even Oprah Winfrey is a fan. She named the company’s chewy, pillowy bread creations one of her favorite things in 2019, a mere six months after the company rolled its first knots out to customers. The accolades come as no surprise to those of us on the North Shore.…

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3 min.
spanish sips

Ernest Hemingway had a lifelong affection for Spain—for the way of life, the people, and the landscape. In one of his early short stories, Wine of Wyoming, he wrote: “We were through the town and out on the smooth road beyond, with the stubble of grain-fields on each side and the mountains off to the right. It looked like Spain, but it was Wyoming.” Flying into Valencia en route to the small southeastern Spanish wine region of Utiel-Requena, the earth is an endless stretch of terra cotta–colored clay soils studded with row after row of gnarled old bush vines. Protective in the distance, snow-covered mountain ranges rise with impeccable posture, and provide an elegant juxtaposition with the rustic simplicity of the flatlands and the occasional low-lying plateau below. It is a…

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