Northshore Magazine (Digital)

Northshore Magazine (Digital) October 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
5,25 €(IVA inc.)
8,76 €(IVA inc.)
10 Números

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2 min.
serving leaders

I think I say this every issue, but this one may be my favorite issue of the year. We call it our Movers & Shakers Issue, and each year, I am in awe of the leaders serving our communities in so many different ways, from healthcare professionals keeping us safe during the pandemic to scientists analyzing solutions to combat the threat of climate change to nonprofit organizations offering services for those in need to developers providing much-needed jobs in our towns. There are so many stories to tell about these serving leaders, and I am thrilled to share these stories with you in the following pages. We had the pleasure and good fortune to sit down with Dr. David Longworth, chair of Beth Israel Lahey Health Primary Care and president of…

2 min.
correspondence letters to the editor

Dear Nancy, What an honor for Uncommon Closet to receive the 2020 Editors’ Choice BONS Award for Best Consignment Shop! We are so appreciative of Northshore magazine’s endorsement and ongoing support, especially at this difficult time when so many non-profits are struggling. It’s hard to believe that in just a few years, our social enterprise Uncommon Closet has expanded, gone through a complete renovation, launched an online store, and become “the place” to shop to give back. Uncommon Closet is an essential piece of funding for Uncommon Threads, since proceeds from all sales support the program, giving low-income women tools to build self-esteem and self-worth in a dignified and respectful “boutique” environment. Uncommon Closet is a treasure trove for shoppers looking for new and gently worn designer clothes, shoes, and bags at…

1 min.
northshoremag.com connect with us online

01 WHERE TO EAT Looking for a spot for a great curbside takeout? Let us give you some suggestions. nshoremag.com/Dining-Guide/ 02 WHAT TO DO Check out some fall hikes and scenic spots on the North Shore. nshoremag.com 03 WHERE TO SHOP Check out the best places to find the latest cool-weather fashions and accessories. nshoremag.com/Fab-Finds/ 03 2020 BONS WEDDING VOTING IS OPEN! Vote for your favorite bridal boutique, wedding cake, photographer, jeweler, venue, and more! Voting ends October 15! Visit nshoremag.com/bons-wedding-2020/ 04 The Results Are In! Find out who won for best architect, interior designer, landscape architect, builder, and more! Results Are Announced in our Fall 2020 Northshore Home Edition and online at nshoremag.com/bons-2020/…

1 min.
contributors

ANTHONY TIEULI / PAGE 96/ Specializing in culinary and portrait photography, Anthony Tieuli’s work has appeared in many local and national publications. In real life, he is a dedicated father, husband, and long-distance runner. His work can be found at anthonytieuli.com. JEANNE O’BRIEN COFFEY / PAGES 16 & 96/ Jeanne O’Brien Coffey 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. DOUG LEVY / COVER, PAGE 104/ Doug Levy is a former Minor League Baseball umpire who turned to a career in photography. Levy’s photography work has taken him on helicopters over Boston, and inside some of the city’s largest companies. See his work…

3 min.
celebrating the north shore

Few places are more desirable than the North Shore in autumn. Golden sunlight and a cornucopia of fresh produce, fish, and meat—who could ask for anything more? Talise restaurant, a new spot in Gloucester named for the Native American word meaning “beautiful waters,” brings all that bounty together in a single delightful package. Chef Joshua Smith keeps the focus firmly on celebrating the best regional food, connecting with local fishmongers and farms before crafting his daily menu. Smith owns the peaceful waterfront spot clinging to the bank of the Annisquam River with his wife Ariel. Not surprisingly, the restaurant draws much inspiration from the sea. About three-quarters of the menu at any given time is likely to feature fish—perhaps a tartare of locally caught tuna hauled in from the F/V Lilly from…

7 min.
food on tap

If there’s one thing brewers on the North Shore can agree on during a pandemic, it’s this: Nothing goes better with a beer than a soft, warm pretzel. But the region’s brewers actually happen to agree on more than just what bar snacks pair best with beer, especially now that the COVID-19 outbreak has them all caught in the same impossible circumstances. Back in March, breweries across Massachusetts shuttered for the good of public safety and their employees. Then, in April, Governor Charlie Baker signed a bill permitting bars, breweries, and restaurants to sell beer and wine via pick-up or delivery, provided that food was included as part of the order; in June, he allowed establishments to reopen for outdoor service but required that food be prepared on site. As government…