Arts & Culture
Cabin owners know the drill. Head up (or over) to the lake in springtime for opening, plant the garden beds and flower boxes, return home and hope for the best.
Tucked away 40 miles north of Venice, Italy, is the quaint fishing island of Burano, known for its brightly-colored painted homes. Legend has it that the homes were painted in bright pastel hues to help the fishermen find their ways home when the lagoon was blanketed in fog.
Whether I’m scrolling through social media or picking up a magazine, I am always drawn to the “best of” lists. Having those recommendations can make life a bit easier. Let me share with you my can’t-live-without home organizing products.
The best beach reads. Summer sizzling romance novels.
About 50 residents and staff participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s gathering at Trillium Woods. The Trillium Woods team raised more than $6,500 for the Alzheimer’s Association this year.
Primavera, Plymouth’s annual spring art exhibition, offers the public the opportunity to celebrate fine art from adults and students alike.
The recent pandemic has seeped, invaded, wormed—or use whatever egregious verb you choose—into so many facets of our lives—physical wellbeing, mental health, relationships and businesses.
By now, even the most fervent cooks have grown a bit weary as the holidays and high entertaining season begin to fade into the distance.