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Powerfully Petite

Local interior designers embrace dramatic patterns and colors to create memorable powder rooms. Written by Noelle Barbosa Powder rooms have long been a playground for interior designers. From vibrant wallpaper and bold paint colors to stylish lighting and accessories, these pocket-size spaces allow for limitless creativity and maximum drama. Here are a few South Shore … Read more

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Casting Call for Homeowner

Do you have an antique or historical colonial home in need of renovating? Does your home have a unique colonial story or cool history? Do you love your home’s old charm but would love to see it restored and preserved to its original form? High Noon Entertainment is casting homeowners within the South Shore area … Read more

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Outdoor Living By Design

Warmer weather is on the way, which means more opportunities to spend time outside. For this article, we asked local landscape and home design experts to share helpful advice for creating inviting outdoor living spaces. From state-of-the-art outdoor kitchens and pools to the best plants, natural stone and furnishings for a chic patio, deck or terrace, these … Read more

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The Oyster Bag

By Maria Allen The ultimate summertime tote has arrived, thanks to the ingenuity of oyster farmer Brooke Lovett, manager of Rocky Nook Oyster Farm in Kingston. Made from durable aquaculture materials, The Oyster Bag is both stylish and sustainable. “Everything that goes into making the bags is used on our farm, from the mesh we use … Read more

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By Maria Allen Photography by Jules Ko Photography There’s nothing quite like biting into an authentic French croissant. The pastry is light and buttery and the flaky layers give way with a delicate crunch. Made from surprisingly few ingredients—water, yeast, butter and sugar—croissants are a baked good that requires great skill and dedication to master. … Read more

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Sweet Dreams

11 Hot Spots to enjoy cool treats on the South Shore by Gabrielle Martin Dairy Twist Known for their generous servings, great prices, and wide selection of hard and soft-serve flavors, this Pembroke staple was voted “Best of the South Shore” this year, by readers of South Shore Home, Life & Style! Dairy Twist has been family … Read more

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Three V

Creative cuisine is served up in style at this hip eatery located within a turn-of-the-century factory building. Written by Maria Allen Photography by Derrick Zellmann Situated on the north side of Plymouth, inside the historic Cordage Commerce Center, Three V is a relative newcomer to Plymouth’s dining scene—but it has already established a local following. … Read more

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South Shore Conference for Women

Better Together: She’s Local launches the first annual South Shore Conference for Women

After driving from her home on Cape Cod to attend the sold-out She’s Local MetroWest Conference for Women last year, Michelle Woodbrey, CEO of 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors, felt both inspired and motivated. Marching up to the event’s organizer, She’s Local President Jen Maseda, Woodbrey shook her hand and said, “We need a conference like … Read more

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The Petal Peddler’s Shop

A local artist transforms antique book pages, maps and sheet music into one-of-a-kind flowers.

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Another Crossing

Artisans from both sides of the Atlantic come together to create works inspired by the Mayflower voyage. Written by Lisa Cavanaugh Michelle Erickson Ceramist Michelle Erickson is a scholar and celebrated ceramist whose work involves deep research into historical techniques. This interest was sparked early on by her exposure to Native American, Asian, British, and … Read more

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Hometown Heroes

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused hardship for people around the world, including here on the South Shore, but it is heartwarming to know that there are individuals and organizations working tirelessly to help our community rise and thrive during this difficult time. We recently teamed up with the South Shore Chamber of Commerce to recognize … Read more

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Telling the Native Story

Kerri Helme helps preserve Wampanoag culture at Plimoth Plantation and beyond. By Lannan M. O’BrienPortrait photography by Julia Cumes Many people have heard the story of the English colonists’ journey to Plymouth in 1620 and their first interactions with the Wampanoag people. But too often, the portrayal of native history barely scratches the surface. Known … Read more

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