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From the gates of Cape Cod, toughing out a nor’easter, maneuvering Boston traffic, cutting a path through the mountains of Vermont, and navigating the twisting, winding backroads of New Hampshire—after 600 miles, the Buick Regal TourX crossover has the right to claim “world-class” status.
Up for a journey?
The following is a story about the interaction between a car, its driver, and passengers.
It details experiences—first-hand—by those who act, rather than stand by and watch life pass by.
“Piney Point: not just a place to live or a tract of land, but a whole way of life."
—Title from the cover of the original sales brochure for the development of Piney Point, Marion, Massachusetts, c.1938
In 1936, Roger W. Converse, a name which over time has become synonymous with the town of Marion, decided that a wooded area abutting Wings Cove—offering views and access to the Cape Cod Canal entrance and Falmouth—would be a marvelous place to attract families who desired the best life had to offer.
A Journey to the Hearthside House Museum Lincoln, Rhode Island
In or around the turn of the 19th century, a Quaker by the name of Stephen Hopkins Smith lived along a dirt path known as Great Road.
His interests varied, but one curiosity he indulged was his fascination for a “young socialite” from Providence.
Rhode Island Artist Has Found His Place in History
Whether he is exhibiting on Federal Hill’s Gallery Z in Providence, painting a landmark from his studio in the historic Fleur-de-Lys building (at the Providence Art Club), or touring the East Side eyeing his next project, artist Anthony Tomaselli is perhaps the most well-known painter of light as it rises and sets on the biggest little city in the nation.
Lello Molinari continues his inspired exploration of Italian music and culture with a new recording, entitled Lello’s Italian Job, Volume 2.
While he had planned to introduce his new sound with a CD release concert on Tuesday, March 13 at The Regattabar, a fierce nor’easter hit Boston and just about everywhere else, causing the show to be canceled and rescheduled for Tuesday, May 1 at 7:30 p.m.
Southeastern Massachusetts’ Boivin Center for French Language and Culture Presents, “The Art of Bread Baking”
Before we begin, “Who doesn’t love freshly baked bread?”
Apparently, it’s a rhetorical question because, throughout time, man (and woman) has searched far and wide for the mysterious secrets baked into loaves by the most skilled and trained chefs over generations.
Discovering intermittent fasting and time-restricted eating
Since BBC journalist and TV doctor Michael Mosley’s Horizon: Eat, Fast and Live Longer aired in 2012, there has been growing interest in what’s called intermittent fasting, or IF.
With tax season in full swing, take time to consider how to get the most out of your tax return, which includes finding all the credits and deductions available to you. While many taxpayers claim standard deductions, such as home mortgage interest and self-employment expenses, there are additional tax deductions that can lessen your final tax bill or increase your refund. These often-overlooked tax breaks could potentially save you hundreds—maybe even thousands—of dollars if you itemize deductions.
The past hour has been stained by worry, the discomfort of stress, or a throb of a headache or a bumped elbow; pain and suffering are a part of our daily life experience.
We don’t escape pain, though sometimes we may avoid or delay it.
Designer Jessie Liu is from San Francisco.
She is part of the Art Hearts Fashion group and holds the honor of closing out the opening night during New York Fashion Week for the Spring and Summer collections for 2018 style and look.