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Ellen Llewellyn – New England’s Best Nominee

November 24, 2013 by

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The unique talents of Ellen Llewellyn are apparent to anyone that’s seen her work. As we considered which of the New England Fine Artists to nominate for Best Fine Artist of the Year, she was an instant consideration. As we have said in the past, we are extremely hesitant to reproduce artists works without their […]

Suzanne’s Mom’s Blog – New England’s Best nominee

November 24, 2013 by

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We are proud to announce Suzanne’s Mom’s Blog as a nominee for 2013’s Urban Award – Life in the Cities of the Coast of New England and Writer of the Year.  The topics are as diverse as Suzanne’s interests in the quote below, and not only does she treat every subject with respect, but she inspires interest in all of […]

“New England’s Best” Awards 2013

November 16, 2013 by

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This holiday season we will be spotlighting the nominees for this years best water blogs and best artists of our region. In the first week of the new year, we will name the 2013 winners. Bloggers will have four categories: The Water Award – Life on the Waters of New England The Shore Award – […]

Fall Has Fallen and Our Work Once Again Begins

November 7, 2013 by

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Well the summer tourist season has ended, and I hope everyone has enjoyed the vacation time and had a chance to get some exposure to the travelers visiting our shores. The summer hiatus of the Boston Harbor Picayune is coming to a close. As other commitments wane, and we turn back to our work and […]

Welcome Will and Great Conversation

August 21, 2013 by

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We’d like to welcome Will Crockan, the newest member of The Boston Harbor Picayune’s staff, as a contributing columnist. It’s really great to see Will talking with some of you in the comments of his first column article. The format of the Boston Harbor Picayune functions best when we all interact with each other as […]

Old Ironsides: USS Constitution Museum – “All hands on deck” exhibit

August 17, 2013 by

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Going to see the Constitution before going to eat lunch or dinner in the North End is one of my favorite weekend history outings. I probably go about once a year, and I always take a friend or two that has never gone. The Constitution was taken out for a spin a week or so […]

Art Advice from the Oracle

August 10, 2013 by

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Just a reminder to everyone that it’s the tax holiday weekend in Massachusetts. It’s a great time to get out there and stock up on some well needed supplies or buy that work you’ve had your eye on.  You can save a bit of cash as you help out the employees of these establishments. The […]