Along with the new season’s warmer temperatures comes the latest edition of Newburyport Magazine, which has started arriving in mailboxes and on local newsstands.
Inside are stories highlighting some of the people and places that make the region special. Features include:
Stars of the shore: Both collecting and getting acquainted with the sea creatures at Joppa Flats Education Center are educational and fun experiences.
Summer staple: Yankee Homecoming has been entertaining crowds in Newburyport since the 1950s, when it was started to boost the local economy.
Training with Tosh: After coaching soccer standouts at England’s Everton Academy, Tosh Farrell has brought his world-renowned methods to Amesbury.
Dishing out history: Fowles Market has been keeping the tradition of a small neighborhood store alive in Newburyport for more than a century.
A community effort: The Pentucket Arts Foundation’s public art project brings symbols of the three towns together in one sculpture.
All of this and more awaits in this issue. Here’s where to buy it:
The Daily News, 23 Liberty St.
Dick’s Variety, 29 Plum Island Blvd.
Jabberwocky Bookshop, 50 Water St.
Leary’s Fine Wines & Spirits, 202 Merrimac St.
Lynch Pharmacy, 173 High St.
New England Wine & Spirits, 155 State St.
Quilted Acorn Shoppe, Route 1
Richdale, 1 Pleasant St.
Warren Street Market and Deli, 226 Merrimac St.
Leary’s Fine Wines, Carriagetown Marketplace, Route 110
Have an idea for an upcoming edition? Contact editor-in-chief Ann Reily at 978-961-3154 or email@example.com.