In the Fall-Winter 2013 issue
- Main Features:
Getting in the Spirit: Annual Christmas Walk and Gingerbread Festival brings a little holiday magic to Marblehead
In the Beginning... ...There was fishing and shoemaking, and a new exhibit at the Marblehead Museum tells the whole story
Sister Cities: A labor of love revived the town’s twinning with the world's perfume capital
Surviving town’s ‘Big Dig’: Businesses hit hardest over the summer look forward to the holiday season
- Also featuring
It Happened Here: Witch hysteria didn’t stay in Salem — it happened in Marblehead, too.
Design: Sarah Herring left her New York life for her hometown — and its gorgeous harbor views.
Heritage: JOJ Frost preserved the town he loved with house paint on wooden boards.
Giving: Last Christmas hundreds of law enforcement personnel visited a sick boy in Virginia, but for the two Marblehead officers who went, the voyage still seems like yesterday.
Sports and Leisure: A tale of two hockey programs — and how they’re learning from each other.
Found in Marblehead: Holiday gifts for all, without even leaving town.