The 2018 Salem Comedy & Spirits Festival is set for Thursday January 11th – Saturday January 13th. The three-day festival features over 15 comedians at a variety of popular Salem venues. The Festival celebrates the craft of comedy, both for the audience as well as for the seasoned comedians performing each night. “We’re excited to continue the Festival for Salem” says festival producer and comedian Mark Scalia.
Photobooth photos from the last PEM PM at Peabody Essex Museum. Salem Photos – December 2017
Notch Brewery & Tap Room 283 Derby Street Salem, MA 01970 10:00 PM What better way to end 2017 than with a nice easy run with friends? We’ll meet at the Tap Room just before 10pm and run the usual 5k route. Then it’s fresh ale and lager until 2018! This run is intended to [….]
I recently had a special opportunity to visit the kitchen space in which Salem’s great Quinton Oliver Jones (1903-1999) created his fantastical paintings.
Racket Shreve, a local artist is known for his illustrations and distinguished artwork. Maritime themes are one of his specialties.
Performance one night only. When: Friday, December 15, 2017 Time: 8:00pm-9:00pm Tickets: $25 (in advance or at the door) Where: Grace Episcopal Church, 385 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970 By David Jonathan Lavin Ebeneezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and the ghost of Jacob Marley are soon to come alive in Salem, as the Hudson [….]
Salem Arts is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, and to mark this milestone, they will be hosting a gala & fundraiser on Nov. 11, from 8-11pm at Bolles Hall, located at the Bridge at 211, 211 Bridge St., Salem.
Our vision is to create a world class urban arts district in Salem’s Point Neighborhood, one that embraces its rich immigrant and architectural history and present a dynamic opportunity for the neighborhood’s future.
Oktoberfest celebrations in Salem kicked off this past weekend with an overwhelmingly successful event at Notch Brewing. Giant tents, delicious cuisine, communal tables, games, traditional music and merriment were all in abundance as a new tradition in Salem has come to life on the South Harbor.
Over the summer Creative Salem partnered with the City of Salem, Salem Parks and Recreation and Retonica Event Lighting to host a series of “pop up” drive ins on the old Coast Guard Hangar at Winter Island in Salem MA. Here are a few highlights of the final August event in which we showed Raiders of the Lost Ark!
[prohst] Die nächste Runde zahlen Sie! #Lederhosen Join us for Oktoberfest a la Gulu! German and German-style bier! Bratwurst! Bobbing for apples! Pie (eating?) contest. Games! Swag! More details to come! Comments comments It’s happening, The Notch Oktoberfest. Expect liter pours, specially brewed lagers, German food from our pals at Karl’s Sausage Kitchen & European [….]
SALEM, MA – Salem State dance faculty Meghan McLyman, Betsy Miller and James Morrow present and perform an evening of original choreography on Saturday, September 16 in the Sophia Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts. They are joined by guest artists, the Caitlin Corbett Dance Company and Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion. This concert is a “Salem Night at the Sophia”, with free admission for residents of Salem.
By Brina David Every Friday night, from September 29 through October 27, 2017, in historic Pioneer Village, audiences will be treated to the latest in immersive theater experiences in a show that blends magic, horror and the audience’s input to create a different outcome every time. Daemonologie tests not only the audience’s wits, but their [….]
The Bridgin’ Gaps festival is an entertaining and educational platform for the local community to gather and celebrate the arts and the work of local organizations that are making an impact in the community.
The Annual Fireman’s Muster is a free event featuring hand pumped fire engines built in the 1800s competing to see which crew can throw the longest stream.