History Alive Inc., the Salem Cultural Council, the Lynn Cultural Council, and the Hamilton Cultural Council proudly present: This is Not a Bill

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Written by Alexia RoweDirected by Kristina Wacome Stevick This is Not a Bill is an immersive, traveling play about Salem’s involvement in the Underground Railroad in the mid-19th century; this new piece is set to premiere in downtown Salem on July 20-21 and August 17-18. Tickets at $18 and will go on sale at https://thisisnotabill.bpt.me/ [….]

Hawthorne Memorialized

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by Alyssa Conary, Originally Published on Historic Salem, Inc.  “Old and young, we dream of graves and monuments“ – from “The Ambitious Guest” Historic Salem, Inc. is excited to celebrate Nathaniel Hawthorne in recognition of the 350th anniversary of The House of the Seven Gables on this year’s Christmas in Salem house tour, A Very Hawthorne Holiday. While [….]

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Photo Gallery – Christmas in Salem 2016

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37th Annual Christmas in Salem House Tour Few communities have the rich legacy of historic houses that Salem, Massachusetts boasts. These homes, spanning four centuries, help define the character as well as the appearance of the city, and every year some of their owners invite visitors in to view their homes decked out in full [….]

FYI Salem Podcast – Christmas in Salem

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Via Salem.com Tune in for the twice-monthly podcast version of FYI Salem! Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll interviews city officials, community leaders, notable residents, and more, and provides a brief update on the latest news and information from the City of Salem, from inside City Hall and across the community. In this episode, Mayor Driscoll talks [….]

2016 CHRISTMAS IN SALEM TO ADD VENDORS ALONG THE COMMON

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[cs_content][cs_section parallax=”false” style=”margin: 0px;padding: 45px 0px 0px;”][cs_row inner_container=”true” marginless_columns=”false” style=”margin: 0px auto;padding: 0px;”][cs_column fade=”false” fade_animation=”in” fade_animation_offset=”45px” fade_duration=”750″ type=”1/1″ style=”padding: 0px;”][cs_text] SALEM, MA—Historic Salem, Inc.’s (HSI) Christmas in Salem, thought to be the nation’s longest running holiday house tour, invites visitors to tour historic homes in the Salem Common neighborhood from December 2–4, 2016. In 2016, [….]

Reflections on the Christmas in Salem House Tours by Keith Spencer

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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); By Keith Spencer SALEM – The holiday spirit was alive and well as the 36th Annual Christmas in Salem Holiday House Tour returned to the McIntire District earlier this month. The celebration revisited one of Salem’s grandest neighborhoods through the lens of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” and a dozen [….]

2015 CHRISTMAS IN SALEM HOUSE TOUR SCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER 4-6

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2015 CHRISTMAS IN SALEM HOUSE TOUR SCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER 4-6 All Images by John Andrews/Social Palates for Creative Salem Christmas in Salem, thought to be the nation’s longest running holiday house tour, invites visitors to tour 12 homes in Salem’s historic McIntire District from December 4-6, 2015. Homes will be beautifully decorated for the holiday [….]

Unleash Your Inner Mid/Mod Party Persona

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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Unleash Your Inner Mid/Mod Party Persona SALEM, MA–Travel back to 1965 to celebrate all things mid-century modern as Historic Salem, Inc. hosts Mid/Mid–The Party on Saturday, September 26 at Ames Hall. Mid/Mod, which captures the free-wheeling spirit of 1965, will have it all from Thinkin’ Big, an 18-piece band, to themed-cocktails [….]

PEM HOSTS SYMPOSIUM ON HISTORIC PRESERVATION TRAILBLAZER ADA LOUISE HUXTABLE

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Mightier Than a Wrecking Ball: How Ada Louise Huxtable Saved SalemFriday, September 25 | 1:30 to 5 pm Reception to follow SALEM, MA – The Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) hosts a Historic Salem Inc. symposium on Friday, September 25, featuring prominent architecture critics, historians and experts to celebrate the legacy of The New York Timesarchitecture critic Ada [….]