Arts & Culture

History Marches On

They won’t be running to the front lines should the call for troops go out, though they are a formally chartered militia unit. They’ll…

For the Love of the Game

By the turn of the 20th century, baseball had long been established as America’s favorite summer pastime. In Hingham, it was just starting to…

Old Derby to Rise Again

By John Galluzzo Old buildings are like old friends. They’re there for us, through rain and snow, watching parades pass by, even dressing up…

Hometown Glory

Local photographers capture shots of Hingham in all its glory SUSAN HAGSTROM KEN BURG JEFF CUTLER

Plein Air Aplenty

The walls are alive with plein air paintings at Hingham’s South Street Gallery. By Jennifer H. McInerney | Photography by Jack Foley When architect…

Hingham Shipyard

By John Galluzzo Five brief years redefined a corner of Hingham, completely changing the historic perception of the area. Formerly the land of Arabian…

Watershed Moment

A local artist seizes a dream business opportunity By Jennifer H. McInerney | Photography By Derrick Zellmann Perhaps it was the dazzling Italian chandelier that…

Royals to Retrievers

By Laura DeSisto • Photography by Jack Foley Clients and their canines who arrive at Jann Tenenbaum’s home in Crow Point are whisked into a…