The posts on this page are from a variety of Salem blogs and the views expressed are those of the individual blog author.

July 20th, 2010

How Trolley Guide Ron Olson Sees Salem

The Salem Trolley is one of the best ways to see Salem, especially if it’s your first visit. (I have been known to recommend trolley tours for first-time-visitors to any destination. If a trolley is available, take advantage of it!) The advantage of…

July 12th, 2010

How Roost & Beehive Owner Kate Leavy Sees Salem

Last October a new retail show on Front Street arrived , and much to our shopping delight we had lots of new options for holiday shopping. That shop, Roost: Urban Country Design turned many shoppers into Roosters, inspiring owners Kate and Jamie to op…

June 28th, 2010

How Conductor Dirk Hillyer Sees Salem

July Fourth in Salem is a fantastic celebration of all things patriotic. 2010 marks the eleventh year that Salem’s celebration of the Fourth will be led by Conductor Dirk Hillyer and the Hillyer Festival Orchestra on Derby Wharf at the Salem Maritime …

June 21st, 2010

How Phoebe Cole Sees Salem

One of the best ways to experience Salem and New England is from the water. One of the best ways to do that in Salem is aboard Mahi Mahi Cruises. Cruising out of Salem Willows, Mahi Mahi offers narrated tours of the harbors and coastline, thematic cr…

June 14th, 2010

How We See Salem: David Allen George, Artistic Director, Summer Theatre at Salem

This week we get to see Salem through the creative and dramatic eyes of David Allen George, who is a Professor of Theatre at Salem State College and the Artistic Director of Summer Theatre at Salem.David Allen George is starring in the Summer Theatre a…

June 7th, 2010

How we see Salem: Innkeeper John Brick

Salem has some great bed & breakfasts, including Stepping Stone Inn. Stepping Stone is located in the heart of downtown Salem, next to the Salem Witch Museum, across the street from Salem Common and the statue of Salem’s founder, Roger Conant, and …