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June 21, 2021
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Salem Farmers’ Market Returns!

by Felicia Cheney
From Salem Main Streets The Salem Farmers’ Market will officially kick off its thirteenth season on Thursday, June 24 at the Bentley School parking lot (25 Memorial Drive). With over 20 returning vendors, the market will be held every Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. from June 24th through October 14th, 2021. “The Salem Farmers’ Market being able to continue at
June 21, 2021
December 8, 2020
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2020 in Photos: Strength and Community with Creative Collective

by joeyphoenix
It’s the beginning of a new decade and the end of year unlike anything most of us have ever experienced. But that hasn’t stopped small business owners, creative, makers, and community members from coming together to collaborate and care for one another. Here are some of the moments we were proud to be a part of. All photos are by
December 8, 2020
May 29, 2019
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Why Supporting Small Business Matters

by cns2020
by Joey Phoenix and Kylie Sullivan If you live on the North Shore and have access to the diversity of restaurants, retail, services, and experiences that these cities have to offer, it’s not difficult to imagine why it’s important to support small business in your community.  Supporting local small business is incredibly important for so many reasons: it feeds back
May 29, 2019
March 15, 2019
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Leave the Cabin: Make Art, Make Connections

by cns2020
By Joey Phoenix No one becomes an artist because they want to think about the business side of making art. They become artists to make art, but unfortunately, that isn’t enough. Making art and doing nothing else is how artists become starving artists. Which just isn’t as appealing as literature makes it out to be. Modern working artists who want
March 15, 2019