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The Pier At Harwich – Gastronomic Boutique Hotel Essex

So we’re back in Essex. One of my favourite gastronomic boutique hotel and restaurant groups – Milsom’s. The family owns and manages some gorgeous properties dotted throughout Essex and Suffolk. All are unique but each has one thing...
by Pregnant Citygirl on Aug 20, 2016

The Pier At Harwich – Gastronomic Boutique Hotel Essex

So we’re back in Essex. One of my favourite gastronomic boutique hotel and restaurant groups – Milsom’s. The family owns and manages some gorgeous properties dotted throughout Essex and Suffolk. All are unique but each has one thing...
by Pregnant Citygirl on Jul 26, 2016

Misplaced McIntire Pieces?

My title is a bit provocative: I am sure art historians know where the various extant pieces of Samuel McIntire’s urns, swags, mantles, etc.. wound up after they were removed from structures that were burning or razed or mistakenly modernized.
by streets of salem on Jun 29, 2016

Genealogical Houses

The practice and study of genealogy is supposed to be about people of course, but some of the genealogical tomes that I have consulted over the years seem to be almost as interested in houses, both family homesteads and the impressive residences of o...
by streets of salem on Jun 9, 2016

Ada Apa Dengan Post-Credits Scene X-Men: Apocalypse

Jangan dulu main keluar studio bioskop kalau kalian lagi liat film-film dari Marvel Comics, kenapa? Yap, selalu ada bonus credit scene karena adegan ini yang bikin penasaran kemana nantinya akan... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by DAILY WINGGA on May 29, 2016

Frankie Essex shows off fuller figure in sports bra and shorts

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by Celebrity gossip news on May 19, 2016

A Pair of Pears

I had a pear-oriented day yesterday. I was trying to work on the syllabus for my upcoming graduate course on Elizabethan England as well as the three-semester schedule for our department’s course offerings. Both are rather tedious tasks so I wa...
by streets of salem on May 12, 2016

A Pair of Pears

I had a pear-oriented day yesterday. I was trying to work on the syllabus for my upcoming graduate course on Elizabethan England as well as the three-semester schedule for our department’s course offerings. Both are rather tedious tasks so I wa...
by streets of salem on May 12, 2016

The Great Pretender: Sad Delusional Felon Bernard Kerik still thinks he's the NYPD Commissioner!

Usually felons, especially those still serving their punishment on U. S. Federal Probation (supervised release) are not permitted to own guns, possess guns, carry guns, be around guns, swear an official oath, be a cop, serve as a cop or even masquera...
by DoingTimeWithBernie.com on Apr 10, 2016

Colonial and Colonial Revival

Over the years I have encountered people who were opposed to historic districts for a variety of reasons, prominently property rights and the sense that such building restrictions created homogeneous “museum neighborhoods”. I appreciate b...
by streets of salem on Feb 26, 2016

Blowing the cobwebs off on the longest pier in the world

Southend is home to the longest pier in the world stretching out into the Thames estuary 1.34 miles, if you don’t fancy the walk along the pier then there is a train that travels up and down the pier transporting people to the ned and back. Sin...
by mumofthreeboys on Feb 18, 2016

Rainham Marshes RSPB Visit

Rainham Marshes RSPB Visit Having decided late last year to try and get out to a "proper" nature reserve once a month with the little ones (their words), today was to be our first outing of the year, our destination: Rainham Marshes RSPB...
by Views From An Urban Lake on Jan 24, 2016

Red Wedding Dresses Essex

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by Wedding Ku on Jan 23, 2016

A Shilling for Samuel

Today is the birthday of the man who literally made Golden Age Salem, expanding his woodcarving skills into architecture and interior decoration exemplifying the Federal style: Samuel McIntire (1757-1811). Frankly, I’m not sure Salem is McIntir...
by streets of salem on Jan 16, 2016

A Shilling for Samuel

Today is the birthday of the man who literally made Golden Age Salem, expanding his woodcarving skills into architecture and interior decoration exemplifying the Federal style: Samuel McIntire (1757-1811). Frankly, I’m not sure Salem is McIntir...
by streets of salem on Jan 16, 2016

Looking Forward to………

New Year’s Day is for taking down the Christmas Tree, lying around recovering from the night before, and making lists of things to do and see for the New Year. I have quite literally been in bed since Christmas with the most dreadful flu/cold I...
by streets of salem on Jan 1, 2016

Dancing towards Christmas

A week of events and grading: there is no why to make the latter look enticing or even interesting (though admittedly there is much less of it now that I’m chair, one of the few benefits of that position) so I’ll focus on the former. Over...
by streets of salem on Dec 20, 2015

Literary Tourism: Salem, Massachusetts

Salem is a town rich in literary and cultural history and a prime example of the beauty of the North Shore. Here’s what you need to know to plan your visit. (And here’s a handy dandy map marking all the … Continued The post Literary Tou...
by Book Riot on Dec 6, 2015

Small Business Salem

After a beautiful warm Thanksgiving week it was rather depressing to wake up to a cold, dark, and rainy Small Business Saturday here in Salem. We were playing football in what seemed like 70-degree weather yesterday up in Maine! I’m a big advoc...
by streets of salem on Nov 28, 2015

Calm Descends on Salem

It always takes me a few days to recover from Halloween here……two nights ago I had an all-too-vivid nightmare about a bacchanalian orgy in the Charter Street cemetery. But I woke up to a calm and beautiful day: Election Day, always a hope...
by streets of salem on Nov 4, 2015


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