STC'S 'Entangled' Takes Audiences Deep into the Woods

The New England premiere of 'Entangled' is Salem Theatre Company's latest offering, written by SSU alumnus Leah A. Miles and directed by the very charming and talented Nate Bertone. STC's relatively new space has been transformed in to a cabin in the woods, decorated with a balance of childhood knick-knacks and cubist birch trees that multiply in to the darkness. The set is truly spectacular and as you enter you are encouraged to explore, ensconce and set yourself up in seats that are within the kitchen, living room and bedroom of the house. 

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Nibbles,sips and bites - September round up by Ocotocog

Monthly round-up of the tidbits and morsels of the ever growing and changing culinary and beverage scene in and around Salem. Octocog is a food service social media and marketing ninja and has the pulse of the community AND the food and beverage industry. Featured this month.. In a Pigs Eye, Bambolina, Po Boys and Pies, Adea Mediterranean Kitchen, Rover Bagel, Granite Coast Brewing, Old Planters Brewing, Notch Brewing, Salem Food Truck Festival and more! 

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Unique Fusions and Classics Coming to the Salem Food Truck Festival

City leaders and event organizers eye potential future in community

By Keith Spencer

SALEM – Food trucks are the quintessential innovators and small businesses. They are quick to bring about flavors you’ve never considered from twists on classics to fusion creations. This unique blend of cuisine will be available for the first time to residents at The Salem Food Truck Festival on October 1 and 2.

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Karen Scalia: Exploring Salem’s History Through the Senses

Four years ago, Karen Scalia introduced Food Tours to Salem, MA, adding a delicious alternative to the ubiquitous ghost tours which occupy the streets of Witch City. Instead of discussing pointy hats and supernatural occurrences, Karen began to turn people’s minds towards the ocean, or more specifically, the Spice Trade, and the culinary and cultural impact it continues to have on Salem’s development. 

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