The Danvers Residence Inn hotel offers pet friendly extended stay accommodations for relocation & temporary housing. All suites have separate living space for sleeping, living & eating with a fully-equipped kitchen, fireplace, free Wi-Fi, cable TV with HBO & breakfast buffet.
Beverly Massachusetts is a city in the northeastern part of the state that was founded in 1626 and is one of the Commonwealth's oldest communities.
The first ship commissioned by the Navy sailed from Beverly Harbor and residents believe Beverly to be the birthplace of the United States Navy. The city has the distinction of being the location of the first cotton mill and the first Sunday school in the country.
Over the past 50 years the city has shifted from an industrial site with huge manufacturers to a bedroom community that is 85% residential and emphasizes its academic and cultural facilities.
Beverly is the home of private Endicott College and the public North Shore Community College as well as the site of the North Shore Music Theater that hosts Broadway productions and famous music acts. Some of the most historic families live on gracious estates in the northern section of the city.
Beverly also houses a first rate hospital, miles of beautiful beach, and a diverse population. It offers everything from rural to urban lifestyles and residents believe it is all anyone could want in a hometown.
The Misselwood Concours d’Elegance is one of the most scenic classic car events on the East Coast and takes place on the last weekend of July. Some of the world’s most unique and stunning car marques compete for the coveted Ervin “Bud” Lyon III Best of Show Award during a judged competition at the striking Misselwood Estate in Beverly, MA.
Saturday July 25 (free admission to spectators)
Tour d'Elegance: a 70 mile road trip through the winding roads of Cape Ann.
9:00am-10:30am - Cars on display in Newburyport (free admission)
11:30am-2:00pm - Cars on display at the Misselwood Estate (free admission)
New England Clambake Reception and Dinner
6pm - 10pm (tickets required)
Sunday July 26 (paid admission for spectators)
VIP ticket holders can access the field starting at 9:00am
General tickets holders can access the field starting at 10:00am
Fashion shows, musical entertainment, artexhibits, Sam Adams Bistro - throughout the day
Fancy Hat competition for all spectators
Award ceremony starts around 2:30pm
Proceeds of the event benefit student scholarships at Endicott College. This event is held rain or shine.
Tickets are non-refundable.
When: Jul 26, 2015 9 AM to Aug 23, 2015 4 PMin Beverly, Massachusetts Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Sun, 26 Jul 2015 09 )
Local classical guitar player Matthew Sowerby is already creating an impressive profile. Pursuing a strong interest in guitar literature and performance, Matthew studied with Professor Richard Schilling at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Matthew was selected by the university to participate in a master class with world-renowned guitar virtuouso Eliot Fisk and was the recipient of the Michael Anderson Memorial Scholarship and the Elin J. Stene Scholarship in Music.
At his performance at the Cabot, Matthew Sowersby will perform a unique presentation of minimalist composer Steve Reich's composition, Electric Counterpoint, in which Matthew performs multilayer parts captured on film alongside a live counterpoint on stage. This will be an inspiring utilization of the Cabot film projection and beautiful live music acoustics.
Note: after a processing fee and a $2.50 Cabot Revitalization Fee, the total cost for tickets will be $12 for Senior/Student/Child and $20 for Adults.
When: Mar 8, 2015 3 PM in Beverly, Massachusetts (Sun, 08 Mar 2015 15 )
Don’t miss Fridays in the Rose… each performance is designed to give audiences a taste of the sublime in just enough time to listen and grab a bite during lunch hour! This Friday, for the fi rst time, advanced students will join faculty in presenting highlights of the spring season, with pieces from their current repertoire in Broadway, classical, jazz and folk styles. Faculty and students will even perform side by side in this unique sharing of talent!
The public is welcome to attend Shore's new, state-of-the-art theater for this rousing rendition of a classical musical favorite, performed by Shore’s talented Upper School students. Reserved seating is available to the public for the following dates and times - please note each day's show begins at a different time: Thursday at 3:15pm Friday at 7pm, and Saturday at 6pm.
Music has always been in my family at some time or another. My Grandfather Murphy was in the music biz in New York. He had his own radio hour, was on the Rudy Vallee show and did recordings on the old 78's. That is him singing on the hidden track on The Beloved Few CD. The artwork on The Beloved Few CD has a photo taken at The Russian Tea Room in NYC with The Babe standing next to him blowing his trumpet. Yes, the real Babe Ruth! I started taking piano lessons at 8 years old. At 11 years old, I ended up onstage for my BIG debut at the Waltham Library rocking out "Frere Jacques." Offers poured in after that. In my early teen years I was a radio addict like everyone else but I was effected more by music than your usual kid. With all my older siblings in front of me, I was exposed to quite a bit of cool music before my time. This was the time I heard two artists that would end up molding me into the singer/songwriter I am today. These two very important artists were Elton John and Billy Joel, but I was also heavily influenced by Bad Company and Heart and have since had the privilege of opening up for Heart as well as The Beach Boys and Eddie Money. In the 1980's and 90's I hooked up with the wonderful producer/studio owner of Downtown Recorders, Mitch Bennoff. I recorded over a hundred original songs with Mitch as my mentor and friend. Mitch is currently a Berklee College of Music Professor. At that time I had entered several songs of my own in some national contests and won! I placed first in the Billboard Magazine Song Festival with my song "Kayleigh." Subsequently with David Stefanelli and The Beloved Few we won second place in the International John Lennon Songwriting contest with our song "Please Take Care," which is on our self titled debut CD The Beloved Few (available on CD baby). I worked playing piano bars, writing and recording. Many local and national radio and TV voice-over spots were offered to me, which meant money and some recognition so I took 'em all including "Chevy of America." At this point several songs that I co wrote with other artists were used on the TV shows Melrose Place, Pacific Heights, The Young And The Restless, All My Children and One Life to Live. I continued to work with different people in the studios of the greater Boston area. I worked with the late Brad Delp of the band Boston, Greg Hawkes and the late Ben Orr of The Cars, Keith Diamond of Billy Ocean fame and am currently writing for a new album with Robert Holmes formerly of the band Til Tuesday. In the 90's I formed a band with drummer David Stefanelli called The Beloved Few. Our debut CD was deemed CD pick of the week by the Boston Globe when it was released, sold several thousand copies and is still available on CD Baby. In the late 90's David went on to work with RTZ, Peter Wolf formerly of The J. Geils Band and most recently with Sully Erna of Godsmack. The Beloved Few still does gigs when we aren't busy with our other projects. After The Beloved Few, I picked up right where I left off pursuing my solo career, which included forming a band with Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Joel's former guitar player, David Brown. I continued, writing and performing gigs in the Northeast and met up with a very talented young drummer, Craig Tramack. We have gone on to do hundreds of shows and play together on a regular basis. I have also perform on a regular basis with legendary drummer Dave Mattacks, who has recorded with Elton John, Paul McCartney and numerous other famous artists. In December of 2012, I released my first solo full length CD called "Unveiled." Unveiled is my songs, my voice and my piano. From the edgy uptempo "Captain Indecisive" to the beautiful ballad "Maybe" to the bluesy "It Was Me," I think you will find this CD something you will listen to over and over again...at least that's what the 300 fan's that have purchased the CD so far tell me. Currently I'm writing new songs for the next CD, performing in New England to promote Unveiled and raising my son. Those of you who are parents know which is the toughest and most rewarding job. I've been living my life in the key of F# and that's just the verse...... I can't wait for the chorus.
March 7, 2015 marks the 21st year that Montserrat College of Art has hosted the 6th Congressional District High School Art Competition and Exhibition. The exhibit is a juried art show, open to high school students (grades 10-12) from public and private schools within the 6th Congressional District of Massachusetts, as well as high school students home-schooled within the district. Sponsored by Congressman Seth Moulton Hosted at Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA Exhibition: March 4 - 7, 2015 Reception: Sat., March 7, 3:30 - 5 pm 301 Gallery, 301 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA Drop Off Dates: Sat., Feb. 28 10 am - 2 pm Sun., March 1, 10 am - 2 pm 301 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA Closing Awards Event & Art Pick-Up: Please join us for the Closing Awards Event with Congressman Seth Moulton Saturday, March 7, 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. at Montserrat College of Art's 301 Cabot Street Gallery, Beverly. All participants must make arrangements to take their artwork with them at the conclusion of the closing awards event. The award winners will receive varying amounts of scholarship to Montserrat's Summer Pre-College Program and the U.S. Postal Service will provide students with the option of having their artwork displayed at their local post office. At the conclusion of the exhibition, the artwork of the Grand Award Winner will be sent to the U.S. Capitol Building where it will be displayed for one year with the work of other award winners from across the country. The winner from each district, accompanied by one adult, will be invited to attend the opening of that exhibition in Washington, D.C. to be scheduled for a date in June. Since 1982, more than 650,000 high school students around the nation have participated in the Congressional Art Competition. It is an opportunity for members of Congress to acknowledge the artistic talents of their young constituents and for the artwork of the district's most gifted students to be showcased on the national stage. Questions? Contact: Jo Broderick at Montserrat College of Art email@example.com 978.867.9613 http://www.montserrat.edu/news/HS_Congressional.php
The Misselwood Concours dElegance takes place on Boston's North Shore at the Misselwood Estate in Beverly MA. The spectacular oceanfront setting allows for one of the most scenic vistas on the East Coast. Both judged concours and unjudged collector cars welcome. The concours field is awarded with Best of Show, furthest distance to show, as well as 1st and 2nd place awards for best in class. Fashion show, fancy hat contest, music, art and beer/wine bistro make this a day out for everyone. Join us on Saturday, July 25th for a 70-mile Tour dElegance, ending with a champagne luncheon at the Misselwood Estate. Featured Marques for 2015: Jaguar & Mercedes-Benz.
When: Jul 26, 2015 9 AM in Beverly, Massachusetts Cost: $20 online, $25 at the door (Sun, 26 Jul 2015 09 )
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