I am a mother of two that has decided what to be finally, so I have taken courses on freelance writing. I love to read and write, but I love walking with my two German Shorthaired Pointers, finding new restaurants and traveling.

Camping South Coast Massachusetts

Bourne Scenic Park

With summer in full swing, vacationers are enjoying their days at resorts, amusement parks, and beaches. The money saving population are staying in their backyards in what are known as “staycations”. The recession isn’t over and people are still hesitant to spend large sums of money on a vacation. I …

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A Trip to Blue Lotus Moon Holistic

Blue Lotus Moon Holistic

Massage therapy has come a long way over the years. In fact, there are places in every town making it convenient to receive one. They are mostly all same, but I found a place called Blue Lotus Moon Holistic that does it a bit differently. This isn’t your ordinary massage …

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South Coast Weekend Guide (4-6 Nov)

Trivia question of the week: Herman Melville sets sail from New Bedford harbor on a ship called? Last week’s answer is at the bottom of the article. Sunny skies are ahead for the weekend. New England weather can be unpredictable like last weekend so let’s enjoy this one. We were …

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South Coast Weekend Guide (28-30 Oct)

Trivia question of the week: Today we carve pumpkins for Halloween, what was used before the pumpkin? Last week’s answer is at the bottom of the article. Halloween is here!  There are many costume parties, haunted houses and events going on in New Bedford this weekend.  Warm weather has come …

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Saving Money with Coupons

In today’s economy everyone can use some extra cash.  Couponing is easy and is great way to save money.  Here are some useful tips: Getting coupons: The first step is to get as many coupons as you can.  Coupons come in the Sunday paper each week; those inserts have 88% …

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South Coast Weekend Guide (30 Sep – 2 Oct)

Trivia question: What’s the world’s largest fair that has been going on for over 200 years?  To find out the answer come back next week to the weekend guide. (Hint: Many cities have smaller versions of this fair.) Beautiful weather is ahead of us for the weekend.  It’s welcoming that …

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Sixth Annual New Bedford Chowder Festival

Chowder Festival New Bedford 2011

On September 18, 2011 from 12-5 PM at Custom House Square, Downtown New Bedford, Inc. will be presenting the sixth annual Chowder Festival. This is a fun filled day for the whole family to get outdoors and enjoy some of the best clam chowder, seafood chowder, kale soup, and stuffed …

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Tax Free Weekend in Massachusetts (13-14 August)

Get your wallets and credit cards ready because Massachusetts has brought back a tax-free weekend (August 13-14, 2011) for most sales in the state.  At one time the tax-free holiday was an annual event, but was stopped in 2009 due to state budget short-falls.  Despite heavy criticism, Governor Deval Patrick …

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A Trip to Fathom’s Bar and Grille

Fathom's Bar and Grille New Bedford MA

Overlooking New Bedford Harbor is Fathom’s Bar and Grille.  The location has a heated enclosed patio in the winter and for the warmer months it becomes an open patio with fresh sea breezes.  It is located at 255 Pope’s Island near the bridge offering a 60-foot floating dock for customers …

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Interview with Devon Barley

Devon Barley defeats Rebecca Loebe

Mattapoisett native, Devon Barley, took a chance, headed out for an audition to pursue his dream, singing. He landed a spot on the new show “The Voice”, hoping to make it all the way. The Voice, airing for the first time this year, with judges, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, …

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