In the Summer 2014 issue

Main Features:
Ending on a High Note: After three decades of summer jazz, Gene Arnould is bringing the annual series to a close.
Making Waves: Little Harbor Boathouse celebrates five years of kayak and paddleboarding programs, and a new venture makes it easier for kids to get involved in these popular sports.

Also featuring
It Happened Here: The GAR room on the top floor of the Old Town House is still dedicated to the town’s Civil War veterans.
Design: Rhod Sharp and Vicki Staveacre are just the last of many to call their stately Franklin Street house home.
Heritage: St. Michael’s Church’s 300th anniversary is as much about the people as it is about the church’s history.
Sports & Leisure: Marblehead’s Drumm twins have made names for themselves on Harvard’s sailing team.
Leaders: Bryan Peugh’s Baja Taco Truck makes some mean Mexican, according to Boston foodies.
Food: Restaurants share their favorite ingredients for that perfect picnic.
Found in Marblehead: Pack your basket: Here’s some picnic must-haves found right in town.