April 16, 2013 by Mark
The world-renowned intuitive Jon Stetson will express to the residents of North Andover and surrounding communities exactly what is on their minds at his show this weekend.
‘The Stetson Experience’ offers up a unique style of telepathic entertainment with the talker’s exclusive type of humor, passion, and empathy. His compelling and animated presentations afford the audience an opportunity to explore first-hand, the microcosm of psychic phenomenon.
Stetson displayed an interest in the supernatural at a very young age and was fortunate enough to have studied with some of the most gifted and prolific clairvoyants in the industry. Stetson has performed for hundreds of audiences around the world, as well as for smaller gatherings and even private sessions comprised of two clients. He has been invited to the White House and has appeared on the A&E network. Further, Stetson is the primary consultant for ‘The Mentalist’—a CBS television series.
As is likely to be promoted through posted printing, the aim is for those in attendance to explore their inherent abilities during a relaxing and provocative evening. The entire audience will participate, and guests are likely to be surprised to discover their innate potential. No-one in attendance will remain as an observer.
Taking place on Saturday, April 20 and starting at 7:00 pm, the session will feature at Salvatore’s Riverwalk in the Function Room, located at 354 Merrimack Street in Lawrence — about a half hour from Newburyport. Tickets to the Dinner Show cost $45.00 and include the show and an Italian buffet prepared by the house chef. Tickets for just the show without the buffet dinner are $25.00.
March 9, 2013 by Mark
Each year in Newburyport, awards are presented to outstanding citizens in the community, those who truly stand out as an asset and role model to others, and those awards are on the way next week.
They cover five separate categories, the first of which is [Read more]
February 10, 2013 by James
In a weeklong, fun, and thought-provoking class, students will engage in the learning techniques of professional film acting and then will have the opportunity to view their recorded performances via TV monitor.
January 1, 2013 by James
The Historical Society of Old Newbury welcomed an early Christmas gift in December – as eight pastels were donated to the center.
The set of pastels was delivered by [Read more]
December 12, 2012 by James
A Newburyport woman is on the hunt for the family of someone who once owned a ring that is now nearly 80 years old and has been lost for an unknown number of years.
Diane Torpey of Newburyport found a [Read more]
November 18, 2012 by Mark
If the number of home sales continues to rise in Massachusetts, the value of local homes could soon gain some ground.
Sales figures released for the [Read more]
October 30, 2012 by Mark
With more demand for craft beer in the marketplace, The Newburyport Brewing Company has rallied investors around their new products with solid plans on tap to hit store shelves next year. This [Read more]
September 25, 2012 by James
August 17, 2012 by James
A new initiative to rid the Newburyport environment of unused fishing gear was launched by city officials last month.
Fishing for Energy originated in [Read more]
July 14, 2012 by Mark
The YWCA is expanding its care programs in Greater newburyport.
The space formerly occupied by Knoll Edge Preschool will [Read more]