The ponds are still active with trout and a few nice-sized largemouth bass have been caught at Billington Sea. The stripers have arrived in big numbers and the mackerel are still around the Gurnet. If you catch a few mackerel, live line a couple for bass, and I’m sure you’ll get one, especially in the areas of Bug Light and Brown’s Bank.
Great novels inevitably find their way to the silver screen, and that’s the case with Henry James’ 1897 What Maisie Knew, now an inspired screen adaptation by the same name.
It conjures up images of dozens of white sails on an azure ocean, but flotilla is defined – for private craft – as a small fleet of vessels.
Aging. We all know it’s inevitable, but that doesn’t mean we have to like it.
In 1957, Joe Meaney was a 17-year old high school student who, as the winner of a national Boy’s Club competition, was offered the chance of a lifetime – to serve as cabin boy onboard the Mayflower II during her maiden voyage across the Atlantic to Plymouth.
The Americana Theatre Company, a Plymouth professional summer theatre, will perform J.B. Priestly’s An Inspector Calls, a suspense thriller, and Redeeming Love, adapted from the Francine Rivers bestseller, in July at The Spire, located at 25 1/2 Court St.
Explore a range of private homes in Plymouth, open to the public for a special one-day tour, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 15. This year’s Antiquarian Hearth & Home Tour includes an assortment of local gems, both historic and new.