Spent a nice breakfast at the Manchester Boys and Girls Club fundraiser at the Center of NH.
I was invited by our table Captains fellow Photographer Althea Haropulos and Graphic Designer Kal Roberge and with our table host Makia and Camila.
Wonderful morning for a great cause.
Another hidden haunt in the Merrimack Valley at Pizza King 29 Salem St. Lawrence MA with John Sapienza and his staff.
Shot for the Hidden Haunts II article by writer Christine Lewis in the March April issue of Merrimack Valley Magazine.
With over 50 years in the neighborhood making his gourmet pizzas and calzones.
You can even bring in your own toppings for a custom made pie.
The Round House in Lowell MA was one of those architectural curiosities and gems that I had always wanted to photograph.
Interior Designer Bob Roach graciously opened his doors to Merrimack Valley Magazine for the April Home issue and I had my chance.
Look for my cover shot and check out the article written by writer Nancye Tuttle in the latest issue of Merrimack Valley Home and learn more about it’s history and all the elements that make up this vintage beauty.
Shown here are Blossom Bronze Medal, Utopia Silver Medal and Jet’aime Silver Medal.
I got to shoot the wild mushroom pizza, kafta kabobs, fattoush salad, mushroom ravioli and the chocolate chip bread pudding with strawberries and whipped cream.
Owner Claude Elias couldn’t have been more gracious.
Authors Richard P. Howe Jr. and Chaim M. Rosenberg held a presentation and book signing to a packed house for the Legendary Locals of Lowell at the Lowell Pollard Memorial library this week. I have a particular interest in this history of my hometown as over 20 images of mine are used from views taken over the years. One particular Local on page 94 may catch your eye. My Father Ken Harkins (pictured here lower left) was noted for his community service to Lowell. Amongst his favorite charities RARA (Recreational Adult Resource Association) held a special place in his heart.
Within the walls of Gallagher and Cavanaugh law offices are over 70 works of art from Lowell and the Merrimack Valley.
Attorney Michael Gallagher shown here in the Cavanaugh Board room with artwork “Untitled” by artist Rex McManamy acrylic on canvas.
Look for more in the latest issue of Merrimack Valley Magazine.
Shooting in one of my old neighborhoods in Lowell at Good Thymes Family Restaurant with Chef and owner Jim Boutin.
Featuring his two favorite meals the crumb-crusted baked haddock and turkey dinner with all the fixings.
Check out the article in Merrimack Valley Magazine Hidden Haunts 2 by writer Christine Lewis.