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Best of the South Shore 2012

Every town has a unique shop, restaurant or service that all the locals love. Judging by the record-breaking number of readers who went online to cast their votes in this year’s annual Best of the South Shore Awards survey, there’s never been a better time to pick favorites. The following pages honor the top scoring businesses in each category and our Editors’ Picks spotlight a few hidden gems we’ve discovered while driving the main streets and back roads of the South Shore. Congratulations to all our winners and keep up the good work!

Weymouth
Best Do or Die Dog: Windy City Eats
Park it at this local hot dog shack and you’ll get all the classic “windy city” flavors without having to hop a plane to Chicago to satisfy your dog craving. For the past four-and-a-half years, husband and wife duo Grady (who grew up on the north side of Chicago) and Sen Carlson have been busy in the back kitchen of their hole-in-the-wall corner eatery, cooking and assembling hundreds of Chicago dogs each day for a loyal following. Each Vienna beef dog (which has no fillers and is the reason why the dogs are so juicy) is imported straight from Chicago, along with the poppy seed bun and all the traditional fixings: mustard, relish (the special nuclear green colored stuff), onion, tomato, pickle, sport peppers and celery salt. A rule in Chicago—and one here too—this puppy doesn’t call for ketchup, just fresh, bold flavors. But don’t worry, you can go crazy with the tomato based condiment on one of the 30 other hot dog options including a jalapeno cheddar dog, Brazilian dog, spicy corn dog, chili cheese dog, or a Polish dog with onions and sauerkraut. Besides the great flavors, the warm welcome you’ll receive from the couple in charge tops off the entire friendly neighborhood food experience.

Kingston
Best Snacks for Sharing: Cravings Café
Hand-cut and double fried, the crispy pomme frites prepared at Cravings Café put run-of-the-mill French fries to shame. These sinfully addicting potato strips are cut thin and generously heaped inside a cone shaped metal basket so there’s always plenty to go around. The salty snacks are perfect when paired with a specialty sandwich or artisan pizza from the menu at the company’s flagship café in Kingston (as well its sister location in Marshfield) and are a staple at the inviting neighborhood café. The flavor of the pomme frites can be further enhanced with a choice of savory sauces. In lieu of ordinary ketchup, customers are invited to dip the fries into a bit of garlic mayo, Parmesan peppercorn, blue cheese or honey mustard sauce. The robust and earthy taste of these golden brown beauties is enough to give even a health food fanatic a case of the munchies.

Hull
Best Place to Touch History: Paragon Carousel
Carousels often carry a sense of nostalgia, and this particular classic carnival accessory offers more than just a memorable ride. On the main stretch of Nantasket Avenue and in the heart of where the historic Paragon Park once stood, there rests the 1928 Paragon Carousel. Its dream-like body is still sparkling, still turning, and still offering children and adults a joyful experience after 80 years in service. Back in the 1920’s, the strip of Nantasket Beach in the summertime would be packed with thousands of people cruising the beach, boardwalk and amusement park each day. For many, it was a treat to take a ride on one of the 66 intricately carved horses or hop inside one of the two Roman chariots. Today the carousel is just as popular, if not more, because of its lasting beauty (taken care of by the nonprofit Friends of Paragon Carousel) and its ties to the “Golden Age” of Hull.  Hop on to experience a slight dizzy spell that will bring you back to yesteryears, and enjoy the Wurlitzer Band organ playing as you go round and round.

Marshfield
Best General Store: Marshfield Hills General Store
A wide New England porch welcomes customers to step inside this cozy Marshfield Hills store. This landmark shop sells all the basic necessities and many things you never knew you needed. Locals come in to pick up their morning coffee and newspaper or to peruse the beautiful home décor items, toys and baby gifts. Kids are often found filling a basket in the colorful candy section or munching on freshly popped popcorn. It’s a great place to shop local for greeting cards made by local artists, or pick up a prepared meal from the freezer case and a bottle of wine for dinner. Fans of the general store’s high profile owners, actors Steve and Nancy Carell, occasionally drop by in hopes that they may have a celebrity meeting. If not, they can still leave happy with some collectable “Office” gear and a cream soda.

Pembroke
Best Confidence Boost:  Fashion Focus Finishing School
Women of all ages tend to walk a little taller and prouder after visiting this Pembroke modeling studio. With a degree in fashion merchandising from Johnson & Wales University, over 25 years experience working as a professional model, and three children of her own, founder Maria Wood created the modeling and finishing program as a way to inspire adolescent girls to feel more confident and beautiful inside and out. While some workshops focus on inner beauty by discussing topics like poise, posture, social etiquette, public speaking and positive body image, others teach proper skin care, hair care and makeup techniques that can help boost self-confidence. Modeling techniques are also taught as a way to reinforce the students’ poise and posture and help them learn to meet the challenges of each day with their heads held high.
 

Cohasset
Best Bloody Mary Bar: Atlantica Restaurant
What’s more thrilling than piling your plate with an array of sizzling hot brunch foods, then dressing up your own Bloody Mary with a variety of fresh flavorful ingredients—both traditional and excitingly unexpected. The upscale seaside restaurant Atlantica offers an extensive build-your-own Bloody Mary bar seasonally. Large platters are spread across a wooden bar, brimming with lemons, limes, celery, red peppers, pepperoncinis, bacon, jumbo shrimp cocktail, and other options that the chef changes daily, such as olives stuffed with blue cheese, or peppers stuffed with cheese and prosciutto. Go to town adding all the works into the vodka and house-made Bloody Mary mix concoction. It’s already got a little kick, but you can’t go wrong with some extra spice from a choice of over fifteen different hot sauces.   (Re-opens in October.)

Plymouth
Best Artisan Breads:  Hearth Wood Fired Bread
Baking with organic heritage whole grains, such as emmer, spelt and khorasan wheat, gives artisan breads their slightly sweet, nutty flavor, and have made this local bakery a standout success. Founder Peter Nyberg takes great pride in producing a range of delicious and nutritious breads, such as seeded multigrain, rustic rosemary, cranberry orange candied ginger, and six-braid challah. Hearth Wood Fired Bread sells to many restaurants and food markets around Boston and the South Shore, who often place special orders depending on the needs of the chefs (the bakery makes the hamburger buns served at Wahlburgers in Hingham). Local customers who visit the small retail shop at the Plymouth bakery can catch a glimpse of the bakers at work and buy a loaf fresh out of the oven.

Quincy
Best Sweet Inventions: Purefections
The heady aroma of rich Belgian chocolate can be sensed even before you open the door of this quaint Quincy chocolate shop. Owned and operated by lifetime Quincy residents and sisters, Christina Bartkus and Lisa Trifone, Purefections is a chocoholic’s dream come true. Inventive creations include the P2C2, a fudge-like creation, that contains a mixture of peanut butter, potato chips, chocolate and caramel, as well as the fantasticly flavorful Lager Tartarugas, a sweet that turns traditional chocolate turtles on their heads. This sweet treat is made with “drunken” pecans, cooked in Cherry Wheat Sam Adams beer and combined with sea salt and cinnamon before being enrobed in a blanket of rich chocolate and golden caramel. The resulting chocolate is a perfect palate pleaser.

Hingham
Best Daily Grind: Redeye Roasters
Every coffee shop has that freshly brewed awakening aroma—one that instantly fills your senses with warmth from the first step inside. When you walk into this quaint coffee house, hugging Hingham Harbor, you’ll be captivated by more than just the comforting smells of roasted coffee—you’ll actually get to see the beans being roasted. In the back of the shop, owner Bob Weeks can be seen daily, roasting the raw green beans in his red, vintage-looking San Franciscan Roaster. Weeks had been studying and roasting coffee beans in his home as a hobby for years before opening
Redeye Roasters. Now, the coffee guru shares his favorite beans, which come from all over the world and include rich crops from Costa Rica, Tanzania, and Kenya. For all the real coffee lovers, you can enjoy a slow-poured cup, in which the staff hand pours steaming water through a filter (holding the grinds) for 2 ½ to 3 minutes to extract more flavor from the beans. And if you’re in on the weekend, fill your cup with premium iced coffee brewed out of a unique Japanese Yama Cold Brew Tower, before it runs out. You won’t want to wait for another pot to brew as the extraction
process takes a full 12 hours!

Norwell
Best Theatrical Showcase  Company Theatre
It’s hard to believe, but this artistically acclaimed South Shore theatre, known for its outstanding theatrical stage performances and productions, started out in just a small church basement in 1979, with a handful of eager actors. Directors and co-founders Zoe Bradford and Jordie Saucerman, along with musical director Michael Joseph and resident choreographer Sally Ford, all play leading roles in today’s success at the Company Theatre. Annually: over 35,000 tickets are sold, five productions take the stage, and youth programs and theatrical technical training run throughout. For over three decades the team has directed a diverse series of productions including famous Broadway shows like Jesus Christ Superstar, Grease, and The Sound of Music; movies ranging from Little Shop of Horrors to Some Like It Hot, a classic Marilyn Monroe comedy; and originals such as Glory Land, which featured the Company Theatre’s first original script. This summer, the directors (who have spent the last three years researching, writing, and choreographing) present a close to home original, Paragon Park, the musical (script written by Bradford and Michael Hammond). Captured beautifully are the events, shows, rides, music, colors, and romance that brought excitement to the park in its most thriving years.  Paragon Park, the musical, runs through August 19th.

Scituate
Best Lighthouse Tour:  Scituate Light
Built to endure the ravages of the elements, Scituate Light is one of the most significant lighthouse structures on the East Coast. Touring this place of living history is both architecturally interesting and historically facinating. After it was voted by congress to be built in 1810, Scituate Light was activated the next year and in came the first keeper, Captain Simeon Bates, along with his family who all lived in the lighthouse. Along the tour, visitors learn about the heroic stir that Captain Bates’ two daughters made at the historic site, climb up the 50-foot tall granite and brick structure and pass through the Lighthouse Runway Exhibit where more than twenty graphic panels line the walkway from the house to the tower showing the history of the landmark. See how the construction and preservation has brought charm and strength to the lighthouse through the decades (including its relighting in 1994 for the first time in 134 years), and enjoy the beautiful views from the very top lantern room. Scituate Light is maintained by the Scituate Historical Society and tours run on August 4th, 5th, and 19th from 1–4 p.m.

Braintree
Best Wine Flea Market: Bin Ends
Wooden wine box displays line the walls of this expansive warehouse, accented by bright green and purple walls. Specializing in selling high quality wines from around the world at drastically reduced prices, Bin Ends aims to make wine more approachable and affordable to the masses. Every wine in the store is at least 20 percent off retail prices on a daily basis and boxes labeled with purple tags deliver much deeper discounts. Customers are invited to try before they buy at fine wine flea markets every last Friday of the month. These events provide a fun and educational environment where wine aficionados and amateurs alike can sample up to 60 different varieties of wine and take advantage of reduced prices. Shoppers who can’t make it to a tasting event can always stop by the store to pick through the bargain bin where the price of every bottle is slashed at least 50 percent. Who wouldn’t raise a glass to that?

Hanover
Best Local Clothing Designer: Jennifer Reale Design
This youthfully sophisticated fashion label is sold all over the United States but the heartbeat of the business is right here on the South Shore, where designer Jennifer Reale launched the line in 2004. At the Hanover store shoppers can find clothing, shoes and accessories suitable for a relaxing lunch with friends or a knock-em-dead night on the town. The unique designs offer a sense of vintage femininity with a splash of seaside prep, from flowing tops and ultra flattering cocktail dresses to chic pants and oh-so-cute jackets in bold colors and patterns. Everything in this stylish women’s clothing line is produced entirely in the United States and the quality of the fabrics and manufacturing is top notch. Most recently Jennifer Reale Design expanded to include a beautiful bridal collection, customizing already well-loved dress designs in a range of fabric colors for fashionable bridesmaids.
 

Take-Out: Depot Street Market
Duxbury
www.depotstreetmarket.com

Family Restaurant: Polcari’s Bridgwaye Inn
Marshfield
www.polcarisbridgwayeinn.com

Date Spot: Alma Nove
Hingham
www.almanovehingham.com

Lunch Spot: Cedar Café
Hanover
www.thecedarcafe.com

Deli: D’Orazio’s Italian Market
Duxbury
 
Sandwich Shop: Circe’s Grotto
Scituate
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Circes-Grotto/195206994278

Sunday Brunch: Atlantica
Cohasset
www.cohassetharborresort.com/atlantica

Coffee Shop: Marylou’s
Multiple Locations
www.marylous.com

Italian: AVA Cucina
Cohasset
www.avacucina.com

Greek: Christo’s
Brockton
www.christosbrockton.com

Chinese: Tsang’s Village Café
Hanover
www.tsangsvillagecafehanover.com

Thai: Sweet Lemons
Weymouth
www.sweetlemonsthai.com

Sushi: Sushi Joy
Plymouth
www.sushijoy.com

Outdoor Dining: East Bay Grille
Plymouth
www.eastbaygrille.com

Late Night Hangout: The Tinker’s Son
Norwell
www.thetinkersson.com

Steak: Stockholders Chophouse and Seafood
South Weymouth
www.stockholderssteakhouse.com  

Grilled Cheese: 5 South Main
Cohasset
http://www.facebook.com/5southmain

Chowder: The CabbyShack
Plymouth
www.cabbyshack.com

Wine List: Tosca
Hingham
www.toscahingham.com

Bakery: White’s Bakery
Hingham and Brockton
www.whitesbakeryandcafe.com

Cupcakes: Cupcake Charlie’s
Plymouth
www.cupcakecharlies.com
  
Burger: Wahlburgers
Hingham
www.wahlburgers.com

Pizza: Mama Mia’s
Carver, Plymouth, Marshfield, Hanover and Kingston
 www.mammamiaspizzas.com

Ice Cream: Peaceful Meadows
Whitman, Middleboro and Plymouth
www.peacefulmeadows.com

Frozen Yogurt: Pinkberry
Hingham
www.pinkberry.com

Sports Bar: The Four’s
Norwell and Quincy
www.thefours.com

Irish Pub: The Tinker’s Son
Norwell
www.thetinkersson.com

Mexican: El Sarape
Weymouth
www.elsarape.com

Seafood: Jake’s Seafood Restaurant and Fish Market
Hull
www.seafoodhullma.com

Lobster Roll: Lobster Hut
Plymouth
www.plymouthseafood.com

Fried Clams: Lobster Pound
Hingham
www.hinghamlobster.com

Dessert: Solstice
Kingston
www.restaurantsolstice.com

Cocktail Bar: Ember
Marshfield
www.emberdining.com

Appetizers: McGuiggan’s Pub
Whitman
www.mcguigganspub.com

Soups: Panera Bread
Multiple Locations
www.panerabread.com

Ribs and BBQ: Frankie D’s BBQ
Kingston


Hot Wings: PizZings
Marshfield
 www.pizzingspizza.com

Raw Bar: Summer Shack
Hingham
www.summershackrestaurant.com

Margaritas: Sam Diego’s
Plymouth
www.samdiegos.com

Martinis: Mockingbird Restaurant and Martini Lounge
East Bridgewater
www.mockingbirdrestaurant.com

Fish and Chips: Haddads Ocean Café
Marshfield
www.haddads-ocean-cafe.com

Tapas: Hola Flatbreads and Tapas
Marshfield
www.restauranthola.net

Bagels: Atlantic Bagel
Cohasset

Breakfast: Toast
Hull
www.toasthull.com/

Doughnuts: The Coffee Shack
Marshfield and Pembroke

Waitstaff: AVA Cucina
Cohasset
www.avacucina.com

Chef: Paul Wahlberg of Alma Nove
Hingham  
www.almanovehingham.com

Bar Staff: Solstice
Kingston
www.restaurantsolstice.com

Scenic View While Dining: Mill Wharf
Scituate
www.millwharf.com

Beer Selection/Restaurant: British Beer Company
Cedarville, Pembroke and Plymouth
www.britishbeer.com

Beer Selection/Liquor Store: Curtis Liquors
Cohasset
www.curtisliquors.com

Juice Bar: Plymouth Fitness
Plymouth
www.plymouthfitness.com

Restaurant for Kids: Friendly’s
Multiple Locations
www.friendlys.com

Place for Ladies Night Out: Hola Flatbreads and Tapas
Marshfield
www.restauranthola.net

Place for Mens Night Out: McGuiggan’s Pub
Whitman
www.mcguigganspub.com

Ambiance: Solstice
Kingston
www.restaurantsolstice.com

Day Spa: Spa-tique
Marshfield
www.spatique.biz

Facial: Charles David Salon
Hanover and Plymouth
www.charlesdavidsalon.com

Wax: InTouch Advanced Skin Care
Marshfield

Manicure: Neet Nails
Norwell
www.neetnails.com

Pedicure: Bodywork Day Spa
Hull
www.bodyworkdayspa.com

Massage: Spa-cation Mobile Massage
Carver
www.spa-cation.vpweb.com/

Eyebrow Shaping: Spa-tique
Marshfield
www.spatique.biz

Hair Colorist: Charles David Salon
Hanover and Plymouth
www.charlesdavidsalon.com

Haircut (women): Maxime Salon
Hingham
www.maximesalon.com

Haircut (Men): Charles David Salon
Hanover and Plymouth
www.charlesdavidsalon.com
 
Makeup Counter/Selection: Beauty and Main
Hingham
www.beautyandmain.com

Chiropractor: Dr. John Daoust
Hingham
www.calldaoust.com

Orthodontist: Dr. Siobhan Sheehan
Duxbury
www.drsheehanorthodontics.com

Cosmetic Surgery Office: South Shore Skin Center
Cohasset and Plymouth
www.southshoreskincenter.com

Acupuncture: Mariposa Therapeutic Massage and Wellness Studio
Cohasset
www.mariposabody.com

Golf Course (public): Rockland Golf Course
Rockland
www.rocklandgolfcourse.com

Golf Course (private): Black Rock Country Club
Hingham
www.blackrockcountryclub.com

Fitness Center/Gym: Weymouth Club
Weymouth
www.weymouthclub.com

Tennis Club: Weymouth Club
Weymouth
www.weymouthclub.com

Pilates Studio: Balance Studio
Cohasset
www.balancestudiocohasset.com

Martial Arts Studio: Jade Forest
Cohasset
www.jfkungfu.com

Yoga Studio: Dragonfly Yoga Studio
Marshfield
www.emmasdragonflyyogastudio.com

Zumba Studio: Shakin-n-Groovin Fitness Studio
Kingston
www.shakin-n-groovin.com

Dance/Ballet Studio: Michelle’s Studio of Dance
East Bridgewater
www.michellesstudioofdance.com

Gift Shop: Suzanne’s Home Furnishings and Gift Boutique
Hingham
www.suzanneshome.com

Gourmet Food Shop: Fruit Center Marketplace
Hingham and Milton
www.fruitcentermarketplace.com

Wine Shop: Marsh’s Wine and Spirits
Norwell
www.marshswineandspirits.com

Produce Selection: Whole Foods Market
Hingham
www.wholefoodsmarket.com

Jewelry Store: King Jewelers
Cohasset
www.kingjewelersinc.com
 
Shopping Center: Derby Street Shoppes
Hingham
www.thederbystreetshoppes.com

Bookstore: Barnes and Noble
Hingham
www.barnesandnoble.com

Women’s Clothing: Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs
Norwell
www.lynevans.com

Beachwear: Bloom Lingerie Boutique
Hingham
www.bloomlingerieboutique.com 

Lingerie: Bloom Lingerie Boutique
Hingham
www.bloomlingerieboutique.com

Baubles and Beads: DRE Designs
Quincy
www.designs-dre.com

Women’s Shoe Store: Shoe Market
Hingham
www.theshoemarket.com

Men’s Clothing: Jos. A. Bank
Hingham
www.josbank.com

Consignment Shop: Twice as Nice Consignments
Pembroke
www.twiceasniceconsign.com

Vintage Clothing Shop: Reflections Antique Emporium
Cohasset
www.reflectionsantiqueemporium.com

Fitness wear: Lululemon
Hingham
www.lululemon.com
 
Florist: Consider the Lilies
Duxbury
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Consider-The-Lilies/198360486867467

Art Gallery: South Street Gallery
Hingham
www.southstreetgallery.com

Children’s Clothing: Olivia Rose Children’s Boutique
Marshfield
www.oliviarosechildrensboutique.com

Surf/Skate Shop: Luminate Surf and Skate
Marshfield
www.luminatesurfandskate.com

Music Store: Scituate Music Center
Scituate

Candy Store: Fedele’s Chocolates
Pembroke and Plymouth
www.fedeleschocolates.com

Toys and Hobbies: Rock Paper Scissors
Duxbury
www.rockpaperscissorsdux.com

Pet Specialty Store: Maggie’s Dog House
Hingham
www.maggiesdoghouse.com

Dry Cleaner: Dependable Cleaners
Multiple Locations
www.dependablecleaners.com

Sporting Goods: Good Sport
Cohasset
http://www.facebook.com/TheGoodSportInc

Department Store: Kohl’s
Multiple Locations
www.kohls.com

Teen Clothing: American Eagle
Multiple Locations
www.ae.com

Winter Gear: REI
Hingham
www.rei.com

Stationery Shop: The Paper Store
Hingham
www.thepaperstore.com

Cookware Shop: Williams-Sonoma
Hingham
www.williams-sonoma.com

Golf Store: Rockland Golf Pro Shop
Rockland
www.rocklandgolfcourse.com/pro_shop.htm

Bike Shop: Bike Barn
Whitman
www.bikebarnracing.com

Bath and Body Shop: Back Porch Soap Company
Duxbury
www.backporchsoap.com

Outdoor Adventure Store: REI
Hingham
www.rei.com

Organic Grocer: Whole Foods Market
Hingham
www.wholefoodsmarket.com

Health Food Store: Good Health Natural Foods
Hanover and Quincy
www.goodhealthnaturalfood.com

Prepared Meals To-Go: Depot Street Market
Duxbury
www.depotstreetmarket.com

Fish Market: Brant Rock Fish Market
Marshfield

Nutrition Center: Healthy Appetites Natural Foods
Plymouth
www.healthyappetites.com

Cleaning Services: Annie’s Cleaning Company
Hingham
http://www.anniescleaning.blogspot.com/

Marine Supplies: West Marine
Plymouth and Braintree
www.westmarine.com

Daycare Center: Magic Dragon Preschool and Children’s Center
Duxbury
http://www.duxbury.k12.ma.us/domain/58

Place to Spend the Night: Nantasket Beach Resort
Hull
www.nantasketbeachhotel.com

Antique Shop: Reflections Antique Emporium
Cohasset
 www.reflectionsantiqueemporium.com

Garden Shop: Kennedy’s Country Gardens
Scituate
www.kennedyscountrygardens.com

Rug Store: The Rug Merchant
Rockland
www.therugmerchant.com

Kitchen Accessories: Crate and Barrel
Hingham
www.crateandbarrel.com

Furniture Store: Boston Interiors
Hanover
www.bostoninteriors.com

Home Accessories: HomeGoods
Multiple Locations
www.homegoods.com

Local Hardware Store: Taylor Lumber
Marshfield
www.taylor-ace.com

Lighting Shop: Fleming’s
Cohasset
www.flemingslighting.com

Framer: Framing Concepts
Hingham
www.framingconceptshingham.com

Tile Store: Classic Tile and Stone
Hingham
www.classictile-stone.com

Grill Store: Lowes
Multiple Locations
www.lowes.com

Outdoor Furnishings: Pool Place
Abington
www.poolplace.com

Appliance Store: George Washington Toma
East Weymouth
www.gwtoma.com

Electronics Store: Best Buy
Multiple Locations
www.bestbuy.com

Pool and Hot Tub Store: Aquaknot Pools
Weymouth
www.aquaknotpools.com

Wedding Dress Shop: Country Weddings Bridal Boutique
Hingham
www.southshorebridal.com

Tux Shop: Domenic’s Tux
Plymouth
www.domenicstux.com

Occasion Cakes: Veronica’s Sweetcakes
Marshfield
www.veronicassweetcakes.com

Reception Venue (large): Nantasket Beach Resort
Hull
www.nantasketbeachhotel.com

Reception Venue (intimate): Barker Tavern
Scituate
www.barkertavern.com

Caterer: Bare Cove Catering
Hingham
www.barecovecafe.com
 
Invitations: Paperscapes
Cohasset
www.paperscapes.biz

Local Wedding Band: The Smoking Jackets
http://www.facebook.com/smoking.jackets.7

Wedding DJ: Crackerjack Entertainment
Quincy
www.crackerjackentertainment.com

Limo Service: JB Livery
Weymouth
www.jblivery.com

Community Theatre: Company Theatre
Norwell
www.companytheatre.com

Performing Arts Venue: Plymouth Memorial Hall
Plymouth
www.memorialhall.com

Summer Camp: Camp Wing
Duxbury
www.crossroads4kids.org/index.cfm/pid/10263

Place for Kids’ Parties: Duxbury Student Union
Duxbury
www.duxburystudentunion.com

FM Radio Station: 95.9 WATD
Marshfield
http://959watd.com/

AM Radio Station: 1030 WBZ
Boston
http://boston.cbslocal.com/station/wbz-news-radio/

Local Radio Personality: Matt Siegel at Kiss108
Boston
www.kiss108.com

  

Jan 12, 2013 05:47 am
 Posted by  mollyg555

great contest

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