Art Throb's 'Street Guide' — Cultivating 'Sustainable' Arts and Culture News

North Shore Art Throb held a fundraiser at Cafe Polonia Saturday to support its new publication, 'Art Throb Street Guide to Your Local Life.'

North Shore Art Throb is working to bring "sustainable" arts news to the North Shore community in its new publication, .

On Saturday, supporters of the new publication gathered at to raise money for the publication and to visit with Editor-in-Chief Dinah Cardin and Managing Editor Lilly McCrea.

Monthly issues of the magazine will supports local arts and environmental causes — one dollar per issue sold will toward a local organization. June's issue will support the Salem Farmers' Market.

Copies of the magazine cost $4.95 so that Art Throb can keep up with the demand for the print magazine.

“We’re so excited to be able to give to organizations we believe in,” said Dinah Cardin, founder and editor-in-chief in a press release. “Not only does the actual donation go to local arts and non profits, but every dollar we make from the sale of the magazine goes back into the community – to Deschamps Printing, local writers on our staff and then there is our constant promotion of local arts and businesses.”  

You can buy Street Guide at the following Salem locations:

Café Polonia
118 Washington St.

32 Church St.

185 Essex St.

East India Square

40 Front St.

230 Essex St.

83 Washington St.

To support Art Throb Street Guide to Your Local Life visit the magazine's IndieGoGo page.

Watch our video to learn more.


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