Salem Vintage Photography 172 Essex St, Salem, MA01970 Salem, Massachusetts, has a deep and dark history involving fear, panic, mob mentality, and the occult. …More Pretty spooky, huh? Luckily for us, Salem is now a hot spot for fun witchy activities and creative ways to commemorate the town's unique past. At Salem Vintage Photography, you can load up on sepia-toned gag photos that make great party favors or personal tokens.
Soul Focus Photography 221 Essex St, Salem, MA01970 Soul Focus Photography is a portraits and lifestyle photography company serving Salem and the surrounding areas. The…More company offers a full range of services, specializing in family portrait work. Some services include children’s photos, newborn portraits, maternity portraits and photo collections. Check its website for a full gallery of past work, details on prices or to book a session.
Lightshed Photography Studio 79 Washington St, Salem, MA01970 Lightshed Photography Studio is a Salem-based studio specializing in the production of portraits and coverage of…More weddings and special occasions. Lightshed also produces corporate advertising pictures for marketing and promotional applications.
Bobbie Bush Photography 35 Congress St, Salem, MA01970 Bobbie Bush Photography offers professional portraiture services. Specialties include newborn, children and family…More photos, with emphasis placed on documenting a newborn baby's first year. Prospective customers can request a photo session from Bobbie Bush Photography over the phone, or by filling out the request form on the website. Free consultations are provided.
Remy Photographic 23 1/2 Broad St, Salem, MA01970 Remy Photographic offers professional portraiture as well as wedding, event and sports photography; visit its website to…More see examples of its work.
Hotshots Advertising Photography 35 Congress St, Salem, MA01970 Hotshots Advertising Photography will get you that perfect image you're searching for. Whether it's a squealing,…More suds-covered toddler for a tear-free soap ad, or a sumptuous-looking raspberry tart for the cover of your new cookbook, Hotshots will find you the best photographers for your business's needs.
Therese Kay Photography Eden St, Salem, MA01970 Therese Kay specializes in taking artistic and distinctive photographs. Her work includes engagement and wedding shots,…More family portraits, still lifes, landscapes and coverage of special occasions. Kay frequently displays her work at shows and exhibitions; see her website for details.
Martha Everson Photography 50 Grove St, Salem, MA01970 Martha Everson is an award-winning commercial photographer. Using her artistic skill to bring your ideas and designs to…More life, Everson creates lasting tokens of weddings, portraits of families or compelling images to be used for businesses promotional materials. Check out the (extensive) list of credentials on her website.
Social Palates 18 Becket St, Salem, MA01970 Social Palates is a marketing firm which specializes in developing the online presence of businesses and brands. Some of…More the services provided include social media integration, event creation, brand advocacy, photography, search engine optimization and pay-per-click advertising.
The Goddess Treasure Chest 8 Derby Sq, Salem, MA01970 Founded in 1993, The Goddess Treasure Chest offers psychic readings in person and on the phone, as well as private…More parties and seances for groups of six or more. Owner and psychic Sylvia says all her psychics are licensed by the City of Salem, and recommends customers book psychic readings in advance during the months of July, August, and October. Readings include astrology charts, past-life regressions, and aura photography. The shop also sells jewelry, artwork, crystals, candles, incense, soaps, body lotions, greeting cards, music, books, chimes, scarves, tarot cards, fairy dolls, and doggie products. Star, the owner's beloved cocker spaniel, greets customers when they enter the store.
Explorers Lifelong Learning Institute of Salem State College 10 Federal St, Salem, MA01970 Explorers Lifelong Learning Institute of Salem State College targets older citizens who wish to challenge themselves…More intellectually, broaden their horizons and enhance their personal development. People 50 years or older are invited to become members and explore new subjects without having to worry about exams or grades. The institute offers approximately 40 courses each spring and fall semester, and topics include history, art, poetry, geneaology, foreign language, photography and more. For a $200 membership fee, folks over 50 can take up to 10 courses: five during the fall semester and five during the spring semester. Winter and summer intersession courses are free. Members can also participate in monthly book club discussions or attend "Morning Coffee" programs featuring guests speakers.
Peabody Essex Museum 161 Essex St, Salem, MA01970 Located along Salem's pedestrian walkway, The Peabody Essex Museum's glass-fronted entry offers passers-by a glimpse…More into the light filled atrium, a piece of art in its own right. The museum's collections aim to integrate art and culture, and include photography and architecture, as well as Korean, Japanese, Indian, Native American, maritime, oceanic, Asian export and American decorative art. One of the museum's most prominent and well known features is its 200-year-old Chinese House, called Yin Yu Tang. The house was deconstructed in China and rebuilt brick by brick in its current location. The Art and Nature Center is another space that is rather unique for an art museum. This area is devoted to bright colors, and tactile and interactive exploration, making the museum a great place to bring the whole family.
Salem High strives to cultivate an environment and instill values that provide students the firm foundation they need…More to succeed in college and "as citizens of the local and global community." In addition to traditional English, math, science and social studies courses, the school offers bilingual courses as well as classes in foreign language, business and technology, and fine, applied and performing arts. Instruction in television production, family and consumer sciences, vocational training programs and Junior ROTC are also available.
The extracurricular activities and clubs at Salem are extensive and include the following: athletics, Art Club, Business Professionals of America, cheerleading, College Bowl, color guard, Drama Club, Embrace (gay/straight alliance), French Club, Future Teachers of America, German-American Exchange, girls' football, Harvard Model Congress, jazz band, La Union Latina, literary magazine, marching band, math team, mock trial, National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Organization of American States, percussion ensemble, Physics Club, Photography Club, Project 540 (a student governmental organization), ROCS (community service), science team, senior show, ski team, Skills USA, string orchestra, Spanish Club, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Witches' Brew (the school newspaper) and yearbook.
Angels Landing is a gift and healing shop, carrying a variety of items related to spiritual, metaphysical, and…More healing modalities.
Angels Landing offers weekly meditation, spiritual development and healing classes, as well as aura photography and psychic readings.
Owned by well-known and established medium, Reiki Master, polarity therapist, teacher, and lecturer the Rev. Barbara E. Szafranski, Angels Landing is located downtown near the Peabody Essex Museum. Gifts, books, incense, candles, jewelry, oils, statuettes, witches, angels, and other items all can be shipped.
During the busy month of October , reservations for a reading is highly recommended.