Newburyport, MA (PressExposure) June 23, 2011 -- Life in a vibrant, growing city on the coast of Massachusetts certainly has its advantages. From outdoor concerts on the waterfront, to city-wide festivals, to peaceful nature walks & sightseeing in a pristine wildlife sanctuary, Newburyport Mass. has something to offer everyone.
To help the residents of, and visitors to, this beautiful city take in all that it has to offer, Newburyport-Today.com has recently launched a redesign of their website at http://www.newburyport-today.com, with hundreds of articles on all the Greater Newburyport area has to offer.
On the recently redesigned site you will find:
Newburyport MA Restaurants, Lounges, and Reviews
Art Galleries & Museums with updated events & exhibit listings
Recreation Areas like Plum Island and Joppa Flats
Family Activities, Mom's Groups, and Kids Play Groups
Festivals, Holiday Events, and other Seasonal Activities
Newburyport Schools, and Community Resources
Calendar of Events for Local Activities & Community Organizations
Whether you are a lifelong resident or business owner, or have recently discovered our wonderful little city by the sea, you will find that Newburyport-Today.com offers information and resources to help you find what you are looking for in the area, and connect to your community.
Highlights of the redesigned Newburyport-Today.com website include these interesting and unique weekly editorials, written or produced by local insiders:
Columns by Muggsy Barnicle: a weekly buzz around town column brought to you by a long-time Newburyport journalist and publisher, offering insightful background on the goings-on in our community.
Media In the Port: a Newburyport television program delivering information on the weeks most compelling local topics.
Citizen Profiles: an in-depth look at people making a difference in our community
Chamber Chat: an update from the Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce on topics of importance to local businesses and residents
Whiny Wednesday: a family-friendly column full of activities and resources for local parents. This column is written by the Newburyport Mothers Club, a community organization of more than 700 local families.
Townie Tuesday: insight into local people, organizations, and events, brought to you by Features Editor Kathleen Downey.