NoBo Magazine is committed to thinking and living locally. The region North of Boston is saturated with daily and weekly newspapers, offering nearly identical headlines both in print and online.
Our publication aims at providing the depth and clarity available to readers of high-end magazines to a more community-centered, online realm. We’re more than just your local paper.
Our staff brings expertise and experience in publishing, marketing, and community organizing, and our connections to the communities we serve run deep, affording the opportunity to illuminate the beauty of an increasingly local world.
To join the efforts of NoBo Magazine or for more information about advertising & marketing opportunities, please email our publishers at firstname.lastname@example.org.[one_fourth] [custom_frame_left] [/custom_frame_left] [/one_fourth] [three_fourth_last]
Keith C. Spencer
Founder, President, Editor
Writer. Photographer. Educator. Since graduating from Emerson College with a Bachelor of Science in Speech, Keith has been teaching English to hundreds of middle school students in his hometown of Everett. Believing he should practice what he preached, he began working as a freelance journalist for a number of weekly papers North of Boston. Over the last five years, he has written more than a thousand features, covering everything from the mundane to the controversial. His goal has always remained the same: to write stories that inspire and fulfill. Keith has developed the NoBo venture on the same principle. As we prepare for our full launch in January 2012, he hopes NoBo will be the best source for stories that offer inspiration, knowledge, and guidance to a new generation of online readers. He can be followed on Twitter: Follow @KSpencer927
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Marketing and Strategic Advisor, Filmmaker, Musician. Since Graduating from Emerson College in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications, Matt has worked in various mediums, from freelance videographer, director and producer working on local documentaries, broadcast television and independent film. Former Director of Operations at Rule Broadcast Systems (now Rule/ Boston Camera,) Executive Director of Everett Community Television. Now serving as Director of Communications for the City of Everett. Matt is currently helping with NoBo Magazine as a contributing writer, offering his perspectives on the region north of Boston. Matt can also be followed on Twitter: Follow @MattLaidlaw
Mary Kate DePamphilis
Mary Kate was born and raised north of Boston in Saugus and spent her childhood visiting the charming sites and spots of the NoBo region, especially Cape Ann. After studying communications at Loyola University in Maryland, Mary Kate was eager to move back home to her roots. Now residing in Danvers, she enjoys exploring the rustic outdoors of the North Shore, supporting the local businesses, and attending events in the region. She currently works in non-profit development and plans private events. Mary Kate feels that writing for NoBo Magazine is the perfect opportunity to highlight all the exciting things to see and do—in what she feels to be the best place to live, work, and be happy.
Mary Kate can be followed on Twitter:
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Jeannine has lived north of Boston her entire life, and can’t a better place to grow up and start a life and career of your own. As a kid, living in both Revere and Saugus and frequenting the beautiful and majestic sites across the region. After attending two of the region’s finest schools, Salem State University and Endicott College, Jeannine has remained in the area working in special education. Writing for NoBo Magazine is providing an opportunity to revisit these places, further explore the region, and discuss everything that makes living north of Boston worthwhile. Jeannine can be followed on Twitter: Follow @JeannineStanley
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Kyle A. Spencer
Hailing from Massachusetts, Kyle Spencer was raised in the City of Everett just a mile north of Boston, but has also lived outside Tamp, Florida as well. He is currently attending the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University (AIB) where he plans on receiving a BFA in Photography. He currently works as a staff photographer and contributor at NoBo Magazine, which has included his coverage of Boston Navy Week, the National Sand Sculpting Festival, the Revere Columbus Day Breakfast, and more. He hopes to one day travel the world and photograph the many beautiful vistas and cultures that it contains.
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