The Woman Behind the Brand: Talbots CEO Lizanne Kindler Does It All

All photos courtesy of Lizanne Kindler, CEO of Talbots. By Gabrielle S. Martin Lizanne Kindler is a Denmark-born, Hingham-based businesswoman who has managed to balance an accomplished career with a just-as-impressive personal life. Kindler has called Hingham “home” for a decade now, residing here with her husband and their children; though the Danish native might …

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Effortless Style with Emily Keneally, Owner and Operator of Alice Walk

Photo courtesy of Emily Keneally. September 21, 2020 by Gabrielle S. Martin Hello, Emily! Thanks for agreeing to an interview with The Anchor. We’re so excited to feature you as one of our Humans of Hingham. First and foremost, can you describe your connection to the town of Hingham for our readers? “I grew up …

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Chatting with Life-long Hingham Resident Rosie “the Crossing Guard” Chirillo

  Photo by Joshua Ross. Monday, September 28, 2020 by Gabrielle Martin Rosie Chirillo has worked as crossing guard for Hingham Public Schools for almost four decades; she’s lived in her home on Bonnie Brier for over five. Chirillo is a life-long Hingham resident, a volunteer at the Swap Shop, and an avid gardener who …

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Influencer Alert: The Anchor Interviews Amy L. Hendy As Our Latest Human of Hingham

Photo courtest of Amy L. Hendy, taken of Hendy at an Evereve event she hosted. She is wearing all Evereve! Saturday, October 10, 2020 by Gabrielle Martin The Anchor is excited to introduce the incredible Hingham-based Instagram influencer Amy L. Hendy as our latest Human of Hingham! Hi there, Amy! Thank you so much for …

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Tony the Barber Retires: “I Wish I Could Have Given Them All One Last Haircut.”

Wednesday, September 9, 2020 by Gabrielle Martin It all started, as stories around these parts so often do, from a Pinboard post: on August 18, Isabella Gratta announced that her grandfather Tony “the Barber” Marchione, a 50-year staple at Hingham’s Station 29 Barber Shop, would be retiring due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. She wrote, …

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