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Classic: Train Conductor Travis D. Ford

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He hasn’t always been a performing meteorological railroad man. His previous profession was computer operator, which provided a... Read More »

CLASSIC: Turtles Studies by David Carroll

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The house smells of wood smoke and asparagus. Laurette is making this cheesy asparagus “thing” that David loves,... Read More »

Classic: Worst 30 Minutes of My Entire Life

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“They shouldn’t,” Kathy said. “If,” I hissed, with a disquieting sense of rising panic, ”I’ve got to know... Read More »

Cold Water Swimmer

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A lot of people are like, “She doesn’t feel the cold.” I feel the cold! But the focus... Read More »

Cookbook: Cookie Exchange

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Wellesley, Massachusetts, cookie maven Mary Bevilacqua started a sweet tradition in her community and now her daughters, Kristen... Read More »

Cookbook: Cookie Exchange

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Wellesley, Massachusetts, cookie maven Mary Bevilacqua started a sweet tradition in her community and now her daughters, Kristen... Read More »

Cookbooks: Martha’s Vineyard

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Cookbooks: New England

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In our world, Jasper White is the king of New England. We may be a bit deferential, but... Read More »

Corn Mazes in New England

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Davis’ Mega Maze 145 Redstone Hill Sterling, MA 978-422-6666 davisfarmland.comMarini Farm 227 Linebrook Road Ipswich, MA 978-471-9203 marinifarm.com... Read More »

Corn Recipes

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Corn is king in the summer. Put it to good use in these recipes for chowder, pudding, quiche,... Read More »

Crafts: Easter Table

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This decorating idea for your Easter table uses new or vintage materials and your choice of eggs, the... Read More »

Curt Schilling | The Thrill of Schill

Curt Schilling | The Thrill of Schill

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It’s not known whether ’08 will be his last season, but in ’07 Schilling, a three-time 20-game winner,... Read More »

David Cicilline: Mayor of Providence

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Cicilline organized his campaign for mayor more than a year before Cianci was convicted, when the oddsmakers figured... Read More »

Do You Know This About the Red Sox?

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Few people know the history and lore of New England’s favorite team more than Nick Cafardo, the national... Read More »

Down East Stories

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There is no shortage of Down East stories in Yankee magazine’s past. Pull up a chair and set... Read More »

Easy Sourdough Bread

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Read more: Breads of New England VIDEO: How to Make Irish Soda Bread VIDEO: Making Potato Bread More... Read More »

Eco Shops in New England

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Earth-friendly baby clothes, handbags from recycled pop-tops, personal care products, soy candles, hardware, bedding, gifts — if it’s... Read More »

Ed Dahlgren of Aroostook County, Maine

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“Once we went four months without a break at the front. This was in the Vosges Mountains and... Read More »

Eddie Perez: Mayor of Hartford

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Even when Perez ran with the Ghetto Brothers as a teenager, he recognized that there was more power... Read More »

Ethnic Food Festivals in New England

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September 11-13 Glendi 2009 St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral & Greek Cultural Center 22 St. George Road, off... Read More »

Excerpt from Poet Donald Hall’s Memoir

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New Hampshire resident Donald Hall was America’s Poet Laureate for 2006-2007. His memoir, Unpacking the Boxes, (Houghton Mifflin... Read More »

Explore Connecticut River Tidelands

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The salt marshes and tidal flats at the mouth of New England’s longest river spread through a portion... Read More »

Fall Picnic | Where to Go for a Foliage View

Fall Picnic | Where to Go for a Foliage View

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Want to plan the perfect fall picnic? We’ll tell you where to buy the basket, fill it, and... Read More »

Family Camping in New England

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Pack the tents and cookstoves and fishing poles. It’s time to take the family camping. Look for New... Read More »

Family Recipes from Moms

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How many of your favorite recipes were handed down from the best cooks in the family? To honor... Read More »

Favorite New England Farm Stands

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Seasons matter in New England, and the best harbinger is what’s available at your local farm stand. Farm... Read More »

Fiddleheads and Salad Greens Recipes

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Eat your greens this spring with these tempting recipes for arugula, fennel, beet greens, young dandelion leaves, and... Read More »



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