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Arnold Arboretum | New England’s Gifts

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No other arboretum in North America is so old. Few boast more trees and shrubs gathered from around... Read More »

Arthur Stone Silverware | Antiques & Collectibles

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Great art requires talent and tenacity, but also time and space: time to learn and perfect, and to... Read More »

Asa Potter House in Kingston, Rhode Island | House For Sale

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Silly? Probably. But, well, you just never know. And where do you suppose “Major” Lunt eventually stashed that... Read More »

Ask Brewski: What’s the Best Bowl for a Puppy?

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My puppy chewed up his plastic food bowl, so I have to get a new one. What kind... Read More »

Ask Garden Blogger, Shelley Wigglesworth, Your Gardening Questions

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Garden blogger, Shelley Wigglesworth offers a broad range of botanical advice to our readers. Whether you need tips... Read More »

Attract Birds to Your Yard | Gardening Advice

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Our family enjoys watching birds from our windows, and we want to landscape with the best plants to... Read More »

Autumn Serving Tray | Autumn Crafts

Autumn Serving Tray | Autumn Crafts

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This autumn serving tray is perfect for delivering coffee, cider, or breakfast in bed. Materials to Make Autumn... Read More »

Autumnal Mantel | Gourds, Candles and Bottles

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Find bottle gourds at Michael’s, The Arts & Crafts Store, or a local farm stand. (This is the... Read More »

Baby Lettuce is Better

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It’s true, says Coleman: Small really is better when it comes to winter gardening. Baby leaf greens are... Read More »

Back to the Garden

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Feeling DIY Curious? Sample a world of new skills at these popular festivals. Common Ground Country Fair Third... Read More »

Backyard Ice Rink Tips

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1. Pick a shady site so the ice doesn’t soften under the sun. Avoid building directly under overhanging... Read More »

Bacon & Day Banjo | Antiques & Collectibles

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For me, listening to music is a live-out-loud experience. That’s why my iPod often sits idle, gathering dust... Read More »

Barn Renovated into Home in Putney, Vermont

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It couldn’t be more Vermont if you poured maple syrup over it: the winding dirt road, arching shade... Read More »

Baseball Cards | Antiques & Collectibles

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Once upon a time, “take me out to the ball game” seemed like such an innocent request. The... Read More »

Bath Sweet Shopp | House for Sale

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Before leaving Bath that day, we stopped by the office of our old friend Sharon Drake, who has... Read More »

Beach Scene Terrarium

Beach Scene Terrarium

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Use these instructions to create a unique beach scene terrarium and add a touch of summer to your... Read More »

Bedrooms: New England’s Finest

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1. Lay your head on super-healthy organic pillows (standard size $55-$114; European $50-$132; shams and cases $30-$38). HEART... Read More »

Begin in August

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Coleman’s winter planting begins in early August and extends through mid-September, a period he likes to refer to... Read More »

Best Holiday Craft Fairs in New England

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Holiday craft fairs fill the weekends between Halloween and Christmas at churches, community centers, schools, and function halls... Read More »

Best Time to Cut Firewood

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Useful stuff from 75 years of Yankee: from “How to Read a Woodpile, November 1979 There is evidence... Read More »

Best Wood Heater You’ll Find Anywhere

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For efficient, comfortable, and clean-burning wood heat, a masonry heater is the answer. The concept’s not new —... Read More »

Birdwatcher Crafts | Inspired Ideas

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10. For an even bigger splash, present your gift jar with a field guide, a feeder, or binoculars. Read More »

Blue Dye

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Shred half of a large red cabbage and combine with the base. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat... Read More »

Bridge House in Boothbay Harbor | House for Sale

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Everyone who loves Boothbay Harbor, Maine, knows about the historic old house attached to the middle of the... Read More »

Bridget’s Favorite Salvage Shops

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New England Demolition & Salvage This huge warehouse carries a section of antique furniture and trinkets as well... Read More »

Bright Ideas | New England’s Finest

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1. Bulgaria native Boyan Moskov has been working in ceramics since 1987 and creating pottery in the Granite... Read More »

Brown Dye

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Combine 4 tablespoons of ground coffee with the base and stir well. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat... Read More »



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