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75th Anniversary Sponsors

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NHPR, the only statewide media service, is committed to offering exceptional news, information and cultural programming about NH... Read More »

A Letter to Our Readers

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I know in most instances you’ll glance at an editor’s letter and zip by. I’m the new editor... Read More »

A Letter to Our Readers

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What an extraordinary group of subscribers you are. In this issue, we have a nifty piece about Red... Read More »

A Letter to Our Readers

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This special travel guide issue is a conversation between Yankee and you, our readers. We are talking about... Read More »

A Letter To Our Readers

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If a single sound and a single scent can hold the essence of a New England summer, surely... Read More »

A Letter to Our Readers

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This is my 28th autumn at Yankee. for each of those years, the editors have talked for hours... Read More »

A Letter to our Readers

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Of all the gifts that the holiday season bestows on us, the most enduring are memories. When our... Read More »

A Letter to Our Readers

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Winter isn’t easy, is it? fresh snow takes our breath away with its stark beauty, but we also... Read More »

A Letter to Our Readers

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The gifts that travel brings us aren’t bounded by any season, but when the air softens, the promise... Read More »

Artists Among Us

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Massachusetts painter Kara Taylor gave up her farm stand and flower farm this past summer to concentrate fully... Read More »

Bear Hair and Emu Oil | Only in New England

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Each winter, the bears at Clark’s Trading Post in Lincoln, New Hampshire, build up thick, woolly coats just... Read More »

Book Review: The Children in Room E4 American Education on Trial

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Not long ago, Lois Luddy, who teaches at the Simpson-Waverly elementary school in Hartford, Connecticut, asked her third... Read More »

Book Review: Wild Acadia

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Jerry and Marcy Monkman, frequent Yankee contributing photographers, first visited Acadia National Park together in 1989. Since then,... Read More »

Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art

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This fall, the Red Sox will have to share the spotlight with a new player in town —... Read More »

Dear Yankee

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We’ve made some changes in the way Yankee looks and reads. We invite you to tell us what... Read More »

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‘We Don’t Like the Changes’ I’m very disappointed with Yankee‘s changes. I preferred the smaller format, which was... Read More »

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We heard from many readers in response to our September story “The Maine Connection” about the Portland ticket... Read More »

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Speaking My Mind Quabbin’s Secret Your article “Secret Places” (March/April) shows the beauty of the Quabbin Reservation. Hidden... Read More »

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Quabbin Memories It’s always of interest to me to find a story about Quabbin (“Secret Places,” March/April). We... Read More »

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Lyme Watch I think Edie Clark’s piece on the Lyme disease epidemic is one of the finest things... Read More »

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Wrong Target Edie Clark’s bucolic view of country life is certainly charming, but she should have been fretting... Read More »

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An Artist Among Us Thank you, Mel Allen, for the wonderful job you did with the Brendan Loughlin... Read More »

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Nature’s Own Carpet Your brief piece on diverse vs. monoculture lawns ["Ask the Naturalist," July/August 2008, p. 30]... Read More »

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Can Holyoke be Saved? Thank you for posing “Historic Preservation’s Biggest Question: What do we save?” and including... Read More »

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On The Trail of Great Art Any compilation of “bests” is going to omit someone’s favorite. “Connecticut Is... Read More »

Donald Hall: A Poet for All Ages

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Donald Hall has long been one of New England’s most gifted writers of poetry and prose. Writing from... Read More »

Editor’s Letter to our Readers

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Usually I take this space to tell you about the stories inside our current issue. The feature “25... Read More »



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