Yankee Magazine Names Top 25 Foliage Towns
(13.) Stowe, Vermont (tie)
(13.) Hanover, New Hampshire (tie)
Yankee Magazine’s September/October 2010 issue celebrates Yankee’s 75th anniversary as New England’s magazine. Included in this collector’s edition is a special anniversary section featuring “The Ultimate Yankee Quiz” and “75 Things Every New Englander Should Do.” Since New England is the destination for foliage enthusiasts, the issue bursts with fall color and travel ideas. Readers follow autumn’s splendor on a tour led by Tauck World Discovery, founded by Arthur Tauck Sr., who started the whole leaf-peeping trade in 1925 when he first took paying passengers to see the gorgeous colors of fall. Best-selling author, educator, and environmentalist Bill McKibben wraps up his four-part series, “How New England Can Change the World,” with an article on how small-town banks in Massachusetts’ Berkshire Hills are printing their own regional currency. Also included in this keepsake issue are a sampling of Yankee’s best recipes from the past 75 years.
About us: Yankee Magazine was founded in 1935 and is based in Dublin, New Hampshire. It is the only magazine devoted to New England through its coverage of travel, home, food, and features. With a paid circulation of over 350,000 and a total audience of more than 2 million readers, it is published by Yankee Publishing Incorporated (YPI), a family-owned, independent magazine publisher. In 2010, Yankee Magazine was named a finalist in the national City and Regional Magazine Association’s annual awards in two categories: Multimedia and Excellence in Writing. 2010 marks Yankee Magazine’s 75th year as New England’s magazine. YPI also owns the nation’s oldest continuously produced periodical, The Old Farmer’s Almanac. More information about Yankee: New England’s Magazine is available at: YankeeMagazine.com/press
Yankee invites the media to interview our editors, who are experts on where to go and what to do during the fall foliage season in New England. For interviews, in-studio visits, artwork, listener giveaways, or more information, contact Heather Atwell, firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-563-8111 x180.
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