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Yankee's November/December Issue Features Holiday Ideas and Tips

Yankee’s November/December Issue Features Holiday Ideas and Tips
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Dublin, New Hampshire (October 12, 2009)–Yankee Magazine’s November/December issue, on newsstands October 27, 2009, features ideas for the holiday season, including what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers, where to go for a holiday getaway, what to give–beautiful crafts made in New England by local designers and artisans–and whom to thank. Yankee Magazine’s annual “Angels Among Us” story highlights a number of individuals in New England who have made a huge difference in the lives of the people around them. The holiday issue also includes additional articles on travel, home, and food.

Inside the Issue

Feature stories:

“Keeper of the Faith” — by Justin Shatwell, photographed by Paul Wainwright (page 80): New England’s oldest meetinghouses are where democracy was born.

“The Big Question” — interviewed by Ian Aldrich, photographed by Leah Fasten (page 86): We asked Lisa Wong, mayor of Fitchburg, Massachusetts: “How do a person and a city make the most of their opportunities?”

“Made in New England” — by Christie Matheson and Polly Bannister, photographed by Hornick/Rivlin (page 88): ‘Tis the season…Yankee presents a guide to beautiful gifts by local designers and artisans–something for everyone on your list.

“Angels Among Us” — by Ian Aldrich, photographed by Tibor Nemeth (page 96): These dedicated New Englanders are making a difference, one life at a time.

“The Man Who Loves Lowell” — by Geoffrey Douglas, photographed by Dana Smith (page 102): The heritage of this historic Massachusetts mill city comes to life in the poems of Paul Marion.

The Guide:

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In this issue: Best of New England

  • 10 Best Maine Lobster Shacks
  • 107 Treats from Chowder to Ice Cream
  • Best Bargains: 35 Summer Savers
  • 120 Fairs, Festivals and Events
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