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Yankee Magazine's March/April 2013 Issue— The Power of Place

Yankee Magazine’s March/April 2013 Issue— The Power of Place
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Yankee Magazine March/April 2013

Yankee Magazine March/April 2013

DUBLIN, New Hampshire (February 13, 2013)— Yankee Magazine’s March/April issue examines the power of place with feature stories about how land defines us. The theme continues through the entire issue with a reader hometown photo contest; a humorous look at New England’s mud season; and Edie Clark’s celebration for her 250-year old house.

“In New England— a region so compact, so woven with landscape and history and ancestry and tradition— the sense of place burrows more deeply than anywhere else,” says Yankee Magazine’s editor Mel Allen. “For editors, every issue is special in its own way, but some speak to us more than others. This is one of them.”

Inside Yankee’s March/April Issue

Feature stories:

“Photo Contest” (p. 79): The winning submissions for Yankee’s first-ever reader photo contest capture the spirit of New England communities in all their whimsical, beautiful, and eclectic glory.

“The Big Question”— interviewed by Ian Aldrich (p. 84): Longtime auctioneer LaGina Austin of Skinner, Inc. explains how she keeps the bids coming.

“The Power of Place: Where the Heart Rubs Against the Place”— by Julia Shipley (p. 86): In Cabot, Vermont, kids and adults contribute hand-drawn maps of their most treasured neighborhoods, hideaways, woods, and byways.

“The Power of Place: My Roots Are Deeper Than Your Pockets”— by Howard Mansfield (p. 92): In the midst of the controversial Northern Pass power-line project, an abiding love of the land they live on gives some courageous citizens the grit to defy the tide of development around them.

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