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Yankee Magazine's March/April Issue

Yankee Magazine’s March/April Issue
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Dublin, New Hampshire (February 19, 2010)–Yankee Magazine’s March/April issue, on newsstands March 2, includes a story suggesting that spring may be the best time of year to visit Cape Cod. “The Cape Awakens,” by Annie Graves, offers travel tips on where to go and what to see on the Outer Cape. Bill McKibben continues his series for Yankee called “How New England Can Change the World” by examining how one Vermont town used technology to improve the community. Editor Mel Allen travels to Underhill, Vermont, to interview Merchant Marine captain Richard Phillips, whose ship was held hostage by Somali pirates last year; Phillips talks about his life after the ordeal and his new book, due out in April. The issue also includes additional articles on travel, home, and food.

Inside the Issue

Feature stories:

“Keepers of Beautiful Places” — by Justin Shatwell, photographed by William Huber (page 78): The Trustees of Reservations membership preserves for the public many of Massachusetts’ most special lands and properties.

“Making Good Neighbors” — by Bill McKibben (page 86): Part two of Yankee’s series on “How New England Can Change the World” tells how local Web networks can bring communities together face to face.

“A Celebration of Life” — by Rick Winterson (page 90): South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade showcases history, tradition, and local pride.

“Whatever Happened to the Old Man?” — by Justin Shatwell (page 96): Almost seven years since the collapse of New Hampshire’s beloved cliffside rock formation, its fate still hangs in the balance.

The Guide:

In Travel, “The Cape Awakens” — by Annie Graves (page 36): Deserted beaches and quiet restaurants give Cape Cod’s off-season a special glow.

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In this issue: 

  • 65 Best Summer Events
  • The Elusive Promise of the Maine Tides
  • The Easiest Clambake You'll Ever Make

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