Yankee Magazine Welcomes Spring
“Here in New England: Home from the Sea” — by Peter Tuttle (page 16): In one form or another, New England’s harborside fish shacks have been sheltering men and their gear over the past five centuries.
“Last One Standing” — by Jim Collins (page 23): John Augustin’s farm stand is more than a local business; it is one of the few places left that give Greenwich, Connecticut residents a feeling of community. When a farm accident took Augustin’s left leg and threatened his existence as a farmer, his neighbors pulled together and showed him what he meant to them.
“Only in New England” — by Justin Shatwell (page 26): Distraught when his wife died, Rush Hawkins had the Annmary Brown Memorial in Providence constructed as a mausoleum and art gallery to honor her memory.
“The Best 5: Nurseries & Garden Centers” — by Tovah Martin (page 28): Author of more than a dozen gardening books, Tovah Martin names the best nurseries and garden centers in New England.
“Knowledge & Wisdom” — by Ian Aldrich (page 31): Kathy Spencer, author of the book How to Shop for Free, spends $4 a week on groceries to feed her family of six. She shares her money-saving tips with Yankee’ s readers.
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