Yankee Magazine's May/June 2011 Issue Names 288 "Best of New England Editors' Choice" Winners
“Touching the Dream at Tanglewood,” by Jim Collins (page 22): Yankee goes behind the scenes at the Berkshires’ Tanglewood Music Center, a preeminent summer institute for emerging professional musicians, with Tanglewood Fellow Tema Watstein, who spent last summer studying and performing with the very best.
“The Best 5: Birding Hotspots” (page 30): Tim Gallagher, editor-in-chief of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Living Bird magazine, names his top birdwatching places in New England.
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