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NewEngland.com Provides a Fresh View of New England

NewEngland.com Provides a Fresh View of New England
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  • “Pro Spotlight” showcases the work done by New England’s best artists and photographers. * “Burning Issue” serves as a forum to exchange views on issues and ideas affecting life in New England.
  • At the heart of the online magazine is a comprehensive database of regional information, updated daily. Users can search simple-to-navigate directories covering business, recreation, lodging, restaurants, events, and more to find inside information on hidden gems, products made and grown in New England, and great deals. With the site’s new features in the works, NewEngland.com’s users can enhance their social networks through integrated message boards, feedback, and online viewer profiles.

    NewEngland.com collaborates with a number of institutions including Appalachian Mountain Club, Historic New England, New England Aquarium, Commonwealth Editions, University Press of New England, SnoCountry, Coolidge Corner Theater, the Greater Boston Food Bank, and others.

    For more information, go to: NewEngland.com. For photos, go to myspace.com/newenglanddotcom

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    Note to media: Yankee welcomes the media to interview Ipswich River Media founders Jim Gillespie and John Coulbourn, Yankee Publishing president/CEO Jamie Trowbridge, and Jacqueline Bruno, host of “New England TV.” For more information, contact Heather Atwell.

    About NewEngland.com: Produced by Ipswich River Media in association with Yankee Publishing Inc., NewEngland.com is a subscription-free online magazine featuring the region’s “Six States of Excitement” with fresh, useful, and entertaining content through online videos, articles, essays, and a television program. With a mission to conduct an eco-friendly and socially conscious company, NewEngland.com builds a community grounded in New England’s singular landscape and people.

    About YPI: Yankee Publishing Inc. is an independent media company based in Dublin, New Hampshire. Yankee Magazine (“New England’s Magazine”) was first published in September 1935 and is the only magazine dedicated to New England. The Old Farmer’s Almanac (“Often Imitated but Never Equaled”) is the nation’s oldest continuously produced periodical. Products include The Old Farmer’s Almanac All-Seasons Garden Guide, The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids, YankeeMagazine.com, Almanac.com, Almanac4Kids.com, YankeeFoliage.com, NewEngland.com and various podcasts. The company also produces a wide range of books, calendars, and custom-published products.

    Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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