Yankee Magazine's Foliage Issue Chases Color across New England
“Only in New England,” by Justin Shatwell (page 26): At Harvard University’s annual Ig Nobel Prize ceremony, the brightest minds around (and that’s a high bar in Cambridge) gather to toast the strangest research (of any vintage) selected by the Ig Nobel board from a vast pool of nominations.
“The Best 5: Vermont Country Stores,” (page 30): Travel writer Christina Tree, author of Vermont: An Explorer’s Guide, names the best country stores in Vermont.
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