Yankee Magazine's September/October Issue Celebrates What New England Does Best: Fall Foliage
“Hope for Rosie” — by Mel Allen (page 14): In the small town of Hope, Maine, a community rallies behind the improbable dream of a sanctuary for injured circus elephants.
“Caretakers of Hallowed Ground” — by Jim Collins (page 19): Forest Lodge, on the banks of Manie’s Rapid River, inspired Louise Dickinson Rich’s bestselling 1942 book We Took to the Woods. The property is now for sale, and the current owner hopes that whoever buys it will continue to honor its legacy.
“How to Sound Like a New Englander” — by Ian Aldrich (page 26): Thom Jones, the director of voice and speech for Trinity Rep and the Brown University acting program, shares the interesting nuances of different New England dialects.
“Local Treasure” — by Justin Shatwell (page 30): Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is the final resting place of many of the region’s most notable artists, scientists, writers, and reformers.
“The Best 5: Cabins & Cottages” — by Bethany Ericson (page 28): The author of New England Cabins & Cottages names the best places to stay during the fall foliage time-frame.
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