May/June 2010 Travel Guide Names 312 Best of New England - - Editors' Choice Winners
“First Light,” by Jim Collins (page 20): “Keeping a Classic Alive” examines the birth and longevity of wood-and-canvas canoes.
“Knowledge & Wisdom” (page 30): Tom Seymour, whose newest book and DVD, Wild Plants of Maine, were released this spring, explains how to find edible wild spring plants.
Online at YankeeMagazine.com/75, read favorite classic stories, including the best articles on adventure (Mondays), history (Tuesdays), food and recipes (Wednesdays), people and places (Thursdays), and “three-minute reads” (Fridays). 2010 marks Yankee Magazine’s 75th year as New England’s magazine, fulfilling founder Robb Sagendorph’s gut feeling that the six-state region should have a magazine of its own, “for Yankee readers, by Yankee writers, and about Yankeedom.” Other online exclusives celebrating Yankee Magazine’s milestone include mystery photo contests, New England trivia quizzes, a slide show of Yankee’s most beloved covers, a new blog about “what Yankee means to me,” and a video version of the monthly musings of editor-in-chief and New England icon Jud Hale.
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