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Finding Spring Across New England

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Meriden Daffodil Festival (Meriden, CT) April 30-May 1. 203-630-4259; daffodilfest.com Spohr Gardens Daffodil Days (Falmouth, MA) April 30,... Read More »

First Day of Fishing

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The beauty of the West Branch of the Farmington River as it cuts through the northern Connecticut town... Read More »

Food Trails: New England’s Culinary Legacies

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All roads in New England lead to great eating, but our six states and the regions within them... Read More »

For Him and Her

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1. Notch whiskey ($888) is for serious connoisseurs–and they’ll be grateful forever. Triple Eight Distillery, Nantucket, MA. 508-325-5929;... Read More »

For Home

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1. Recycled glass coasters ($80 set of 4) are fun–and protect tables, too. Happy Owl Glassworks, Concord, MA.... Read More »

For Kids

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1. Put a pony under the tree–if it fits in this folding stable ($99.99). Melissa & Doug, Wilton,... Read More »

Fresh From the Orchard: New England Apples

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Few New England seasons are sweeter than the apple harvest. Celebrate with apple recipes from Yankee lifestyle editor... Read More »

Fresh Tracks to Cozy Inns

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We float over an ungroomed trail into a hardwood forest. Wooden trail signs–one for skiing, another for hiking,... Read More »

Funspot Arcade in Laconia, NH

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When Gary Vincent ushers you up to the third floor of Funspot, the world’s largest arcade, in Weirs... Read More »

Ghosts and Haunted Places in New England

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Do you believe in ghosts? New England ghost hunters say two of the most active haunted places in... Read More »

Gifts from the Kitchen

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To give or receive something handmade–especially if it’s edible–feels more in the spirit of the season than any... Read More »

Gifts Made in New England

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Our region is famous for its work ethic and pride in craftsmanship. Here’s Yankee‘s unique gift guide to... Read More »

Gifts You’ll Love (To Buy and Receive)

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The sidewalks of Harvard Square are bustling on this overcast early-December day. Frigid temperatures have everyone moving at... Read More »

Gingerbread Harvest Basket

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When Matthew and Jenny Mead entertain, they like their guests to have a sense of awe when they... Read More »

Glocester, RI: Lydia Walshin

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In early December 2003, Deborah DeBare, executive director of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV) in... Read More »

Grafton Village Cheese

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Since the 1890s, the cheesemakers of Grafton, sponsored by the Windham Foundation (a nonprofit dedicated to promoting rural... Read More »

Grapefruit Pound Cake

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I can’t help but reach for the citrus during these long, gray February days. Grapefruit is in season... Read More »

Great White Sharks in New England | Feeding Frenzy

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On a warm mid-November day I visit Larsen at his store. A steel-gray sky hangs overhead, high winds... Read More »

Guilford

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WHERE TO EAT Cilantro Freshly roasted coffee, plus don’t miss the grilled tomato and mozzarella on eggplant slices.... Read More »

Halloween Collectibles | Antiques

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Halloween is thought of as a quintessentially American holiday that has witnessed mass popularity in the United States... Read More »

Hardwick, Vermont and the New Frontier of Food | How New England Can Save the World

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But we’re used to thinking of local food as more expensive. “Compared with what?” Johnson asks, when a... Read More »

Hatches Harbor

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Take Route 6 all the way out through Provincetown, into Cape Cod National Seashore. Just past the parking... Read More »

Hidden Trails of Cape Cod

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The trails shown here aren’t included in Cape Cod National Seashore literature, but it’s perfectly permissible to walk... Read More »

Historic Inn Resources

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Rates represent late fall/early winter, per night double occupancy, unless otherwide noted. Be sure to call ahead or... Read More »

History: Hard Cider in New England

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Before we had widespread refrigeration, before anyone needed to make a distinction between “sweet” and “hard” cider, all... Read More »

Holiday Countdown

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The Meads like to stretch the season by opening one gift apiece each day during the Twelve Days... Read More »

Home Projects: Sea-Glass Mirror Surround

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PROJECT: Sea-Glass Mirror Surround Beachlovers Holly Rader and Carol Smith-Sloan are longtime friends who share a passion for... Read More »



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