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A Short History of Nutcrackers

A Short History of Nutcrackers

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European artisans have been carving nutcrackers since the 15th century. Some of the most popular come from eastern... Read More »

Boston’s Hidden Gardens

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There was a time in Boston’s Back Bay and Beacon Hill when the tiny brick-walled spaces behind homes... Read More »

Fenway Gardens: Community Gardening in Boston

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Drivers rolling down Boston’s Boylston Street are sometimes surprised to see — amid the concrete and high-rises —... Read More »

New Hampshire Lake House

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When fall comes to this lakeside family getaway in southern New Hampshire, the new color palette of golds... Read More »

The Nutcracker House

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The 1811 Federalist home of Linda and Richard Harvey, bordered by a white picket fence trimmed with fresh... Read More »