New England Blogs
For many New Englanders, winter weekends are ripe for outdoor athletics like skiing, snowshoeing, sledding and (on occasion) snow shoveling, but for others (myself included) they're perfect for quiet activities like relaxing, reading, eating, and playing fiercely competitive games of...
Plaster of Paris is not a medium that I've worked with before, so I was curious to see how this Valentine's Day project would turn out. I envisioned hearts made of plaster to which various embellishments could be added for decoration. The...
To celebrate Yankee‘s 80th anniversary in 2015, The Yankee Seeker will spend the year cooking and baking from the vast and colorful Yankee Magazine recipe archives. Will the retro results hold up to today’s tastes? We can’t wait to find...
New Hampshire's Waterville Valley Resort is like a vortex that pulls you in and keeps you there—mostly because there’s no reason to leave. Unlike the 2014 Polar Vortex, however, this is a place where you will want to stay. A...
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In this issue: Winter in Vermont
- Warm Up to Perfect Comfort Food
- Keeping Timeless Crafts Alive
- A Town That Loves Covered Bridges and Artists