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Let’s Hear It for Local Yokels!

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Three years ago, on March 6, 2008, I called your attention to Boston Phoenix art critic Greg Cook’s... Read More »


The Bradford Area Community Center together with The Union Congregational Society are proud to sponsor the 22nd annual... Read More »

Lexington Fife & Drum Muster

Looking for a uniquely New England Experience? Come to the Lexington Fife & Drum Muster and experience the... Read More »

Lexington Fife & Drum Tattoo on the Battle Green

Hear the historic music of our country by lantern-light on the Lexington Battle Green, the place where the... Read More »

Lexington Symphony Presents “European Delights”

Guest conductor David Hoose leads Lexington Symphony in an adventurous sampling of European musical fare. The appetizer for... Read More »

Life, Death, and Magazines at the CRMA Conference

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What do you get when you fill a hotel ballroom with magazine editors? A whole lot of doubt,... Read More »

Like Breath on Glass

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When I was doing graduate work at Simmons College back in the early 1970s, I often spent my... Read More »

Linden Place Mansion’s Annual Fourth of July Parade Picnic

Linden Place, an 1810 Federal mansion in the heart of Bristol, RI will be hosting its Annual Fourth... Read More »

Lissa Schneckenburger | Song Music Review

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Fiddle virtuoso Lissa Schneckenburger’s latest album Song is, in a word, unexpected. The album is clearly a labor... Read More »

Little City Yard Sale

Dozens of yard sales all around the city, plus on the City Green. Official map will be available... Read More »

Little Compton Historic House Tour

The Little Compton Historical Society will host a historic house tour featuring ten private homes. Together the farm... Read More »

Livingston Taylor

From upbeat storytelling to touching ballads, Livingston Taylor is known for his ability to take audiences on a... Read More »

Loads of Good Eating

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I’ve been remiss in keeping in touch via this blog – I’ve just been so busy! Lots of... Read More »

Lounge Music at the Gateways Inn & Restaurant

Join us for some live music at the Gateways Inn & Restaurant Lounge from Thursdays to Sundays in... Read More »

Lower Cape Home & Garden Expo

The Chambers of Commerce of the towns of Harwich, Brewster, Chatham, Orleans and Eastham have gotten together to... Read More »

Lupine Festival Art & Antique show

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Lush Life at the Lamont Gallery

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March... Read More »

Made in NH Expo

New Hampshire’s Premier Expo Celebrating its 20th Anniversary! The Made In NH “Try It & Buy It” Expo... Read More »

Maine Art New

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Though only a handful of readers may have noticed, Just Looking is now being posted every two weeks... Read More »

Maine Forestry Museum’s Logging Festival

Maine Forestry Museum located in Rangeley hosts the 35th annual Logging Festival. Events begin with burying of the... Read More »

Maine in the Abstract

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Last week I was contacted by the Abbeville Press’s Abbeville Manual of Style to do an on-line interview... Read More »

Maine Masterpieces at $20 Each

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Twice in recent months I have been privileged to provide introductory remarks before the public showing of videos... Read More »

Maine Modern

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Carol A. Wilson is the only architect in Maine who is a Fellow of the American Institute of... Read More »

Maine Quilt Show

Maine Quilts July 24-26, 2015. Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Maine. Champagne Reception Thursday, July 23, 7–9 pm. Friday... Read More »

Maine Reflections

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In Maine, virgin soil is still tilled as I walk; oxen strain to pull a large fieldstone from... Read More »

Maintaining a Blog is Hard Work

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As I go through the ins and outs of my sometimes exciting, mostly mundane life, something will happen... Read More »

Make a Terrarium

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Bring the wonder of nature into your home by creating a terrarium. These miniature, self contained eco-systems not... Read More »

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