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Thanksgiving Weekend at Billings Farm & Museum

Thanksgiving Weekend – November 28- 30 – The tradition of celebratory feasts for a bountiful harvest spans cultures,... Read More »

That 70s Show

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Like Pat Steir (Just Looking, Feb. 18, 2010), the artist whose show preceded hers at the Rhode Island... Read More »

That Is Real Skiing

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This new year might be off to a good start for two reasons: My ski blog is finally... Read More »

The 19th Annual Castleberry Faire

A New England Tradition continues … The crafters are back in a big way for the 19th Annual... Read More »

The 5 Best, Surefire Ways to Break into Yankee

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“How do I break into Yankee?” I hear that question over and over from hopeful writers. Through the... Read More »

The Addison Gets a Makeover

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No one has ever been able to satisfactorily explain to me why a traditional New England prep school... Read More »

The Afterlife of Art

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When painter Carlo Pittore died in 2005 at the age of 62, he left behind a lifetime of... Read More »

The Art of Appropriation

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The art of appropriation, the practice of using someone else’s work as an element of your own, has... Read More »

The Art of Katahdin and Conservation

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The Bates College Museum of Art is currently featuring two exhibitions of art in the form of environmental... Read More »

The Bluebirds of Wall Street

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The news on the television is pretty grim these days. I’ve decided not to watch. I have moved... Read More »

The Boston Camerata Presents “Daniel XXI – The Play of Daniel”

The prophecies, tribulations, and triumph of the young Biblical hero Daniel, as retold in music from medieval Beauvais... Read More »

The Boston Camerata Presents “Daniel XXI – The Play of Daniel”

The prophecies, tribulations, and triumph of the young Biblical hero Daniel, as retold in music from medieval Beauvais... Read More »

The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Live at the Latchis

The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, one of New England’s most celebrated community based choruses, will perform Live at... Read More »

The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Live at the Latchis

The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, one of New England’s most celebrated community based choruses, will perform Live at... Read More »

The Brown Sisters Come to Boston

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For reasons I’ve never quite understood, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston rarely has exhibitions that interest... Read More »

The Business of Art

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Art galleries tend to come and go with the economy. When I first started looking at contemporary art... Read More »

The Cape House

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The corner house on Cove Street was a castle atop a hill. Overlooking the bay, it was a... Read More »

The Capitol Steps

You’ve seen and heard them on NPR, NBC, PBS, and ABC. Now see them live! The Capitol Steps... Read More »

The Center of Town

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A snow squall came whipping in this afternoon, pretty much out of nowhere. Whiteness blanked the mountain. A... Read More »

The Cocktail Hour at The Public Theatre

The Cocktail Hour by A.R. Gurney Oct 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26 – 2014 Thurs/Fri –... Read More »

The Craftworkers’ Guild Holiday Craft Shop 2014

Friday, November 28th through Sunday, December 21nd, 2014. Open daily 10am-4pm. Free admission and parking. Over 60 juried... Read More »

The Deadline Season Begins

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I am really glad my blog is about the outdoors and that the only sport I do where... Read More »

The Dear Old Computer

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Yesterday my computer crashed. I hate that sentence and all the possibilities that it implies. I was sending... Read More »

The Death of Stephen Huneck

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I am haunted by the death of Stephen Huneck, a wonderful and unique Vermont artist who died this... Read More »

The DeCordova Gets Tired

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Forgive the tired pun of the title. When it comes to sculptor Chakaia Booker’s art, it’s hard to... Read More »

The Drama of It All

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March is usually snowstorms and mud, mud and snowstorms but this March has been warmth, thaw, and mud.... Read More »

The End of No Summer

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It is the end of summer, a strange thing to say since some of us feel there never... Read More »



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