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The Rise and Fall of Eddie Perez

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The Rise and Fall of Eddie Perez Hartford’s Mayor on the Hot Seat I don’t know Eddie Perez,... Read More »

The Rise and Fall of October

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All this talk about the stock market and its fickle fortunes reminded me of this column I wrote... Read More »

The Shad Shack Lives!

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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the woman who wrote to me to tell me of... Read More »

The Shelburne Pops a Wheelie

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Back in 1998, entrepreneurial museum director Thomas Krens created something of an art world sensation when he filled... Read More »

The Stairs Below: The Mansion’s Domestic Servants, 1868-1938

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For the first time in the history of the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum, its Servants’ Quarters will open to... Read More »

The Strange Beauty of Linden Frederick’s Maine

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In the 20th century, skillful, exacting imitation of appearances tended to fall from artistic grace as photography displaced... Read More »

The Streets of Hartford

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Ever wondered how Hartford streets got their names? Patrick Haggerty will lead this fascinating tour highlighting Cedar Hill... Read More »

The Sweet Smell of March

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I went off on a bit of a chase for spring on Friday, without really knowing that was... Read More »

The Up Side to Recession

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Recently I brought some pants in to Jane’s in Stitches, a tiny nook of a place on a... Read More »

The Waifs

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Heroes in their native Australia, the veteran folk rockers known as The Waifs have made significant progress carving... Read More »

Thermoplastic Downeast

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The Tides Institute and Museum of Art in Eastport, Maine, has been having a 1970s summer. The exhibition... Read More »

This Is Still Life

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The most intriguing object in the Objects of Wonder: Four Centuries of Still Life from the Norton Museum... Read More »

Thos. Moser: Legacy in Wood Exhibit

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Thomas Moser’s exhibit – Thos. Moser: Legacy in Wood – is opening at Waterbury’s Mattatuck Museum on March... Read More »

Three Days at Yale

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“The first time I came here, I left my car running in case I wanted to leave immediately,”... Read More »

Three Visions in Rockport

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The old fire barn that houses the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in the village of Rockport, Maine,... Read More »

Tim Sample

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The performance begins at 7:30 PM. The doors for seating will open at 7:00 PM. Advance tickets $20,... Read More »

Time Passes Photographically in Boston

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A photograph is essentially a split second in time captured on film or digitally, a record of what... Read More »

Time to Go Apple Picking

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Just the thought of biting into a freshly picked Empire makes me salivate. I am not alone. This... Read More »

Tips for Teaching Young Kids to Ski

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There are certain childhood memories that stand out. One for me was counting my turns as I skied... Read More »

To Blog or Not to Blog

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I have been blogging now for almost two and a half years. As a writer, I wasn’t sure... Read More »

To the Lake at Last

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This has been a strange summer, cold and rainy. I have a particular fleece jacket that I wear... Read More »

Tough Mudder New England

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As I trekked around the sprawling snow free, mud streaked landscape of Vermont’s Mount Snow last Sunday, I... Read More »

Tour Boston on a Bike with Urban AdvenTours

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Back in 2004, Andrew Prescott decided to stop working as an accountant. He founded Urban AdvenTours, a Boston... Read More »

Townsend Historical Society’s 35th Annual Arts and Crafts Fair

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A weekend on the historic town common filled with the work of talented artisans and crafters available to... Read More »

Trash the Trash

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My fiancée Samantha Smith and I recently became one of three finalist couples for Clay Hill Farm’s Green... Read More »

Travel by Train in Vermont

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I love a good deal. I love Vermont. And I love traveling by train. And now, thanks to... Read More »

Tree Buffs Tour

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Tree expert John Kehoe leads this 2-mile walk featuring Cedar Hill Cemetery’s rare and notable trees. The tour,... Read More »



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