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One of my Favorite Traditions

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Once a year, I go with a group of friends to Duxbury, Massachusetts, to visit the farmers of... Read More »

Open House at the Christopher Townsend House

Not normally open to the public, come enjoy the chance to explore this remarkable home and the legacy... Read More »

Open House: Justin Smith Morrill Homestead

Featuring live music on the Morrill Homestead veranda (2:00pm) and a dynamic presentation of “Vermont Wildlife: Live Animal... Read More »

Opening Day at Billings Farm & Museum

May 1: Opening Day – 33rd Season! Horse-drawn wagon rides and free ice cream. Farm programs and activities... Read More »

Opening Reception Treasured Places, Protected Spaces with special guest Electric Earth Orchestra

From Hinsdale to Hillsborough and Walpole to Wilton, hundreds of tracts of land have been conserved in the... Read More »

Opening Reception | Lowell As We See It: A Juried Members’ Exhibit

The Whistler House Museum of Art invites all member artists to submit artwork using the city of Lowell... Read More »

Opening Weekend at Smith’s Castle

Noon – 4 p.m. Historical reenactors from New England states camp along Mill Cove and offer demonstrations of... Read More »

Opera Company of Middlebury Meet the Singers in “Turandot”

Come hear the fine professional singers who will be featured in Opera Company of Middlebury’s production of “Turandot”... Read More »

Opera Company of Middlebury presents Turandot

Opera Company of Middlebury opens its 13th season with Giacomo Puccini’s Turandot. The professional cast and orchestra are... Read More »

Opera Company of Middlebury Special Performance of “Turandot”

Opera Company of Middlebury opens its 13th season with a sspecial performance of “Turandot”, Giacomo Puccini’s final opera,... Read More »

Opera Company of Middlebury Young Artists in Recital

Opera Company of Middlebury presents a recital by the participants of this year’s Young Artist Program, an apprenticeship... Read More »

Orleans Historical Society’s Annual Antique Show

June 6 Find treasures that you will enjoy for a lifetime at the Orleans Historical Society’s Annual Antique... Read More »

Orleans Improvement Association “A Garden is a Treasure”

Six lovely gardens will be on display. Representatives from the Master Gardener Association of Cape Cod will be... Read More »

Our 18th Century Heroes and Hell-Raisers and How They Affect Us Today

Evening Lecture: Historian Chip Griffin reflects on the profound influence and legends surrounding Maine’s early Scots-Irish settlers. 7:30... Read More »

Out of the Zone

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Spring came in a rush, a tumble of images. A month ago, I saw a bear amble across... Read More »

Out of This World

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For 20 years the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts, mounted annual exhibitions that took the... Read More »

Outfitting (Light) for Winter Photography

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I just finished reading an article about outfitting for a winter expedition in my favorite photography magazine, and... Read More »

Oven-Fired BlackBerry and Bunny Hops

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A recent trip to my friend Kristen’s parents’ home in Falmouth, Massachusetts, was a food and cooking getaway,... Read More »

Painterly Sleight of Hand in New Britain

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John Haberle once painted a $10 bill with such verisimilitude that a critic of his day insisted it... Read More »

Painting Fabric Patterns in Portland

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Alice Spencer has been an important member of the Portland, Maine, arts community for 30 years. In addition... Read More »

Paintings, Photographs, and Projects Galore

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The seventh edition of the Portland Museum of Art Biennial, which began in 1998, features 65 works by... Read More »

Pansies Still in Bloom

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The first snow appeared on Mt. Monadnock this morning, the dark profile arching white in the morning’s new... Read More »

Paper Trails

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I’m one of those people who keep things long after I’ve ceased to need them. For instance, my... Read More »

Paradise Lost

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In June, I am heading to Iceland, a long awaited return to a country that I love. I... Read More »

Paris Picks | The Best Restaurants and Bakeries

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I’m taking a step away from the usual recipes today because I just got back from a trip... Read More »

Party in the Park

Boston’s high society will be in full force at the 2015 Party in the Park, widely considered the... Read More »

Party with the Planet

This April vacation, don’t miss out on a party as big and green as the Earth itself! This... Read More »



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