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Old Saybrook Arts & Crafts Festival

The Old Saybrook Chamber of Commerce is honored to host the 52nd Annual Old Saybrook Arts & Crafts... Read More »

Old Vermont 4th at Billings Farm & Museum

July 4: Old Vermont 4th A patriotic family celebration featuring the reading of the Declaration of Independence, an... Read More »

On-Mountain Ski Food

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You’ve come to expect me to share my outdoor adventure knowledge, and I am not going to change... Read More »

One Day University: A Presidential Breakfast and Discussion

Renowned Brown University Political Science Professor Wendy Schiller will discuss all of the possible candidates for president in... Read More »

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 »

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 »

Outside The Box Free Performing Arts Festival

Outside The Box, Boston’s premier performing arts festival, will return to Boston Common July 14-19, 2915. This free... 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 »

Patty Larkin | Watch the Sky Music Review

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After ten albums and twenty years in the folk scene, Patty Larkin doesn’t have to prove anything to... Read More »

Paul Sullivan

Grammy award winning Paul Sullivan has enjoyed a richly varied and distinguished career as a composer and a... Read More »

Paula Cole

Rockport’s own Paula Cole has won Grammy’s and played sold-out arenas, but always manages to return to her... Read More »

Perils of the Restaurant Reviewer

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I’ve reviewed restaurants that have closed while the magazine was at the printer. It happens. It’s usually a... Read More »

Perusing the Yankee Index

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Yankee has been publishing stories since 1935. Occasionally the need arises for us to go back and find... Read More »

Peter C. Jones: 18 Still Lives

KMR Arts: Gallery in Washington Depot, Connecticut, Showcases Established and Emerging Photographers FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “Peter C. Jones:... Read More »

Peter Serkin and Julia Hsu offer Benefit Concert for Music Mountain

Peter Serkin and Julia Hsu, piano, four-hands, present a special mid-season benefit concert on Sunday afternoon. The following... Read More »

Phil Vassar

Indian Ranch in Webster, MA announced that Phil Vassar will return to the lakeside concert venue on Sunday,... Read More »

Phil Vassar

Phil Vassar’s unbounded energy and limitless talent have proven him, again and again, as one of Nashville’s most... Read More »



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