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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 »

Phantom of the Opera (1925)

Silent film with live music by Jeff Rapsis Long before Andrew Lloyd Webber created the hit stage musical,... 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 »

Phillips Academy’s Addison Gallery

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An elite New England prep school might not be the place you’d expect to find one of the... Read More »

Photo Salon for the Exchange of Ideas

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Photography is the hottest medium in the art world at the moment and has been now for almost... Read More »

Photo Show 36 and MAAd Men of Mystic Exhibition

MAAd Men of Mystic is an upcoming exhibition featuring three artists; John Gregoropoulos, Anothony Terenzio, and Paul Zelanski,... Read More »

Photographing Red Foxes

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I consider myself a naturalist, and I’ve found myself on a continuous quest to learn about and to... Read More »

Photographs by the Book

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Just in time for back-to-school, the Portland Museum of Art is hosting “Andr Read More »

Photography Show

Gallery 53, 53 Colony St. Meriden, will host a Photography exhibit August 9 – 23. Receiving will be... Read More »

Pillars of the People: National Statuary Hall & the Virtues of the 50 States

Dr. Barbara Wolanin—Curator for the Architect of the Capitol in Washington, D.C. and author of numerous books about... Read More »

Pirates at Pemaquid!

Living history presenter and local author James Nelson re-creates the infamous Dixie Bull who attacked and sacked Pemaquid... Read More »

Pittsburg Old Home Day

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Planning Ahead: A Winter Day in the Kitchen

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During our weekly editorial meeting my boss, Yankee‘s editor, Mel Allen, was sparking our creativity, trying to get... Read More »

Plant Propagation: Start New Plants from Cuttings

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Not all plants come from seeds or bulbs. Most houseplants can be easily divided to create more plants.... Read More »

Poems and Paintings

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Editors Note: This week we have a special treat. Along with two poems by Elizabeth Potter, we also... Read More »

Poetry for the Moment

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Last Friday, five poets gathered at the Chesham Church, the place of the art show, the place where... Read More »

Poetry of Claire Hersom

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Anadama Bread   Winter was the worst. The farm windows iced inside, wind howled down off the upper... Read More »

Poetry of K. A. Markee

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The Blind On Sundays too he would rise before dawn and brew a pot of coffee over the... Read More »

Poetry Society of New Hampshire – Alice Fogel & Patrice Pinette

The Poetry Society of New Hampshire meets at Gibson’s Bookstore on the third Wednesday of every month. Our... Read More »

Poetry Society of New Hampshire – Yogurt Polyphony

The Poetry Society of New Hampshire meets at Gibson’s Bookstore every month. The headliners this month are Yogurt... Read More »

Pooch-A-Palooza

Don’t miss the most fantastic outdoor dog festival in New England! Pooch-A-Palooza will be held at the Topsfield... Read More »

Portals: New Works by Maya Best

“Portals: New Works by Maya Best” at Frost Farm Gallery. Opening reception, meet and greet the artist on... Read More »

Portland Chamber Music Festival Free Children’s Concert

Program TBA The Portland Chamber Music Festival’s annual Children’s Concert provides local children exposure to excellent live chamber... Read More »

Portland Chamber Music Festival Opening Night: Stravinsky, Harold Meltzer and Tchaikovsky

PCMF oboist Peggy Pearson brings us her own arrangement of Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite to kick off our 21st... Read More »

Portland Chamber Music Festival: Boccherini, Copland and Elgar

Though Copland and Elgar are best known for their symphonic repertoire, both composed masterful works on a more... Read More »



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