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Sunday River Ski Resort Opens First in East

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Sunday River in Bethel, Maine, won the honor of first ski area to open in the East with... Read More »

Sunset Cruises!

Are you looking for the quintessential New England shoreline experience this summer? The Essex Steam Train & Riverboat... Read More »

Surf’s Up in Newport

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Photographers love subcultures. Show me an identifiable subculture – gypsies, migrant workers, drug addicts, strippers, veterans, artists, musicians,... Read More »

Susan Shatter’s Watery World of Watercolor

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Susan Shatter ranks among the best contemporary American watercolor painters. Other than Andrew Wyeth, I can’t think of... Read More »

Swimming Against the Tide in Pin Curls and Crinoline

Susan Campbell, author of Tempest-Tossed The Spirit of Isabella Beecher Hooker, discusses the noted abolitionist, suffragette and spiritualist.... Read More »


For the 13th year in a row, SYLVANIA will sponsor the fall Cup race at NHMS in the... Read More »

Take Great Ski Photos with These Tips

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When I was young I dreamed that, one day, I would become a ski model for a Warren... Read More »

Tales of Mud Season

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Last Friday evening was a fine one with a hint of warmth and the sun sinking into a... Read More »

Tank Farm as Work of Art

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Jean Maginnis, founder and executive director of the non-profit Maine Center for Creativity, was out bicycling in South... Read More »

Taste of Block Island

Come visit Block Island September 25 – September 27th for the “6th Annual Taste of Block Island.” Over... Read More »

Taste of the Valley and “Iron Chef” Competition

Join us for the Vermont Festival of the Art’s signature event at the stunning Lincoln Peak Village. Local... Read More »

Tea with Miss Constance

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea with Historic New England in the carriage house at Roseland Cottage and learn... Read More »


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Textile Weekend: Everyday Elegance: Early 19th Century Clothing for Ladies and Gentlemen

Each year, Old Sturbridge Village explores a different aspect of 19th-century textiles. This year will focus on everyday... Read More »

Thanksgiving Day Tips | Preparing for the Big Feast

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The big feast is just around the corner! To help make your holiday fun and something you can... Read More »

Thanksgiving in June

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Today, I’m experiencing what I refer to as “Yankee spin.” As a monthly magazine, we can’t turn information... Read More »

Thanksgiving Weekend at Billings Farm & Museum

Thanksgiving Weekend – November 27- 29: The tradition of celebratory feasts for a bountiful harvest spans cultures, continents,... 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 25th Annual Falmouth Walk

The Falmouth Walk is an annual fundraiser event for local Falmouth charities. The scenic 3.2 mile route starts... 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 Amoskeag Manufacturing Company – A History of Enterprise on the Merrimack River

A presentation on the history of enterprise on the Merrimack River! The Amoskeag Manufacturing Company experienced extraordinary growth... 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 Baseball

Youth baseball and softball players, coaches, fans, and families are admitted free to the Museum to visit The... 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 »

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