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What The Heck Is A Garden Hod?

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An unusual-looking contraption with an equally odd-sounding name, the origins of the word “hod” are uncertain; however, I... Read More »

What There Was Not to Tell

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About ten years ago, I began the process of writing “What There Was Not to Tell,” a book... Read More »

What We Have Lost

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It seems as if we are constantly being reminded of how dangerous this world is, what with bomb... Read More »

When It All Melts Away

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The March/April issue of Yankee Magazine features many of the more positive first signs of spring–maple festivals, swan... Read More »

When Suspicion Meets Science: Examining the Belief in Vampires in CT and New England

The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum is adding to October’s chill with a timely discussion of a real “skull-and-crossbones” scenario and... Read More »

When Thanksgiving Starts in May

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I don’t mind writing the truth about this year’s Thanksgiving: It was great. Half of my family was... Read More »

Where Did This Cheese Come From?

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Spring is becoming more real to me. I know, I know, I’ve been fighting it tooth and nail,... Read More »

White Mountain Quilt Show

The Littleton Quilt Guild Sewflakes will present the 5th Biennial White Mountain Quilt Show on September 27 &... Read More »

Whose Drawings Are They Anyway?

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The history of art has long legitimized the practice of apprentices, assistants, and technicians helping to create the... Read More »

Why I Love Mad River Glen

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I skied Mad River Glen last Saturday. It was magical. The first time I skied Mad River, I... Read More »

Why I Read About Grilling in the Early Spring

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I love this time of year in New England, and I hate this time of year in New... Read More »

Why People Love New England

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A few weeks ago, a reader named Dawn Rigoni left this comment on my blog: “… I’m one... Read More »

Williams Museum Goes Over Niagara Falls

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The Williams College Museum of Art has mounted a series of late fall exhibitions that celebrate and provide... Read More »

Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson, the legendary artist with a six-decade career and 200 plus albums, will perform at Indian Ranch... Read More »

Willimantic’s 3rd Thursday Street Fest

Every third Thursday from May to September, stroll along Main Street, Willimantic amid a background of musical, theatrical,... Read More »

Wind Energy Then and Now Tour

Learn the key role wind power played in the history of Aquidneck Island and the vital part it... Read More »

Windmill Wednesday

Have you always wanted to see the inside of the 1812 Prescott Farm windmill? Now is your chance!... Read More »

Winter is Here

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I am suffering from a tad bit of ski blogger writer’s block because I am conflicted by my... Read More »

Winter Photography Tips

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My most common photographic problem is poor exposure caused by a white sky. Digital cameras often determine exposure... Read More »

Winter Sports and Love

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A good friend of mine met her husband online. It’s a great twenty-first century sort of love story... Read More »

Winter’s Fire

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Farmer Jay has been clearing logs from around the edges of the big field to the southeast of... Read More »

With These Hands: Celebrating Silver

Herring Run Quilt Guild 2014 Quilt Show Raffle Quilt – “Hello Dolley Madison” Over 150 quilts on display,... Read More »

Women of Pop Art

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The Pop Artists of the 1960s used the materials and imagery of popular culture (advertising, comic books, consumer... Read More »

Woodworking Certificate

Yestermorrow’s 11-week Woodworking Certificate program gives amateurs and aspiring professionals a solid grounding in woodworking and furnituremaking techniques,... Read More »

Working Waterfront Festival

An award winning, family friendly event celebrating the history and culture of New England’s commercial fishing industry featuring... Read More »

World of Chocolate

Join the Mariposa Museum & World Culture Center for a special exhibition tracing the historic trail of chocolate... Read More »

World’s Largest Rowing Competition Marks 50th Anniversary with Annual Head Of The Charles Regatta® In Boston

The annual Head Of The Charles Regatta®, presented by BNY Mellon, will mark a momentous milestone this October,... Read More »

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