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Spring Newport Secret Garden Tour

Join us June 26-28 for self-guided walking tours of private gardens located in historic Newport, Rhode Island. Each... Read More »

Spring Paradise City Arts Festival

On Memorial Day Weekend come to a world-class arts festival right in the cultural heart of New England.... Read More »

Squash Sticky Buns | Food Comforts

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I live in Brookline,  Massachusetts, which puts me about 3 miles from the site of this week’s Boston... Read More »

St. Peter’s Fiesta

The St. Peter’s Fiesta has long attracted visitors from all over the country. It is an annual celebration... Read More »

Stamped Mail

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A lot of letters come to me, all kinds of letters. I often read that the handwritten letter... Read More »

Starving off the Land: Figuring out first-hand food

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I always thought of myself as a city mouse, but it wasn’t until I left Manhattan for a... Read More »

Steep Canyon Rangers

“True bluegrass, when done well, is a thing of art and the Steep Canyon Rangers are the genre’s... Read More »

Stone Wall Workshop

Learn to build and repair traditional stone walls in this hands-on experience. Join master class instructors Chris and... Read More »

Stratford Shakespeare Festival in HD: Antony and Cleopatra

Reason and judgment prove no match for the tsunami of mutual passion engulfing Mark Antony, one of the... Read More »

Strawberries in February?

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This is no place for the horrifying details that led to 143 million pounds of beef being recalled... Read More »

Sturbridge PMC Kids Ride

PMC Kids Rides became an official PMC program in 2005 as a way to include young cyclists in... Read More »

Succulents: Care and Display Tips

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Succulents are not your typical houseplant. Sought after for their unique texture, colors, variety and versatility, they add... Read More »

Summer Adventures Are Not Over Yet

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Summer always goes by in a flash. This summer is no exception and I have some solid proof.... Read More »

Summer Arts Camp for Kids at Linden Place Museum

This weekday camp, for ages 6-14, is focused on the arts and gives children a chance to be... Read More »

Summer Concert Series

The Church of The Pilgrimage, 8 Town Square, Plymouth, Mass. Is hosting its twenty-fourth annual, free Tuesday night... Read More »

Summer Concert series

Music concerts will be held in Buck’s Harbor at the Brooksville United Methodist Church. 713 Coastal Rd., Brooksville,... Read More »

Summer in Brewster Arts and Craft Festival

The Brewster Summer Arts and Craft Festival will be held at Drummer Boy Park on Route 6A, in... Read More »

Summer Kick-Off Pig Roast at Maine Huts & Trails

Join us at Stratton Brook Hut on Saturday, July 11th to celebrate the start of the summer season... Read More »

Summer Kick-Off Trail Work Day at Maine Huts & Trails

Let’s get our hands dirty and have some fun! Join Maine Huts & Trails and Carrabassett Region Nemba... Read More »

Summer Place

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A burnt house stood deep in the woods near my childhood Connecticut home. During the summers of the... Read More »

Summer Pool Parties

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I have been waiting (not so patiently) for summer weather to arrive, and finally it has. It’s here.... Read More »

Summer Programs at Brookline Music School

Join us this summer and discover the music in you! Babies and toddlers flourish in our First Steps... Read More »

Summer Solstice Craft Festival on the Plains

The picturesque Kingston Plains along Main Street in Kingston, NH will host the Summer Solstice Craft Festival on... Read More »

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 »

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 »

Swedish Midsummer

Swedes and friends gather to decorate the Midsommar Pole with wild flowers, accompanied by musicians and good food.... Read More »

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