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7th Annual Hillsborough Living History Event

Two years ago you were kind enough to list the Hillsborough Living History Event in your top 10... Read More »

7th annual LEXINGTON OPEN STUDIOS

To view artist’s individual websites, see www.lexingtonopenstudios.org   Come see artists at work in their studios!    ... Read More »

9th Annual Boathouse Tour

Thurs., Aug. 13 – 9th Annual Boathouse Tour. 9am-4pm. (RAIN DATE: Friday 8/14) Visit historic and new boathouses... Read More »

A “Way Out” solution to black flies and more…

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Finally! It’s spring (sort of) in our neck of the woods. And let’s face it, after what seemed... Read More »

A Beautiful Adventure – Songs of Travels and Transformations

Inspired and invigorated by the coming of spring, Social Band, Burlington’s lively band of choristers, sings of journeys,... Read More »

A Catholic View of Art

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Back in May, New York Times art critic Michael Kimmelman, commenting on a coincidence of exhibitions of paintings... Read More »

A Complex, Contradictory, Lovely Place

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I once read in a guidebook: “Of all the natural regions of the United States, New England is... Read More »

A Cornmeal Heirloom

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What I always noticed first when Josie cooked were her hands. Her fingers were slender but gnarled, like... Read More »

A Fall Trail Run

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There are people who hike year-round. I am not one of those people. For me, fall is the... Read More »

A Family Halloween at Billings Farm & Museum

October 25: A Family Halloween Halloween fun for all ages! Doughnuts-on-a-string, pumpkin carving, Halloween tales, wagon rides, and... Read More »

A Glittering Past: Introduction to the History of Jewelry

Join Historic New England Associate Curator Laura Johnson for a workshop about the fascinating history of jewelry from... Read More »

A Green Book and a Stowe Chef

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Ever wish you had staff? Maybe you have staff — I don’t. I had dinner at a friend’s... Read More »

A Harvest of Quilts

The Shoreline Quilting Guild will be holding their 2015 quilt show October 3, 10am-4pm and October 4, 10am-3pm... Read More »

A Harvest of Quilts

A display of 100 quilts by our members, quilting vendors, quilt raffle, member boutique, teacup auction, and quilting... Read More »

A Jazz Celebration of Spring

‘Grab your coat and get your hat, leave your worries on the doorstep ~ rearrange your feet to... Read More »

A Kitchen Story and Oysters

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I have a crush on Bill Buford. For those of you who don’t know his work, he is... Read More »

A Must Read for Skiers: Spalding Gray’s It’s a Slippery Slope

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I miss Spalding Gray. I never knew him personally, but I loved what he wrote. I also miss... Read More »

A Night at the Oscars

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I always watch the Oscars and it usually gets me to thinking about Georgia at this time of... Read More »

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Links

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When I drove down to the Elizabeth Moss Gallery in the Falmouth, Maine, Shopping Center, the show I... Read More »

A Pledge of Better Times, with author Margaret Porter

Margaret Porter presents her 12th novel, A Pledge of Better Times, a sweeping tale of ambition, treachery, and... Read More »

A Prayer on the Day After Christmas

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The time between Christmas and New Year’s is a silent time, a time of grateful stillness. At least... Read More »

A Relaxing Vacation

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With a week and a half off to play, I hoped to trek across New England and ski... Read More »

A Schubertiade Evening

Pre-Concert Talk with Dr. Elizabeth Seitz, 7 PM Dinner with David, 5:45 PM Three highly acclaimed musicians convene... Read More »

A Stash of Perfection

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With a frost warning up, last week I picked all the tomatoes left on the vines. And I... Read More »

A Strawberry Homecoming

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Yesterday, friends came over for supper. Our main course was to be strawberry shortcake. It’s strawberry season here... Read More »

A Summer Flower Show

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As I sit here at the keyboard, my backyard view is of gardens punctuated by deep red bee... Read More »

A Tart and a Riot

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First, on the matter of last week’s ricotta tart, I did make it and the reviews were mixed.... Read More »



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