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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 »

Woman Owned Business Day

Woman-Owned Business Day falls on May 1, which is a prime shopping day for Mother’s Day gifts. The... 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 »

Wool Days

The sheep get their yearly old-fashioned shearing during Memorial Day Weekend at Old Sturbridge Village. Visitors can watch... Read More »

World Fish Migration Day

The Amoskeag Fishways and locations around the world celebrate the very first “World Fish Migration Day,” calling attention... Read More »

Write It and They Will Come

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The July/August issue of Yankee features one of the most complex stories we have done during my nearly... Read More »

Writers of the Future

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For eight years I’ve taught magazine writing at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. The class is always... Read More »

Writing Workshop is About Telling Stories

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Over the weekend, I held a writing workshop here at the house. Writers gathered in my living room,... Read More »

Wyman Tavern Plant Sale

Press release Monadnock Garden Club Plant Sale at the Wyman Tavern May 17, 2014 For immediate release: Locally... Read More »

YA author Adi Rule, ‘Strange Sweet Song’

Creativity obviously runs in the family, as Adi Rule (daughter of NH author, humorist, and storyteller Rebecca Rule)... Read More »

Yankee’s New and Improved Best-Ever Blueberry Muffins

Yankee’s New and Improved Best-Ever Blueberry Muffins

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It’s blueberry season and that means it’s time to start baking. Blueberry muffins are a great option—I think... Read More »

Yokelism & the Dangers of Provincialism

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The audience for art is small. The readership for art writing is even smaller. But at the risk... Read More »

Young Scientist Program

Young Scientist Program Session 5 – April 23 – May 14 (4 weeks) Montshire member $115, non-member $125... Read More »

Yummy! Linden Place Museum Annual Summer Arts Camp

A weekday summer camp, for children ages 6-14, focused on the culinary journey around the world through the... Read More »