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Arts of War exhibition at the Peabody Museum, Harvard

War has been an attribute of human cultures throughout time, and weapons are crafted with a practical, deadly... Read More »

As Others See Us

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A figurative painting tends to be a representation of an unidentified person, a generalized image of the human... Read More »

Astronomy Family Day.

Activities and crafts for everyone focusing on the stars and planets! STARLAB Planetarium will run continuous shows throughout... Read More »

Autumn Wagon Ride Weekend at Billings Farm & Museum

October 17 & 18: Autumn Wagon Ride Weekend Narrated horse-drawn wagon rides around the Billings’ fields during the... Read More »

Away for the Weekend

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I went last weekend to a high school reunion — a very unusual reunion which I will write... Read More »

Baby Animal Day at Billings Farm & Museum

April 4: Baby Animal Day Meet the farm’s newest additions during family-centered programs with our lambs, chicks, and... Read More »

Bad Excuses Not to Ski

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As an official ski blog writer, I probably should have been skiing at least once already. This is... Read More »

Be My Valentine – Weekend Getaway

Spend two nights at the beautiful Snowvillage Inn for Valentine’s Day. We offer the ideal setting for relaxation... Read More »

BeauSoleil avec Michael Ducet

As the preeminent Cajun band in the world, BeauSoleil has been generously exporting the rich musical traditions of... Read More »

Bella Voce | Now Let Us Sing

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This album definitely fits the bill of local music. Bella Voce, a professional women’s choir in Vermont, teamed... Read More »

Below Zero, Not so Cold

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A week or so ago, I woke up to remember that I had forgotten to buy milk on... Read More »

Bennington Quiltfest 2015

Quiet Valley Quilters are hosting the Bennington Quiltfest again this year at the MtAnthony Middle School at 747... Read More »

Best Art Blogs in New England

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My limited experience with news blogs has given me the impression that they’re wild and lawless places where... Read More »

Best Dog

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We are all excited about the passing of this winter in particular because of an ice storm that... Read More »

Best Garden Ornaments & Furniture | 2014 Home & Garden Awards

Best Garden Ornaments & Furniture | 2014 Home & Garden Awards

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With your garden planted and blooming, it’s time to add the finishing touches! From colorful pots and picket... Read More »

Best Places in Nantucket

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Just back from some R&R on my favorite island, Nantucket. I’ve been going since I was a kid.... Read More »

Best Snow Resorts for Families

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The first wave of ski excitement started appearing a few weeks ago. It’s usually inspired by the change... Read More »

Billy Childs Quartet

A tremendous jazz pianist with a seemingly boundless curiosity and adventurous spirit, Billy Childs plays and composes in... Read More »

Bird Mancini | Funny Day Music Review

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I really didn’t know what to make of Boston-based Bird Mancini when they slid their last album across... Read More »

Birds of the World gallery

Boasting over 10,000 species, birds are the most diverse land vertebrates on the planet, surpassing the biological diversity... Read More »

Bits of Sea in Concord

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Unbeknownst to both of us, I played a small part in the development of painter John Bonner’s career.... Read More »

Black on White, Ink on Paper

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The debut of Evolution of a Shared Vision: The David and Barbara Stahl Collection at the Currier Museum... Read More »

Black Womanhood at the Hood

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Back in 2001, while preparing a cover profile of her for the Boston Globe Magazine, I had the... Read More »

Blowing Up Maine

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A decade ago, Scottish painter Peter Davies painted two famous paintings “The Hot One Hundred” and “The Hip... Read More »

Blue Heaven

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On hot mornings like this one, I start early when it’s still (relatively) cool. Last weekend, I planted... Read More »

Blue: The Sky’s the Limit Fine Craft Exhibition

Among the spectrum of colors, blue is the most popular, symbolizing trust, responsibility, wisdom, and tranquility. The latest... Read More »

Blue: The Sky’s the Limit Fine Craft Exhibition

Among the spectrum of colors, blue is the most popular, symbolizing trust, responsibility, wisdom, and tranquility. The latest... Read More »



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