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A Visit to Berlin

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On Wednesday I went up to Berlin, New Hampshire, to give a talk. I’ve been giving these talks... Read More »

A Week in the Life of the Food Editor

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Racking up the miles and the calories is part and parcel of this job, and I confess: I... Read More »

A Writer’s Holiday

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These national holidays — Labor Day, Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Martin Luther King’s Birthday — are an... Read More »

Abandoned Buildings, Manicured Grounds

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There is an old farmhouse on the edge of the town where I live that has stood forlorn... Read More »

Abstraction Based on Observation

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Jon Imber spends part of the year in the city and part of the year in a small... Read More »

African-American Art in Maine

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Maine is not only white with snow this time of year, racially it is also one of the... Read More »

After the Ice

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It took a force of nature unlike what most of us had seen before to change the subject.... Read More »

Agricultural Exhibition

The coming of fall meant the all-important harvest time for 19th-century New Englanders. It is in the spirit... Read More »

Ali Jackson

A drummer of unique versatility with a deeply passionate style, Ali Jackson honors the revered roots of jazz... Read More »

All Around the Common

Captain Bangs Hallet House, Yarmouth New Church, Winslow Crocker House, and the Edward Gorey House are open free... Read More »

Alpin Hong

Pianist Alpin Hong has been called “Victor Borge, Horowitz, and Billy Joel all in one” for his unique... Read More »

Alton Bay Boat Show

The New Hampshire Boat Museum presents an informal, non-judged vintage boat show at the Alton Bay town dock... Read More »

American Field

American Field is a pop-up exhibition & market featuring the best of U.S. made clothing, accessories, goods, furniture,... Read More »

American Music and Harvest Festival

Stop by Historic New England’s SPL Farm to celebrate music from tavern songs of the seventeenth century to... Read More »

An Ecumenical Pilgrimage to Holy Cross

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In this day and age when religious extremism threatens us both at home and abroad, it is both... Read More »

An Elegant Ensemble of Encaustic

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First, let me confess that in 30 years of writing about art in Maine and New England, I... Read More »

An Evening of Illumination

The annual Evening of Illumination is the one time each year visitors can experience an evening in the... Read More »

An Evening with Champions

The 44th annual An Evening with Champions will take place at 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 19 and... Read More »

Anais Mitchell | The Brightness

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For all the Yankee readers who pine for the days when poetry graced our pages (and I count... Read More »

Annual Codman Estate Fine Arts and Crafts show

The 32nd Annual Codman Estate show features the work of more than 100 local artisans. Items include wooden... Read More »

Annual River Glow

This event features thirty- seven floating bonfires on the Pawcatuck River. Live music, fire juggling, face painting, dancing,... Read More »

Annual Roseland Cottage Fine Arts and Crafts Show

Historic New England’s 32nd Annual Roseland Cottage Fine Arts and Crafts Show is one of the leading juried... Read More »

Anthony de Mare- Liaisons: Re-imagining Sondheim from the Piano

Anthony de Mare is widely recognized as one of the world’s most versatile pianists. His recording Liaisons was... Read More »

Antique Tractor Day at Billings Farm & Museum

August 3: Antique Tractor Day – Tractors made between 1930 and the 1960s will be displayed from 10:00... Read More »

Antiques Show

WETHERSFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANTIQUES SHOW, Saturday, November 22, 2014. Our fourteenth annual show, sponsored by Wethersfield Historical Society,... Read More »

Apocalypse Maine

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Biennial art exhibitions, whether by invitation only or juried shows open to all, have become waypoints on the... Read More »

Apple Days

Old Sturbridge Village presents a weekend full of apple-related activities, including apple picking 1830s-style, orchard tours, and cider-making... Read More »



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