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Jewelry maker Michael Michaud of Fairfield, Connecticut, has designed a collection called Falling Leaves, featuring maple, oak, and... Read More »

7. It’s Not Just About the Leaves

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Fall is also harvest time — that time of year when we visit New England’s apple orchards, pumpkin... Read More »

75 years of Yankee

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$50 weekly salary paid to Yankee‘s new assistant editor (now editor-in-chief), Judson Hale, in 1958 267 number of... Read More »

8. From the Air

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That’s right… No one ever said the only way to see color was from eye level. Get the... Read More »

9. Behind the Wheel

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Use Bethel, Maine, as your starting and ending point. Head west on Route 2, then turn south on... Read More »

9/11 Started Here | Yankee Classic

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After all those years working the dawn flights at Logan, and then for 16 more at Portland, Mike... Read More »

Jeopardy! Features Yankee Magazine as a Category on September 17th

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Yankee Magazine will be a category on Jeopardy!, the most honored quiz show in television history, on Friday,... Read More »

Yankee Classic: Ghost Town

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Yankee Classic from Mysterious New England, 1971 Here is a tragedy so heinous, a mystery so unfathomable, an... Read More »

Yankee Classic: Life on an Oil Rig

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From Yankee Magazine April 1981 Working on an offshore drilling rig is a demanding and dangerous profession. Author... Read More »

Mayflower II | Local Treasure

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  The ship that carried the Pilgrims has been long lost to history, but its recreation — the Mayflower... Read More »

Yankee Classic: Love Letters at the Waybury Inn

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Nobody remembers when the desk first came to the Waybury Inn. The East Middlebury, Vermont, landmark has been... Read More »

A Bang for Your Buck in the Berkshires | How New England Can Change the World

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How New England Can Save the World, Part IIII in a series Part I: 2011 Biathalon World Cup:... Read More »

A Beautiful Blade

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A paddle is a canoeist’s best friend; a good one delivers a powerful stroke with ease. This native... Read More »

A Bicycle Built for You

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A bike is a bike, right? Not so for Seven Cycles. Each bicycle — mountain or road —... Read More »

A Brief History

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7000 B.C. The first maples appear on the New England landscape. New Jersey tourists soon follow. September 1818... Read More »

A Comfortable Truth

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We first walked the land in late October 1997. It was raining. It was cold. We wore rubber... Read More »

A Half-Billion Years in the Making

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Conflict is nothing new to Swanton Red marble, as the rock itself was born of a cataclysmic continental... Read More »

A Helluva Feller

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39 A Helluva Feller “Attention please, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to Fenway Park.” That was... Read More »

A Logger’s Life | First Light

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Behind the romance of curling woodsmoke, being a logger is one tough profession. Our wood chart shows you... Read More »

A Lyrical Line

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C. H. Becksvoort of New Gloucester, Maine. It’s a name synonymous with high-quality Shaker-style furniture. Chris Becksvoort uses... Read More »

A Mother’s Impact

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“My mom was born into the war in Germany, survived that, and raised four kids as a single... Read More »

A Night of Jazz | Mary’s Farm

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A thin breeze blew up off the lake as I parked in front of the old manse. It... Read More »

A Performing Elephant Never Forgets | Only in New England

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Queenie came into my life in March 1953, when she was 9 months old and I was 8... Read More »

A Pilgrim Primer

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English Separatists, a wing of the new Puritan movement, had fled oppression at home and found refuge in... Read More »

A Sampling of Highlights from the Big E

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Craz-E Burger There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned burger. There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned doughnut, either. Put... Read More »

A Special Place Called ‘Liberty Street’

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Have you ever decided to do something that for most of your life you’d never have even dreamed... Read More »

A Splash of Color

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Want to add a bit of flair to your wardrobe? Try a scarf. Mitzi Johnson manipulates colors and... Read More »



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