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Reid State Park | Georgetown, ME

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Reid State Park is a natural wonder unto itself, containing not only rocky tidepools, beaches, dunes, and salt... Read More »

Remdawg

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66 Remdawg Jerry Remy is the New England Sports Network (NESN) color commentator, and he is more popular... Read More »

Rescued Dogs | Short Time, Long Love

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Wolfie and Cheyenne were German shepherds, already old and infirm, who’d slept in the barn no matter how... Read More »

Resources for Cranberry Bogs in New England

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Cranberry Harvest Celebration, Wareham, Massachusetts 508-322-4000; cranberryharvest.org Sponsored by A.D. Makepeace Co. and the Cape Cod Cranberry Growers’... Read More »

Resources: CT Tidelands

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Connecticut River Estuary Regional Planning Agency/Tidewater Institute/Gateway Commission Old Saybrook, CT 860-388-3497; crerpa.org, ctrivergateway.org Connecticut River Watershed Council... Read More »

Retro Ride

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Mike LaVecchia and a few friends love to hang out at Long Sands Beach in York Beach, Maine.... Read More »

Return to Silver Fields

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The stories and essays of a forgotten Vermont farmer and writer deserve a new generation of readers. A... Read More »

Rhode Island: Boys’ Reformatory

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Rhode Island Paranormal Research Team, Scituate, Rhode Island The group collected some very eerie EVPs (electronic voice phenomena)... Read More »

Ripton, VT: North Branch School

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I drove out on snowy spring days or in the dark evenings of early summer, to Cornwall and... Read More »

Robb Sagendorph | New England’s Gifts

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Our editor-in-chief recalls his first morning working for Yankee Magazine’s founder. During every Fourth of July, my mind... Read More »

Robert Frost Farm

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The verdant forests and rolling hills surrounding this old farmhouse were the inspiration for Robert Frost’s early career.... Read More »

Rockport & Camden | Two Miles of Coastal Beauty

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Maine has one of the world’s most dramatic coastlines, especially when the wind is high and towering waves... Read More »

Rockport, MA | Paintings

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I recently visited my father’s art studio in Rockport. He had a show with a Cape Ann theme... Read More »

Rocky Marciano | Up Close

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Nicknamed the “Brockton Blockbuster,” Rocky Marciano remains the only heavyweight boxing champion to retire undefeated (49–0). Rocco Francis... Read More »

Roger Tory Peterson | New England’s Gifts

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Photo/Art by Roger Tory Peterson Tanagers Few people in their lifetimes achieve worldwide influence. Fewer still have an... Read More »

Romantic Inns

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There’s No Better Time to Find a Romantic Inn We all know this truth: If you’re with a... Read More »

Rosaly Bass, Organic Farmer, Peterborough, New Hampshire

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Rosaly Bass’s strong hands have seen 35 years of working these 16 acres of rocky soil — the... Read More »

Roxanne Quimby | Controversy in Maine’s North Woods

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Roxanne Quimby’s goal is to preserve the landscape of Maine’s North Woods forever, but controversy has been sparked... Read More »

Run of the River | Hydro Power Plant Restoration

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Bob King stands at the headworks of an old, 18-foot-high hemlock-and-stone crib dam spanning the Westfield River between... Read More »

Running Tips from Four-Time Boston Marathon Winner Bill Rodgers

Running Tips from Four-Time Boston Marathon Winner Bill Rodgers

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Bill Rodgers knows marathons. In the 1970s and early 1980s, no other runner dominated the sport as he... Read More »

Sail Away

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Maine natives Hannah Kubiak and Beth Shissler have created an innovative recycling program — turning retired sails into... Read More »

Saint Patrick’s Day in New England

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Everyone’s Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day, though the exact day of celebrations varies in New England. One thing... Read More »

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site | Local Treasure

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William Tecumseh Sherman looks as though he hasn’t slept in 36 hours. His brow is sagging and creased,... Read More »

Samantha Smith | New England’s Gifts

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In the summer of 1983 the most famous child in the world was Samantha Smith, the 10-year-old girl... Read More »

Samuel E. Perry Grist Mill | Local Treasure

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Celebrating the historic Samuel E. Perry Grist Mill in Rhode Island, the joy of jonnycakes, and the couple... Read More »

Sanctuary for Desperate People in Boats | New England’s Gifts

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Gruesome images today of refugees, fleeing poverty and war in North Africa and the Middle East, only to... Read More »

Sand Castles | Beach Memories

Sand Castles | Beach Memories

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The drive to build such fleeting structures as sand castles must satisfy some ancient urge. Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny,... Read More »



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