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The Best 5 Cinemas and Theaters in New England

The Best 5 Cinemas and Theaters in New England

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Theaters are in Garen Daly’s blood: His grandparents were vaudeville performers. A former theater manager, he also produces... Read More »

The Best 5 Nurseries & Garden Centers

The Best 5 Nurseries & Garden Centers

9 votes, 3.89 avg. rating (77% score)

Tovah Martin, author of more than a dozen gardening books, including The New Terrarium (Clarkson Potter, 2009) and... Read More »

The Best 5: Quilt Museums & Workshops

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Quilts warm Connecticut writer Barbara Wysocki’s toes and delight her eyes. Founding editor of Layers, the New England... Read More »

The Best Cross Country Ski Trails | We Pick the Best 5

The Best Cross Country Ski Trails | We Pick the Best 5

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When Vermont author David Goodman isn’t writing, he’s skiing or, even better, writing about skiing. His newest book... Read More »

The Best Flower Shows and Festivals in New England | Chasing Spring

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There’s a moment, tentative and bewildered. Somewhere beneath the snow, a bulb gets brave, stirs a little, cracks... Read More »

The Best Hockey Team in the World

The Best Hockey Team in the World

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We Can Claim (Again and Finally) to Be Home to the Best Hockey Team in the World See... Read More »

The Big Q | Click and Clack from Car Talk

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Car Talk co-host Tom Magliozzi, one half of the Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers NPR radio team,... Read More »

The Big Question | Snowplow Driver Rusty Churchill

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Walter “Rusty” Churchill says plowing for his hometown of Cabot, Vermont, is the second-best job he’s ever had.... Read More »

The Big Question | What’s the Future of History?

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Biographer and Historian David McCullough approaches writing a bit like enrolling in college: “I know I’m going to... Read More »

The Big Question: “Buddy” Cianci

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Although Buddy Cianci is no longer mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, his presence there is palpable since his... Read More »

The Big Question: Can Food Heal?

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Adrienne Kane knows the power of cooking. In the spring of 2000, Kane, just 21, suffered a devastating... Read More »

The Big Question: How Do You Swim in Really Cold Water?

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Lynne Cox’s strange and wonderful relationship with the coldest waters on the planet began as a youngster turning... Read More »

The Big Question: How to be a Champion Figure Skater

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With his partner, Evgenia Shishkova (now his wife), Russian-born figure skater Vadim Naumov competed in two Winter Olympics,... Read More »

The Big Question: Opera Singer Lisa Saffer

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Lisa Saffer is a 47-year-old diva. She received her master’s degree from Boston’s New England Conservatory of Music... Read More »

The Big Question: What’s It Like To Fall Through Ice?

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On December 19, 2010, Paul Cassidy, a 59-year-old software engineer from Fitchburg, Massachusetts, was ice skating on Lake... Read More »

The Big Questions: How Do You Keep Smiling for 50 Years?

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We ask Judy Beck, longtime waitress at Maine’s famed Moody’s Diner, how she keeps smiling. Judy Beck began... Read More »

The Bite

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Between the creamy chowder, stuffed with chopped quahogs and accented with sweet onions, and the sunset views over... Read More »

The Boston Pops at Christmas: How do you make it new?

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Santa Claus will come to town, the herald angels will sing, and the bells will jingle all the... Read More »

The Cape Cod Artisans Trails

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The Shining Sea Trail beckons, no less so the Great Dunes Trail: seven trails in all, crisscrossing Cape... Read More »

The Cape Cod Canal Turns 100 | New England By the Numbers

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1623 year Myles Standish proposed creating a canal separating Cape Cod from the Massachusetts mainland for safer, more... Read More »

The Cardboard Rescuer

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Sometimes you wander into an art gallery and find creativity so intense and fun that you just watch... Read More »

The Caretaker of The Elms in Newport, Rhode Island

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  Harold Mathews has been looking after The Elms, a 48-room Newport mansion, for 30 years. It was... Read More »

The Cod End

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It’s right on a working wharf, with views out to the Muscle Ridge Islands, the bubbly granite shore,... Read More »

The Commons Lunch

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Commons’ stuffies come in heaping portions–a bit spicy, with lots of clams, and both regular sausage and chourico,... Read More »

The Connecticut Antiques Trail

6 votes, 4.50 avg. rating (88% score)

The broad, mile-long Main Street of Woodbury, Connecticut, is lined with remarkable historic homes built since the town’s... Read More »

The Crèche at Regina Laudis | Local Treasure

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If the crèche at the Abbey of Regina Laudis strikes you as a little out of place, there’s... Read More »

The Days Get Longer

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Days Are Actually Getting Longer Daylight hours this season at Yankee’s offices in Dublin, New Hampshire: December 22,... Read More »



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