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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 »

Santa’s Home | Mary’s Farm

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Downstairs in the farmhouse here, I have a small furnished apartment that I sometimes rent out. Last year... Read More »

Scarborough Marsh

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LOCATION: Scarborough Marsh Date: October 4 Time: 4:00 p.m. Equipment: 150mm lens “I love the golden yellow of... Read More »

Scenic Filming Locations | New England’s Gifts

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Hollywood finds the allure of New England when scouting scenic filming locations. New England has always been ready... Read More »

Scott Farm

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Landmark Trust USA manages these 626 pristine acres in southern Vermont, where a team of orchardists tends some... Read More »

Seaside Chic

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Sea-glass jewelry is a New England summer fashion must. But which piece to choose? Look at Sonja Grondstra-Purcell’s... Read More »

Seasons of Triumph, Season of Disaster | Book Review

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This past decade was a triumphant era for New England sports fans. Their professional baseball, football, and basketball... Read More »

Seeing Ghosts | Mary’s Farm

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People sometimes ask if I’ve ever seen a ghost in this house, a reasonable question since the house... Read More »

Serve It Up

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We’ve never seen a ceramic bowl this big (20 inches in diameter) and couldn’t imagine a more perfect... Read More »

Sheep Shearing on Big Nash Island | Jenny’s Day

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Sheep shearing and counting the lambs on an isolated Maine island honors both legendary matriarch Jenny Cirone and... Read More »

Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley | Candlepin Bowling

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Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, has seen more than 100 years of candlepin bowling.   Halfway down Bridge Street, the... Read More »

Shelburne Farms

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Hugging Lake Champlain, this operation is a working grower, as well as a dairy, inn, restaurant, and education... Read More »

Ship Shape

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For the shipwrights at Mystic Seaport, a way of life sails on. When the work was finally done,... Read More »

Shipbuilder to Dream Builder

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Former shipbuilder Brad Story is inspired by the birds of the salt marshes near his studio and home... Read More »

Shopping at a Town’s Memory | Wilson’s Department Store

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The lady needs an electric can opener. It’s a Thursday morning at Wilson’s Department Store in Greenfield, Massachusetts,... Read More »

Shopping: Nantucket Reds

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Gray belongs to the island of Nantucket — to its Quaker-shingle houses and its fog. But Nantucket red,... Read More »

Six Places to Find Winslow Homer’s Art

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SLIDE SHOW: Winslow Homer works Have a meal at the Black Point Inn on Prouts Neck and you’re... Read More »

Skating on Frozen Ponds

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Hans Brinker Lives in All of Us Generations have grown up skating on New England’s frozen ponds and... Read More »

Ski Clubs: In the House of the White Mules

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By rights, a mulemeister should be writing this, or else a kid who grew up as a White... Read More »

Sleds

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New Englanders have been sliding down snow-covered hills since our nation’s founding– probably as a way to avoid... Read More »

Snail Road

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Take Route 6, heading toward Provincetown. You’ll come to an intersection, marked by a sign saying “To Route... Read More »

Snow Days

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Everybody Loves a Snow Day! See the other 42 reasons to love winter! Read More »

So You Want to Run a B&B?

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  The morning begins shirtless and in a back storage room. At a little after 6:00 on a... Read More »

Some to Grow On

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A few of our favorite makers of locally crafted toys around New England … Jim Jefferson (Knockabout Toys)... Read More »

Songs of the Sox

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57 The Songs of the Sox: “Sweet Caroline” and “Tessie” The ritual of playing “Sweet Caroline” at Fenway... Read More »

South Boston’s L Street Brownies

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There are those who call themselves members of the L Street Brownies, the famed South Boston polar bear... Read More »

South Boston, MA: St. Patrick’s Day Parade

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At the turn of the 20th century, despite resistance from the city’s Brahmins, South Boston’s official tradition of... Read More »



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