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Brownfield, ME: Stone Mountain Music

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  In the foothills of the White Mountains, some 20 miles east of North Conway, New Hampshire, lies... Read More »

Bruce Cloutier, Railroad Engineer, Bellows Falls, Vermont

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He got his first model train when he was 5; it was an American Flyer and he still... Read More »

Bruce Schwab Talks About Solo Sailing

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Bruce Schwab is only the second American to single-handedly sail nonstop around the globe, a distinction he earned... Read More »

Budding Blooms

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A bud vase is typically used to showcase one beautiful blossom. With Suzanne Tanner’s coin bud vases, it... Read More »

Budget Tips and Recipes

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1. Budget gift: New England food baskets. 2. Recipes for budget food gifts from Annie B. Copps’ Today... Read More »

Budget Travel and Dining Tips You Can Use Right Now

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There are some things you can do to save money on your travel and food expenses and still... Read More »

Bug Repellent Clothing

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If you’ve ever survived a serious encounter with mosquitoes or blackflies, you know that the experience can wreak... Read More »

Burger Bar & Bistro

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The chefs grind their organic beef in house, and their basic burger on a big, soft bun is... Read More »

Burlington, VT: Church Street

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Get with gravity and walk downhill. Let your feet take you where you want to go; sometimes a... Read More »

Cabot Creamery

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This nearly 100-year-old co-op buys milk from more than 1,200 dairy farms all over New England and upstate... Read More »

Cabot, Vermont | Where the Heart Rubs Against the Place

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My great-aunt Hope, who visited all 50 states after she and Uncle Bill had retired, once told me... Read More »

Call of the Wild: Loons

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The haunting cry of the common loon is vanishing from many New England waters. Whether we hear it... Read More »

Cape Cod Love Letter

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We are Cape people. Every year, for about the past 20, we’ve returned for a week to a... Read More »

Captain Richard Phillips and the Pirates

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AUDIO: Captain Richard Phillips Andrea Phillips Interview The first December snow has come to Underhill, Vermont, and that... Read More »

Caretaker of the Clock | Here in New England

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One summer day in 1965, Bob Fogg, was at the Hancock, New Hampshire, town dump when the local... Read More »

Caretaker to the Old Man of the Mountain

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Before New Hampshire’s symbol fell on May 3, 2003, Niels Nielsen acted as caretaker for the Old Man... Read More »

Carry It in Style

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In addition to everyday concerns (a mother of three boys is used to problem solving), Becky O’Neil considers... Read More »

Caseus

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Yes, it’s the Latin word for “cheese.” The menu here is dairy-centric, with comforting, oozy options, from poutine... Read More »

Celebrating a 250-Year-Old House | Mary’s Farm

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The rise of the fields’ soft curves, the seasons of the hay, the broad reach of the old... Read More »

Champlin’s Seafood

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Besides “basic” stuffies, these folks also offer “casino stuffies” with bacon and “Portuguese stuffies” with chourico and a... Read More »

Charlotte, VT: Linda Gilbert & Friends

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Smiling out from photos, the children of Tela, Honduras, win hearts with their wide eyes and toothy grins.... Read More »

Chatham Pier Fish Market

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Served in takeout containers, this chowder puts on no airs. But it has incredible fresh-from-the-sea flavor, a hint... Read More »

Child Labor Photos by Lewis Hine | The Memory Keeper

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All but lost to the ages were the lives of child laborers in Winchendon, Massachusetts, photographed a century... Read More »

Child’s First Snow

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There’s Nothing Like a Child’s First Snow Since 2005, new arrivals to Portland, Maine, from warm-weather foreign countries... Read More »

Christa McAuliffe’s Messenger

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The last time most people saw Grace Corrigan, she was looking skyward, her husband Ed beside her, in... Read More »

Christmas Revels: The Sounding Joy

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Slide Show: Christmas Revels The Christmas Revels, a winter-solstice celebration of folksong and dance, began 39 years ago... Read More »

Circus Smirkus | The Big Question with Founder Rob Mermin

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Rob Mermin fulfilled a common dream: he ran away and joined the circus. He toured Europe and Canada,... Read More »



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