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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 »

Clambake on Prudence Island

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SLIDESHOW: Clambake Read more:Yankee‘s tips for a clambake Find a clambake company Nearly three decades ago, in October... Read More »

Clambakes in New England

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Want to sample outdoor-roasted clams and lobster but you’re lacking beachfront property and a burly crew? Check out... Read More »

Clark’s Trading Post | Bear Show in Lincoln, New Hampshire

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In the ring at Clark’s Trading Post, a six-foot seven-inch, 440-pound black bear named Pemi stands up like... Read More »

Classic Yankee Stories About the Red Sox

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Yankee editor Mel Allen shares Yankee classic stories about Red Sox Nation. The season’s over and writer John... Read More »

Climb Every White Mountain Trail

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Tony Federer has never been one to sit still–or stay indoors. In 1995 the Kearsarge, New Hampshire, resident... Read More »


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WHERE TO STAY Clinton Antique Center A permanent indoor treasure trove, with more than 75 dealers. 860-669-3839 Clinton... Read More »

Club Passim in Cambridge, Massachusetts | Local Treasure

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Before Anaïs Mitchell can take the stage, Matt Smith, manager of Club Passim in Cambridge, Massachusetts, takes the... Read More »

Coastal Comfort

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Wrap yourself in a Swans Island blanket for cool evenings. These beautiful works are woven of wool from... Read More »

Cochran Ski Area Champions

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A Tiny Hill Can Grow Champions A hillside farm sits alongside the Winooski River in Richmond, Vermont. The... Read More »

Codville, ME: Cemetery

Codville, ME: Cemetery

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Bangor Ghost Hunters Association Another memorable case was held at a cemetery in Codville, Maine. According to Harold... Read More »

Cold Snap and a Sick Horse

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In winter, I’m grateful for small things: a steaming mug of coffee; warm, dry socks; a plowed path... Read More »

Cold Turkey Plunge in Nantucket | Only in New England

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It’s admittedly counterintuitive, calling the sensation of wearing almost no clothing in 20° to 30° air and 38°... Read More »

Cold-Water Swimming

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We Can Still Go Swimming Amoskeag Ledge in Manchester, New Hampshire, attracted the city’s famous Brownies (photo circa... Read More »

Collinsville, CT: Halloween Parade

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This year’s event will be held on Halloween, Saturday, October 29. Kids’ activities begin at 6:30 p.m.; parade... Read More »

Comfort Food

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Comfort Food Warms Us, Body and Soul One of winter’s great rewards is the excuse to savor rich... Read More »

Community Supports Farm After Accident

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In April 2006, at the start of the planting season, John Augustin had a tractor accident. It was... Read More »

Confessions of a Marsha Jordan Girl

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When blueberries are in season and I’m feeling nostalgic for my younger days, I dig out a purple-stained... Read More »

Connecticut Food Trail: Burgers

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With its significant coastline and interior farmland, Connecticut suffers no shortage of great food from land and sea.... Read More »

Connecticut River Tidelands: A Last Great Place

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Fifteen years ago, The Nature Conservancy included a surprising entry on its list of the Western Hemisphere’s 40... Read More »

Connecticut Shoreline | When You Go …

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A sampling of destinations along the Connecticut shoreline. For additional information on dining, lodging, events, and activities, go... Read More »

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