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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 »

Cookies for Christmas Swaps and Gifts

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There’s no time like the present to make a gift of homemade cookies. Read on for Christmas cookie... Read More »

Cooking Aboard Sailboat

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“It was our love for the ocean that brought us together in the first place,” says Helen Gallo... Read More »

Cornish

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LOCATION: Cornish Date: October 13 Time: 1:00 p.m. Equipment: 60mm lens “This was a quick shot. I wanted... Read More »

Count Rumford: Inventor, Traitor

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, it is said, counted as the three most brilliant Americans Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and... Read More »

Counter Point

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“The regulars sit at the counter. They come in between 8:00 and 9:00, and they talk about politics... Read More »

Counting Fish | Estimating the Gulf of Maine’s Fish Population

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  Each spring, the research ship Henry B. Bigelow drags a net along the seafloor in the Gulf... Read More »

Crowley Cheese

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This dairy, our family favorite, has been making cheese in small batches, by hand, since 1824. It’s the... Read More »

Cunningham Pond | Elizabeth’s Gift

Cunningham Pond | Elizabeth’s Gift

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One of the prettiest little ponds in New Hampshire belongs to the people of Peterborough and their happy,... Read More »

Curt Schilling | The Thrill of Schill

Curt Schilling | The Thrill of Schill

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4 The Thrill of Schill Curt Schilling’s sock was bloodied by the popping sutures in his right ankle... Read More »

Dad’s Day Gifts

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Here are some favorite New England products, and one from Canada, that make a hit as Dad’s Day... Read More »

Dairy Farmers Cling to the Land They Love | Holding On

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Slide Show: Vermont Dairy Farm  The annual farm-equipment auction at The Pines’ barn in Barton, Vermont, was hopping.... Read More »

Dancing in the Dark | Mary’s Farm

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Hot summer nights make the young restless, and now that I’m older, I wonder why. I was once... Read More »

Daniel Nava | The Big Question

Daniel Nava | The Big Question

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On June 12, 2010, Daniel Nava broke into the major leagues by hitting the first pitch he saw... Read More »

David Coakley, Bartender, Cambridge, Massachusetts

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The perfect pint? “It takes patience and about three pours — at least four minutes,” says David Coakley.... Read More »

Decode the Meaning of Handkerchief Flirtations

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My great-grandmother was born just before the start of the Civil War and so spent her teens in... Read More »

Deep Dish

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Pies have been a staple of the New England table since the Colonial days. Bring them to a... Read More »

Defense of the Norway maple

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I live in a small house with many windows. From mid-October to Thanksgiving, the front and sides bathe... Read More »

Del Christman, Dogman, Lowell, Massachusetts

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Dogman starts his howl at 6 p.m. That’s when Del Christman, minor-league baseball’s most recognizable hot-dog guy, puts... Read More »

Dick Pulsifer, Boat Builder, Brunswick, Maine

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To say Dick Pulsifer makes boats is to say Stradivari made fiddles. Every year for the past three... Read More »

Dick Vincent, Charter Fishing-Boat Captain, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

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Dick Vincent guarantees you’ll catch fish while out on his Flashy Lady — maybe bluefish, but probably large... Read More »

Did Peary Reach North Pole April 6, 1909?

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This Yankee Classic is from April 1989: He was lionized as the first man to reach the North... Read More »

Dinners at the Farm: Celebrating the Land

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On summer evenings in Connecticut, a farmer’s field transforms into an elegant harvest-to-plate dining experience. “To work all... Read More »

Dinosaur Tracks Collection | Local Treasure

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When young Pliny Moody dug an odd-looking rock out of his family’s field in 1802, he wasn’t sure... Read More »



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