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September/October 2006 Issue Archive

A Lyrical Line

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C. H. Becksvoort of New Gloucester, Maine. It’s a name synonymous with high-quality Shaker-style furniture. Chris Becksvoort uses... Read More »

Antiques: Buffalo Pottery

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Buffalo Pottery was established by the Larkin Soap Company, a soap manufacturer. It was the result of a... Read More »

Artful Arrangements

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Balance and harmony are core elements of ikebana, a Japanese style of floral arranging. George Saridakis’s ikebana vases... Read More »

Artisanal Cheese Makers

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In September, the hills of western Massachusetts surrounding Hillman Farm are blazing with autumn color. Carolyn and Joe... Read More »

Baked Goat Cheese with Westport Rivers’ Pinot Noir Pepper Jelly

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Betsy Wyeth’s World is an Island in Maine

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Islands are the perfect places for Betsy Wyeth. Of the numerous islands in her life, some are metaphoric,... Read More »

Blowin’ in the Wind

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The answer, my friend, is a wind chime by Goose Rocks Designs. Each stained-glass mobile not only delights... Read More »

Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art

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This fall, the Red Sox will have to share the spotlight with a new player in town —... Read More »

Boston’s Jack Williams and “Wednesday’s Child”

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On a day in early October 1981, Jack Williams, a popular Boston news anchor, met a little boy... Read More »

Bringing Home the Cheese

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Vermont leads the region with small family operations producing world-class cheeses. We are particularly enamored with the following.... 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 »

Canadian Butter Tart Squares

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Caramelized Onion Waffles with Dilled Trout Salad

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Chilled Local Scallops with Smooth Carrot Vinaigrette

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Connecticut: A Natural Gentility

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As you drive along Route 169 in the eastern part of the state, it soon becomes clear why... Read More »

Corn-Chive Polenta Cakes with Prosciutto

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Cottage Cookies

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David Haskell’s Picks

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One of David’s fall favorites is an unusual plant called Heptacodium miconioides (seven-son flower). It is a shrublike... Read More »

David Haskell: Green Giant in Massachusetts

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Small stones crunch beneath David Haskell’s boots as he strolls along a shady path amid Allen C. Haskell... Read More »

Donald Hall: A Poet for All Ages

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Donald Hall has long been one of New England’s most gifted writers of poetry and prose. Writing from... Read More »

Editors’ Choice — Outlet Shopping in New England

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Connecticut Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets Devour a day in a flash as you browse through the 70 upscale... Read More »

Fall in New England: Leaves Fall Like Raindrops

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Growing up in Buffalo, New York, I saw fall as a harbinger of doom. All I could ever... Read More »

Fenway Gardens: Community Gardening in Boston

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Drivers rolling down Boston’s Boylston Street are sometimes surprised to see — amid the concrete and high-rises —... Read More »

Finding Baseball’s Heart

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Now that the boys of summer are heading into fall, there comes a fine and insightful book for... Read More »

Fine Art That Floats

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“Boats are designed to work best in the waters of the designer,” says boatbuilder Nick Schade. “The coastline... Read More »

Fried Green Tomatoes with Red Onion

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Gardening Question | Why Don’t Hardy Mums Survive the Winter?

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Every fall I buy beautiful hardy mums, but they don’t seem to survive the winter in my landscape.... Read More »



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