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New England 101

How to Build a Bonfire in Winter

Deep snow, a brush pile, marshmallows, and patience are among the requirements to build a bonfire in winter. Goal: build a bonfire in the clearing with snow deep underfoot, the glow of sparkling ice on nearby branches, the heat reddening faces and steaming clothes as you listen to the hemlock crackle and watch the sparks [...] Read More

Scenes of New England

SLIDE SHOW: Kennebunkport

SLIDE SHOW: Kennebunkport’s Christmas Prelude Celebration by Robert Dennis

  Meet Robert Dennis. Robert's photography of Kennebunkport, Maine, has been featured in numerous local and regional newspapers, magazines,...  Read more

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New England Food

Homemade Onion Dip

Homemade Onion Dip

If your life is like mine, the holiday season means a calendar that's jammed for six weeks with...  Read more

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  • Flying Horse Carousel

    Flying Horse Carousel

    In the Victorian-era seaside village of Watch Hill in Westerly Rhode Island, the Flying Horse Carousel claims to be one of the nation’s oldest (circa 1867). It differs from others of similar vintage because the carved wooden steeds are suspended...

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Art & Culture

Jud's Journal

  • New England’s Greatest Gift to America

    Welcome to the December 2014 edition of Jud’s New England Journal, the rather curious monthly musings of Judson Hale, the Editor-in-Chief of Yankee Magazine, published since 1935 in Dublin, N.H New England’s Greatest Gift to America  Well, it’s just our opinion…      As many of us prepare to celebrate Christmas this month, I think...Read more

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  • Warm Up to Perfect Comfort Food
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