New England 101
Starved for colors, I found myself marveling at the platinum-hued potato chip bag by the side of the road as if it were a marsh marigold or goldfinch. Right now I find even the jewel tones of a green plastic bottle and cobalt Bud Lite can beautiful, basking next to mud. Our spiffy tubs of [...] Read More
Scenes of New England
Mark Fleming is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Portland, Maine. For nearly two decades, he has... Read more
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New England has a long history of grand mountain and coastal hotel-havens for those desperate to escape the... Read more
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It was raining and three o’clock in the morning, August 19, 1955. The sudden roar of a truck in front of the house jarred me awake. I plunged my head deeper into the pillow to smother the sound, but the...
Norman Desmarais frequently escapes into the 18th century for reenactments, Colonial fairs, heritage days, school presentations, and talks. He’s the author of The Guide to the American Revolutionary War series, a six-volume set covering almost 4,000 battles, raids, and skirmishes...
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As soon as I'd read it, I was lost. I'd intended to review In the Words of E. B. White | Quotations from America's Most Companionable of Writers, focusing mostly on its introduction, a lovely essay by Martha White, the... Read moreView more Book Reviews | View more Art Reviews
Welcome to the April 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, NH. The Last Person To See Abraham Lincoln He didn’t pass away until almost a hundred years after Lincoln was assassinated on April...Read more
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