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Connecticut’s Best Adventures 2011

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BEST TUBING Farmington River, New Hartford The gentle rapids here provide a rollicking good ride down a 2.5-mile... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Attractions 2011

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BEST BALINESE IMPORTS Agabhumi: The Best of Bali, Westport Filled with beautiful, diverse jewelry, handbags, scarves, and sandals,... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Bargains 2011

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POTTERY PERFECTION Bantam Tileworks, Bantam Fired up by a many-colored spectrum of ceramic-topped game boards, trays, and handmade... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Local Secrets 2011

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BEST ART ON A HILL Sculpture Barn, New Fairfield Dynamic in feeling, diverse in media, this atelier’s contemporary... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Local Secrets 2012

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Yankee Magazine chooses Connecticut’s best local secrets for 2012. BEST MICRODISTILLERY Onyx Spirits Company, Manchester Moonshine’s rising, but... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Lodging 2011

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BEST IMPRESSIONIST SUNSETS Bee & Thistle Inn & Spa,Old Lyme All nine guestrooms in this Colonial mansion are... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Lodging 2012

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Yankee Magazine chooses Connecticut’s lodging for 2012. BEST THEATER CONVENIENCE Boardman House Inn, East Haddam The antique furnishings... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Outdoor Activities 2012

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Yankee Magazine chooses Connecticut’s best outdoor activities for 2012. BEST HISTORIC RESTING PLACE Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford Download... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Restaurants 2011

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BEST CHOCOLATE INFUSION Chocopologie Cafe, South Norwalk No apologies for sweet-tooth temptations from breakfast to bedtime: cocoa-intensive baked... Read More »

Connecticut’s Best Restaurants 2012

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Yankee Magazine chooses Connecticut’s best restaurants for 2012. BEST BOWL OF NOODLES Morning Glory Café, Old Lyme Taste... Read More »

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 »

Connecticut: The Nutmeg State

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By David Lyon and Patricia Harris All rivers run to the sea, but few do it with such... Read More »

Connecticuts Best Attractions 2012

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Yankee Magazine chooses Connecticut’s best attractions for 2012. BEST ART & HISTORY MUSEUM Bush-Holley Historic Site, Cos Cob... Read More »

Connecticuts Best Bargains 2012

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Yankee Magazine chooses Connecticut’s best bargains for 2012. BEST BROAD BEACH Silver Sands State Park, Milford Tread across... Read More »

Eddie Perez: Mayor of Hartford

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From Yankee Magazine June 2006 The trees and shrubs of Bushnell Park in Hartford, including a Chinese mahogany,... 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 »

Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin

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Schoolchildren know Eli Whitney’s cotton gin as one of the most influential inventions in American history and an... Read More »

Everything’s Coming Up Roses

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Floral and plant motifs fill your home, thanks to Patricia Spratt’s fine table linens and accessories. Fabrics are... Read More »

Family Trips: New England Waterways

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Connecticut Farmington River. There’s no better way for a family to spend a summer day than floating down... 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 »

Five Connecticut Art Trail Travel Packages

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The Connecticut Art Trail is a nationally recognized partnership among 14 world-class museums and historic sites, created to... Read More »

Guilford, CT: Artist Brendan Loughlin

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The boy’s name is Brendan Loughlin. it is the 1950s, and he lives in Wallingford, Connecticut. He loves... Read More »

Guilford, CT: Gwen Fletcher and Dottie Volosin

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Gwen Fletcher and Dottie Volosin Volunteers, Charlie’s Closet Guilford, Connecticut Tours of historic Guilford usually take in the... Read More »

Here in New England: Brendan Loughlin

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See the artist demonstrate his Pastac technique. The boy’s name is Brendan Loughlin. It is the 1950s, and... Read More »

Hike, Stay, Eat, Shop in the Last Green Valley

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TRAILS TO HIKE With more than 130 miles of trails, at least 25 recreation areas, and countless campgrounds,... Read More »

Hiking and Biking: 6 destinations

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Connecticut Ten Mile Hill, Kent. In the Litchfield Hills, the Appalachian Trail weaves through deep forests. Start at... Read More »

Home Project: Pergola and Picnic Table

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Project: From fish pond to tabletop gathering place When Richard Paul and his wife, Martha, bought their 1780... Read More »



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