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Rangeley, ME: An Angel in Rangeley

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Yankee classic from December 1993 It’s a long road to Rangeley. Route 4 twists through miles of thickly... Read More »

Recipes | Favorite Breakfast Dishes

Recipes | Favorite Breakfast Dishes

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For many, the most important meal of the day is also the most delicious. The breakfast table has... Read More »

Recipes | Savory Side Dishes

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Along with the turkey, and pies made of pumpkin, it’s the thought of savory sides that keep our... Read More »

Recipes | Soups and Chowders

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The spring thaw happens slowly (sometimes much too slowly), so keep warm during the transition with a steaming... Read More »

Recipes | Valentine’s Day Recipes

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No matter how you celebrate Valentine’s Day, chances are at some point you’ll be satisfying your sweet tooth... Read More »

RECIPES: Cheesy Goodness

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Cheese making is an ancient art which is practiced in most parts of the world, but especially in... Read More »

RECIPES: Grilling Favorites

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It isn’t summer until you fire up the grill on the front porch or in the backyard. And... Read More »

Recommendations for Best Beach Towns in New England

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The editors of Yankee Magazine share their recommendations for the best lodging, things to do, and places to... Read More »

Red Wine Uncorked

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Think of a wine decanter and you probably think of a Victorian cut-glass carafe. No longer: Tsuga Studios’... Read More »

Remdawg

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66 Remdawg Jerry Remy is the New England Sports Network (NESN) color commentator, and he is more popular... Read More »

RESOURCE LIST: New England Fixers

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Our handy list of “fixers” will lead you to the craftsmen in your area who can fix your... Read More »

RESOURCE LIST: Strawberry Festivals and Farms

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Strawberry festivals are a New England tradition that date back to the 1800s. They celebrate the harvest of... Read More »

Resources for New Hampshire’s Lakes Region

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A sampling of destinations, looping clockwise around New Hampshire’s central Lakes Region. For pricing, seasonal schedules, and other... Read More »

Resources: Community-Supported Fisheries Around New England

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Cape Ann Fresh Catch Headquarters: Gloucester, MA 978-283-2504 capeannfreshcatch.org Port Clyde Fresh Catch Headquarters: Port Clyde, ME 207-372-1055,... Read More »

Resources: CT Tidelands

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Connecticut River Estuary Regional Planning Agency/Tidewater Institute/Gateway Commission Old Saybrook, CT 860-388-3497; crerpa.org, ctrivergateway.org Connecticut River Watershed Council... Read More »

Resources: Lodging on the Catamount Trail

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When skiing of snowshoeing , it’s important to know where to stay at the end of the day.... Read More »

Retro Ride

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Mike LaVecchia and a few friends love to hang out at Long Sands Beach in York Beach, Maine.... Read More »

Rhode Island: Boys’ Reformatory

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Rhode Island Paranormal Research Team, Scituate, Rhode Island The group collected some very eerie EVPs (electronic voice phenomena)... Read More »

Robert B. Parker 2003 Interview

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Yankee Classic from October 2003 Robert B. Parker has set novels in Los Angeles, in Ireland, in the... Read More »

Roses | Advice from Suzy Verrier

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Yankee Classic from June 1992 “I hate to tell you,” Suzy Verrier said, pausing sympathetically, “but your roses... Read More »

Run of the River | Hydro Power Plant Restoration

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Bob King stands at the headworks of an old, 18-foot-high hemlock-and-stone crib dam spanning the Westfield River between... Read More »

Saint Patrick’s Day in New England

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Everyone’s Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day, though the exact day of celebrations varies in New England. One thing... Read More »

Serve It Up

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We’ve never seen a ceramic bowl this big (20 inches in diameter) and couldn’t imagine a more perfect... Read More »

Six Places to Find Winslow Homer’s Art

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SLIDE SHOW: Winslow Homer works Have a meal at the Black Point Inn on Prouts Neck and you’re... Read More »

Ski Clubs: In the House of the White Mules

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By rights, a mulemeister should be writing this, or else a kid who grew up as a White... Read More »

SLIDE SHOW: Acadia National Park

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Acadia National Park encompasses the best Maine has to offer with its rocky coastline, woodlands, historic trails and... Read More »

SLIDE SHOW: Blossoms

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Spring is coming, and you can celebrate this season by following the trail of blossoms in this slide... Read More »



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