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‘Sunflowers for Wishes’

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“This is a good thing.” It’s a mantra Duane Button repeats often. When asked to explain what he... Read More »

‘Write Often, Write When You Think Best’

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At the end of a dirt path winding gently south from the Old Sturbridge Village green, a worn... Read More »

1. Home

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Capture fall color forever with a Stillwood Pottery piece. Kassie Hennessey shapes and glazes terra-cotta clay to look... Read More »

10 Bear Facts

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1. About 30,000 black bears (Ursus americanus) live in New England. 2. Male black bears can weigh up... Read More »

10 Grilling Tips for Beginners

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1. Be organized. Gather together everything you are going to need from start to finish and be sure... Read More »

10. Canoe/Kayak

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For foliage views times two, put your canoe or kayak in at the state-owned boat access on Powers... Read More »

11. Yankee”s guide to Fall Color

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12. Destination

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Visit Harrisville, New Hampshire’s town center — a classic New England mill village and a National Historic Landmark.... Read More »

13. Where to Find the Color

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A biodiverse forest is what we think of first for the most dramatic displays, but it’s not just... Read More »

14. Crowning Achievement

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The United States National Champion sugar maple grows in Lyme, Connecticut. According to the National Register of Big... Read More »

15. Hike

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You’ll find the biggest bang for your buck on Middle Sugarloaf, one of three peaks atop a ridge,... Read More »

18th-Century Purity Farms at the Hall Homestead

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Paul and Jo-Ann Desrochers grow vegetables, peaches, plums, and nectarines, but they have a special love of heirloom... Read More »

2. Soundtrack

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If I had the grace of autumn / then I’d know just what to do / I’d hold... Read More »

2011 Readers’ Choice Awards

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This contest is now closed. Click here to see who won. Welcome to Yankee Magazine’s 2011 Readers’ Choice... Read More »

2011 Readers’ Choice Contest Rules

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.</p. 1. HOW TO ENTER: To enter... Read More »

25 People You Must Meet This Summer!

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If you love laughter, music, craftsmanship, ice cream, history, heart-stopping scenery, wooden boats, old trains, the best popcorn... Read More »

3. Nibble on This

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Yum — candy apples at Jaswell’s Farm (401-231-9043; jaswellsfarm.com) in Smithfield, Rhode Island. It’s right in the heart... Read More »

4. When You’re Thirsty

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Try the season’s apple cider — celebrate Cider Day in western Massachusetts’ Franklin County (413-773-5463; ciderday.org). Or, look... Read More »

43 Reasons to Love Winter in New England

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We’ve compiled a not-so-serious list of 43 of the very best reasons to stick around New England for... Read More »

5. Bike

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Vermont’s four-mile River Road is a don’t-miss. This dirt byway parallels the Ottauquechee River between Woodstock and Quechee... Read More »

6. Style

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Jewelry maker Michael Michaud of Fairfield, Connecticut, has designed a collection called Falling Leaves, featuring maple, oak, and... Read More »

7. It’s Not Just About the Leaves

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Fall is also harvest time — that time of year when we visit New England’s apple orchards, pumpkin... Read More »

75 years of Yankee

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$50 weekly salary paid to Yankee‘s new assistant editor (now editor-in-chief), Judson Hale, in 1958 267 number of... Read More »

8. From the Air

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That’s right… No one ever said the only way to see color was from eye level. Get the... Read More »

9. Behind the Wheel

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Use Bethel, Maine, as your starting and ending point. Head west on Route 2, then turn south on... Read More »

A Bang for Your Buck in the Berkshires | How New England Can Change the World

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How New England Can Save the World, Part IIII in a series Part I: 2011 Biathalon World Cup:... Read More »

A Beautiful Blade

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A paddle is a canoeist’s best friend; a good one delivers a powerful stroke with ease. This native... Read More »



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