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A Letter To Our Readers

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If a single sound and a single scent can hold the essence of a New England summer, surely... Read More »

A Letter to Our Readers

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This is my 28th autumn at Yankee. for each of those years, the editors have talked for hours... Read More »

A Letter to our Readers

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Of all the gifts that the holiday season bestows on us, the most enduring are memories. When our... Read More »

A Letter to Our Readers

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Winter isn’t easy, is it? fresh snow takes our breath away with its stark beauty, but we also... Read More »

A Lyrical Line

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C. H. Becksvoort of New Gloucester, Maine. It’s a name synonymous with high-quality Shaker-style furniture. Chris Becksvoort uses... Read More »

A Mother’s Impact

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“My mom was born into the war in Germany, survived that, and raised four kids as a single... Read More »

A Night of Jazz | Mary’s Farm

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A thin breeze blew up off the lake as I parked in front of the old manse. It... Read More »

A Performing Elephant Never Forgets | Only in New England

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Queenie came into my life in March 1953, when she was 9 months old and I was 8... Read More »

A Pilgrim Primer

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English Separatists, a wing of the new Puritan movement, had fled oppression at home and found refuge in... Read More »

A Place Built for Sharing on Sebago Lake

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Sebago anchors Maine’s Lakes Region. The state’s second-largest lake (after Moosehead), its shoreline is dotted with summer camps... Read More »

A Splash of Color

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Want to add a bit of flair to your wardrobe? Try a scarf. Mitzi Johnson manipulates colors and... Read More »

A Table for a Lifetime

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When I was growing up, my parents had a large dining-room table that had been in my mother’s... Read More »

A Tale of Two Pickles

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I’m haunted by a pickle. The kitchen shelves glimmer with jars of homemade preserves after a summer’s worth... Read More »

Acadia National Park: Art of the Trail

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Magnificent vistas along the miles of hiking paths and carriage roads in Acadia National Park are the result... Read More »

Across New Hampshire on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail

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My ash paddle slices into the black water of Lake Umbagog, silently propelling our canoe forward. A great... Read More »

Adirondack Chairs

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On Bruce Ware’s porch above the shores of Lake Champlain, I lower myself into a deep wooden chair... Read More »

Alyson’s Orchard

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At this hilltop orchard in southwestern New Hampshire, you’ll find more than 50 apple varieties in neat rows,... Read More »

Amaral’s Fish and Chips

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For your basic stuffie, head to Amaral’s. This shop prides itself on letting the seafood shine through: delectable... Read More »

America’s Bloodiest War

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In 1600, southern New England was home to approximately 90,000 Indians. Approximately 12,000 were Pokanokets, a tribe living... Read More »

Amy Tan’s Journey

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Lyme disease — also known as neuroborreliosis when it invades the central nervous system — does not discriminate... Read More »

An Old Home Days Summer Sampling

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CONNECTICUT July 9-11 East Hampton Old Home Days, 860-267-8533; easthamptonoldhomedays.org September 19 Canterbury Old Home Day, 860-546-9377; canterburyhistorical.org... Read More »

Anais Mitchell | Music Review

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Anais Mitchell is possibly the most beguiling farmer’s daughter in Vermont. Her father has raised sheep and taught... Read More »

Angels Among Us 2009

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Yankee Magazine proudly recognizes the “Angels Among Us 2009.” Congratulations to these dedicated New Englanders who are making... Read More »

Angels Among Us 2010

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Yankee Magazine proudly recognizes the “Angels Among Us” of” 2010. Congratulations to these dedicated New Englanders who are... Read More »

Angels Among Us: 2007

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Their missions vary, but their goals are the same: Start small, think big. Follow the need wherever it... Read More »

Angels Among Us: 2008

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These four New Englanders are making a difference, one life at a time. Pauline Alighieri remembers a friend... Read More »

Annabelle’s Natural Ice Cream

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A small shop in the heart of Portsmouth, just across the alley from the harbor, Annabelle’s remains an... Read More »



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