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VIDEO: Marinades, Salads, and Dessert

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Yankee food editor Annie B. Copps offers TODAY show viewers tips on easy summer dining. Try these easy... Read More »

Walden Pond

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Walden Pond State Reservation Open year-round 8 a.m.-sunset; day use only. $5/vehicle parking fee. Route 126 South, Concord... Read More »

Walden Pond

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In 1895, the ornithologist Kate Tryon said of Walden Pond, “It is a charming place, and it isn’t.”... Read More »

Wallace Nutting Furniture

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Wallace Nutting is best known for his hand-colored photographs depicting bucolic settings and scenes of early American life,... Read More »

Walpole Creamery

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Echo Moon Farm delivers fresh milk daily from rBGH-free cows to this producer and “scoop shop,” where local... Read More »

Want Not

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“If you want to get those beautiful, architecturally designed containers with that urban look, you can. But they... Read More »

Waste Not

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Patti Moreno doesn’t like to mess around with expensive, cumbersome compost bins. Instead, she creates cylinder-shaped enclosures out... Read More »

Water: New England Numbers

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10 miles: width of Lake Champlain between Burlington, VT, and Port Douglas, NY, its widest point 1,300 lakes... Read More »

Waterbury, CT: House

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Skeleton Crew Paranormal Research Society One of the group’s strangest investigations was conducted at a house in Waterbury,... Read More »

Waterbury, VT: Hen of the Wood

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We wish we could take credit for discovering Hen of the Wood, but Food & Wine magazine, the... Read More »

We Were Right All Along

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“There never will be complete equality until women themselves help to make laws and elect lawmakers.” –Susan B.... Read More »

Weekend: Providence, RI

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After your outstanding dinner, spend those calories on great Providence walks and places to visit along the way.... Read More »

Weekend: Woodstock, Vermont

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Among the villages in New England that beg you to park your car once and return to it... Read More »

Wells, ME: Bill and Anna Spiller

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VIDEO: Maine Farmers Share Crops On Bill and Anna Spiller’s 130-acre farm in Wells, Maine, an expanse of... Read More »

Westport Rivers Vineyard

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Not far from Horseneck Beach and the east fork of the Westport River in Massachusetts, the rolling vineyards... Read More »

Westport Rivers Vineyard and Winery

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Westport Rivers Vineyard and Winery sits on 500 acres of beautiful farmland located between Fall River and New... Read More »

Whales: Watching for Giants

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This is about how a small group of people has changed the way we look at some of... Read More »

What Ever Happened to Daphne?

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Yankee classic from October, 2001. If it hadn’t been for the test, most likely nobody outside of Aroostook... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Searching through her grandfather’s attic, local graphic designer Seania McCarthy discovered a clipping about a deserted village in... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Kathy English, who works at Kennedy Brothers, remembers when Hollywood descended on Vergennes and its environs to make... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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For spectacular 360-degree views of the Connecticut River Valley and beyond, head a half mile north of the... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Bookseller Mary Hill likes to scout out the town’s quirky markers and gravestones. “Up on Newfane Hill, west... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Leave behind the downtown hubbub of the wharves and head north of the Goat Island causeway to discover... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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River Road is a don’t-miss. It parallels the Ottauquechee River from Woodstock to Quechee — perfect for a... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Peak color? If it’s the tallest point in Rhode Island you’re asking about, then the answer is Jerimoth... Read More »

What the Locals Know about Pittsfield

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Come Back Next Spring Somehow Pittsfield State Forest on the west side of town has never made a... Read More »

When Granny D Walked Across America

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NOTE: Doris “Granny D” Haddock died in Dublin, New Hampshire, March 9, 2010, at the age of 100.... Read More »



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