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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 »

Annie Grills on the Today Show

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Did you catch Annie B. Copps showing off her latest recipes for the grill on the Today Show... Read More »

Anthony’s Seafood

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Anthony’s stuffies come in both mild and hot options: roasted peppers in the low-key version, cherry peppers in... Read More »

Architectural Salvage Resources | Find a Location Near You

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A sampling of architectural-salvage resources around New England. CONNECTICUT SALVAGE Irreplaceable Artifacts Middletown, CT 860-344-8576 irreplaceableartifacts.com The Old... Read More »

Artful Arrangements

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Balance and harmony are core elements of ikebana, a Japanese style of floral arranging. George Saridakis’s ikebana vases... Read More »

Artisanal Cheese Makers

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In September, the hills of western Massachusetts surrounding Hillman Farm are blazing with autumn color. Carolyn and Joe... Read More »

Ashland, MA: John Stone Inn

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W.R.A.I.T.H. One of T.J.Tucker’s most interesting investigations was conducted at the John Stone Inn in Ashland, Massachusetts. “It... Read More »

Ask the Naturalist: Foliage

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This question isn’t as silly as it might sound at first. Unlike the orange and yellow pigments that... Read More »

Austin’s Auction Tips

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1. Get to know the item that interests you. LaGina Austin recommends attending the auction preview, when “you... Read More »

Avi and Celia Music Review

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At first glance, these two University of Vermont grads may seem a little young to be a folk... Read More »

Avon, CT: Brenden Gobell

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Brenden Gobell is a foodie. He likes real blueberry pancakes, bacon-wrapped scallops, and sushi. He also knows hunger.... Read More »

Award-Winning Photo Essay | The Last Trap Fishermen of Rhode Island

Award-Winning Photo Essay | The Last Trap Fishermen of Rhode Island

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On the evening of May 20 in Atlanta, Georgia, the City and Regional Magazine Association, which comprises 74... Read More »

Baby Lettuce is Better

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It’s true, says Coleman: Small really is better when it comes to winter gardening. Baby leaf greens are... Read More »

Bagaduce Lunch

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For 60 years folks have been slinging seafood, fried and steamed, from a little red-and-white shack perched on... Read More »

Bangor Ghost Hunters Association

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Greenbush, Maine Harold Murray, director bangormaineghosthuntersassociation.com Harold Murray had a paranormal experience when he was young, but that... Read More »

Be-Jeweled

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Designer Kati Enscoe is beginning to get quite a following, and we can see why. Most of her... Read More »

Bear Hair and Emu Oil | Only in New England

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Each winter, the bears at Clark’s Trading Post in Lincoln, New Hampshire, build up thick, woolly coats just... Read More »

Bear Pond

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LOCATION: Bear Pond, Waterford Date: October 11 Time: 6:15 a.m. Equipment: 40mm lens “I’d gone by Bear Pond... Read More »

Bear Pond Waterford

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LOCATION: Bear Pond, Waterford Date: October 10 Time: 3:45 p.m. Equipment: 60mm lens ” I feel as though... Read More »

Bears: A Brief History | Book Review

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The Abenakis called him “cousin,” the Penobscots “grandfather.” The Kets of Siberia preferred “fur father.” In the Carpathian... Read More »

Beautiful Scenery

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Familiar Landscapes Can Look Like Paintings See the other 42 reasons to love winter! Read More »

Becoming a Freedom Trail Player

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I’m on Boston’s Freedom Trail walking tour only out of loyalty to a history-buff pal, not my personal... Read More »

Begin in August

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Coleman’s winter planting begins in early August and extends through mid-September, a period he likes to refer to... Read More »

Berries: Pies and Preserves

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Recipe: Star-Spangled Berry Pie for your 4th of July celebrations. More berry ideas: Watch this “Annie Cooks” video:... Read More »



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