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Biddeford Pool 40mm

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LOCATION: Biddeford Pool Date: October 19 Time: 8:30 a.m. Equipment: 40mm lens “I’d come here the day before... Read More »

Big Question: Life Coach Cheryl Richardson

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For nearly two decades, Cheryl Richardson has helped her clients boost their personal achievements and quality of life.... Read More »

Bishop’s Homemade

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The specialty of this big house is a particular New England favorite: Grape-Nut ice cream, complete with crunchy... Read More »

Blackfly Season in New England

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New Englanders take a perverse pride in their blackflies — claiming them as their state “bird,” naming softball... Read More »

Block Island Greenway Trails

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A spectrum of sounds greets the walker on one of Block Island’s Greenway trails: in the foreground, the... Read More »

Block Island, RI: Photo Essay

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Malcolm Greenaway’s photographs of Block Island capture rare scenes that only a few people will ever witness in... Read More »

Block Island, RI: Snorkeling

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Here’s how you find snorkeling in the “garden” in the ocean near Block Island. It’s about 250 paces... Read More »

Bob-Houses | Free Lakefront Homes

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In Praise of BOB-HOUSES | You Can Still Enjoy a Lakefront Home for Free When winter begins to... Read More »

Bobby’s Burger Palace

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We like that celebrity chef Bobby Flay appreciates a simple, good burger enough to open a palace of... Read More »

Bold Coast Trail in Maine

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  Photographs: Maine’s Bold Coast Trail Travel Resources: New England Cliff Walks It was a small lighthouse that... Read More »

Book Review | ‘Go With Me’

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Audio: Vermont author Castle Freeman Jr. reads from Go With Me. Listen now. Every September, when the latest... Read More »

Book Review | The Classmates, by Geoffrey Douglas

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The Classmates: Privilege, Chaos and the End of an Era (Hyperion, $23.95), by longtime Yankee contributor Geoffrey Douglas,... Read More »

Book Review: Disaster in Lawrence

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Witnesses reported that at first, it sounded like snow sliding off a roof, a familiar sound on a... Read More »

Book Review: The Paradise of All These Parts

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One of my favorite New England writers is John Hanson Mitchell, whose Ceremonial Time (1984) investigated the “deep... Read More »

Book Review: Peter’s War

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When historian and constitutional scholar Joyce Lee Malcolm first discovered a 1765 bill of sale for a 19-month-old... Read More »

Book Review: Scattershot

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The eccentric but loving family has long been a staple of American literature, movies, and television, and the... Read More »

Book Review: The Price of Malice

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Read an excerpt: The Price of Malice When Archer Mayor published his first murder mystery about Joe Gunther... Read More »

Book Review: Traditional Barn Dances with Calls & Fiddling

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About 35 years ago, when my wife and I arrived in Concord, New Hampshire, we went to something... Read More »

Book Review: Turn & Jump

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We all know what time is, but when called on to define it, we can’t. Benjamin Franklin said... Read More »

Book Review: Unpacking the Boxes

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Read an excerpt from Donald Hall’s book. “At fourteen I decided to spend my life writing poetry, which... Read More »

Book Reviews: Yankee authors

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These two books have three things in common: Both are by former Yankee writers from Massachusetts, both are... Read More »

Book Reviews: Antiques and Art

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Here are two remarkably similar stories about remarkably dissimilar works of art. Maryalice Huggins calls hers “a love... Read More »

Bookstores: Best 5 in New England

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Suzanne Strempek Shea, one of the Pioneer Valley’s best-loved writers, is the author of five novels and three... Read More »

Boston Lighthouse Keeper Sally Snowman

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Sally Snowman is the 70th keeper of Boston Light, a post that dates back to 1716. She’s the... Read More »

Boston’s Hidden Gardens

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There was a time in Boston’s Back Bay and Beacon Hill when the tiny brick-walled spaces behind homes... Read More »

Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art

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This fall, the Red Sox will have to share the spotlight with a new player in town —... Read More »

Boston’s Jack Williams and “Wednesday’s Child”

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On a day in early October 1981, Jack Williams, a popular Boston news anchor, met a little boy... Read More »