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Cold Snap and a Sick Horse

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In winter, I’m grateful for small things: a steaming mug of coffee; warm, dry socks; a plowed path... Read More »

Cold Water Swimmer

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Lynne Cox’s strange and wonderful relationship with the coldest waters on the planet began, naturally, as a youngster... Read More »

Cold-Water Swimming

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We Can Still Go Swimming Amoskeag Ledge in Manchester, New Hampshire, attracted the city’s famous Brownies (photo circa... Read More »

College Art Museums: Top 5 in New England

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We asked critic Edgar Allen Beem, author of Yankee’s art blog, “Just Looking,” to name the five best... Read More »

Collinsville, CT: Halloween Parade

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This year’s event will be held on Halloween, Saturday, October 29. Kids’ activities begin at 6:30 p.m.; parade... Read More »

Comfort Food

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Comfort Food Warms Us, Body and Soul One of winter’s great rewards is the excuse to savor rich... Read More »

Community-Supported Fisheries Around New England | Resource List

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Cape Ann Fresh Catch Headquarters: Gloucester, MA 978-283-2504 capeannfreshcatch.org Port Clyde Fresh Catch Headquarters: Port Clyde, ME 207-372-1055,... Read More »

Confessions of a Marsha Jordan Girl

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When blueberries are in season and I’m feeling nostalgic for my younger days, I dig out a purple-stained... Read More »

Connecticut Calendar for March/April 2011

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MAR. 4-6: DARIEN, Darien Antique Show. The First Congregational Church of Darien hosts a small, friendly show, with... Read More »

Connecticut Food Trail: Burgers

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With its significant coastline and interior farmland, Connecticut suffers no shortage of great food from land and sea.... Read More »

Connecticut: A Natural Gentility

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As you drive along Route 169 in the eastern part of the state, it soon becomes clear why... Read More »

Cookbook: Homemade Favorites for Every Season

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Here in New England we live by the seasons. They shape our days and inform our appetites. Yankee... Read More »

Cookies for Christmas Swaps and Gifts

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There’s no time like the present to make a gift of homemade cookies. Read on for Christmas cookie... Read More »

Cooking Aboard Sailboat

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“It was our love for the ocean that brought us together in the first place,” says Helen Gallo... Read More »

Cornish

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LOCATION: Cornish Date: October 13 Time: 1:00 p.m. Equipment: 60mm lens “This was a quick shot. I wanted... Read More »

Count Rumford: Inventor, Traitor

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, it is said, counted as the three most brilliant Americans Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and... Read More »

Counter Point

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“The regulars sit at the counter. They come in between 8:00 and 9:00, and they talk about politics... Read More »

Crowley Cheese

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This dairy, our family favorite, has been making cheese in small batches, by hand, since 1824. It’s the... Read More »

Dad’s Day Gifts

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Here are some favorite New England products, and one from Canada, that make a hit as Dad’s Day... Read More »

Daily Chocolate

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The cream, butter, and maple syrup come from local sources, but the cherries marinated in port wine and... Read More »

David Coakley, Bartender, Cambridge, Massachusetts

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The perfect pint? “It takes patience and about three pours — at least four minutes,” says David Coakley.... Read More »

David Haskell: Green Giant in Massachusetts

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Small stones crunch beneath David Haskell’s boots as he strolls along a shady path amid Allen C. Haskell... Read More »

Dear Yankee

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Lyme Watch I think Edie Clark’s piece on the Lyme disease epidemic is one of the finest things... Read More »

Dear Yankee

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Wrong Target Edie Clark’s bucolic view of country life is certainly charming, but she should have been fretting... Read More »

Dear Yankee

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Nature’s Own Carpet Your brief piece on diverse vs. monoculture lawns [“Ask the Naturalist,” July/August 2008, p. 30]... Read More »

Decode the Meaning of Handkerchief Flirtations

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My great-grandmother was born just before the start of the Civil War and so spent her teens in... Read More »

Decorating for the Holidays

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New England’s style genius, Matthew Mead, creates a sparkling new look for decorating for the holidays, from tabletops... Read More »



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