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Deerfield, MA: Spinning Wheel Chair

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Industrialization, the advent of electricity, and the closing of the frontier provoked a national identity crisis at the... Read More »

Defense of the Norway maple

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I live in a small house with many windows. From mid-October to Thanksgiving, the front and sides bathe... Read More »

Del Christman, Dogman, Lowell, Massachusetts

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Dogman starts his howl at 6 p.m. That’s when Del Christman, minor-league baseball’s most recognizable hot-dog guy, puts... Read More »

Dessert: Pie or Indian Pudding

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If you’re in New England, dessert just has to be pie. Unless it has to be Indian pudding,... Read More »

Detail: A Never-Ending Porch

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To connect sweeping views of Sebago with the interior of the house, the owners selected glass doors. The... Read More »

Dick Pulsifer, Boat Builder, Brunswick, Maine

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To say Dick Pulsifer makes boats is to say Stradivari made fiddles. Every year for the past three... Read More »

Dick Vincent, Charter Fishing-Boat Captain, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

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Dick Vincent guarantees you’ll catch fish while out on his Flashy Lady — maybe bluefish, but probably large... Read More »

Dinners at the Farm: Celebrating the Land

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On summer evenings in Connecticut, a farmer’s field transforms into an elegant harvest-to-plate dining experience. “To work all... Read More »

Do You Want to Start a B&B?

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Read about one couple’s experience: Hawthorn Inn, Concord, MA The first and ultimately the most important question is... Read More »

Donald Hall: A Poet for All Ages

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Donald Hall has long been one of New England’s most gifted writers of poetry and prose. Writing from... Read More »

Doug Flutie Hail Mary Pass | The Miracle in Miami

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Mel Allen wrote this Yankee Classic in November 1989 on the fifth anniversary of Doug Flutie’s football triumph... Read More »

Drum It Up

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You don’t expect to find Caribbean music in New England, let alone a crafter of Caribbean instruments. But... Read More »

Earned Gifts of a Boston Winter

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Photo Credit: Christopher Churchill Slide Show: Boston in Winter Bostonians complain about a lot of things, and they... Read More »

Eben Horton, Glassblower, Wakefield, Rhode Island

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If Eben Horton minds the crowd of tourists, he doesn’t show it. His studio operates out of an... Read More »

Eddie Perez: Mayor of Hartford

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From Yankee Magazine June 2006 The trees and shrubs of Bushnell Park in Hartford, including a Chinese mahogany,... Read More »

Editor’s Letter to our Readers

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Usually I take this space to tell you about the stories inside our current issue. The feature “25... Read More »

Eilen Jewell | Music Review

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Musician Eilen Jewell is a ghost behind the microphone–a thin, blond wisp of a woman with a pair... Read More »

Eli Reed & the True Loves | Music Review

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When leading a revival of an all-but-dead genre, it’s not enough to be good — you have to... Read More »

Emilia Dahlin | Music Review

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From the opening licks of Emilia Dahlin’s “God Machine,” it’s clear that she’s something special. In a region... Read More »

Encyclopedia of Fall: A is for acer saccharum (sugar maple)

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Because rural New England is a well-watered and well-wooded region, people here live much with trees–trees not only... Read More »

Energy Efficient: Vermont Five-Star Home

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This brand-new house in Vermont has everything — a spacious kitchen with soapstone counters, a great room with... Read More »

Erica Wheeler | Music Review

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How often do we hear about another old farm being demolished and redeveloped as a subdivision or strip... Read More »

Essence of Emu

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The emu, like its cousin the ostrich, is a strange bird: 5 to 6 feet tall and 90... Read More »

Excerpt from The Paradise of All These Parts

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Katherine Nanny Naylor was born in England in 1630 and died in Boston in 1715. Around 1650 she... Read More »

Exhibit Schedule

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May 8-25 Shelburne Farms, Shelburne, VT 802-985-8686; shelburnefarms.org June 1-15 National Arts Club, New York, NY 212-475-3424; nationalartsclub.org... Read More »

Facts About Evergreen Trees

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Fresh Christmas trees are like sponges: Their moisture alone weighs more than the tree itself does when dry.... Read More »

Fall Activities in New England | 15 Fun Things to Do During Foliage Season

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Looking for fun fall activities in New England? Use this list of 15 ways to celebrate the foliage... Read More »



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