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Artists Among Us

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Massachusetts painter Kara Taylor gave up her farm stand and flower farm this past summer to concentrate fully... 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 »

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 »

Finding Baseball’s Heart

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Now that the boys of summer are heading into fall, there comes a fine and insightful book for... Read More »

Maxfield Parrish’s Work Gets a Home

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Maxfield Parrish’s Daybreak recently sold for $7.6 million. That’s good news, because the seller’s grant of $300,000 will... Read More »

Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne

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When Nathaniel Hawthorne died in 1864, his wife and children moved to England. Years earlier, his wife, Sophia,... Read More »

New England by the Numbers

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Mark Twain 17 years Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) spent in his beloved Hartford home (1874-1891) 6 books Twain... Read More »

New England By The Numbers

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16 Supreme Court justices who attended Yale 5 U.S. presidents who graduated from Yale: William Howard Taft, Gerald... Read More »

New England Today

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When Mark Twain was building his 19-room mansion in 1873, the Hartford Daily Times wrote, “The novelty displayed... Read More »

New England Today

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New England Today

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Not Your Common Cold

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The residents of Boston’s South End may be getting some nasty new neighbors soon: Boston University Medical Center... Read More »

Revolutionary Spirit

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And a Bottle of Rum: A History of the New World in Ten Cocktails (Crown Publishing, $24), by... Read More »

Still Golden After All These Years

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Can it really be 25 years since “On Golden Pond” (much of which was filmed on New Hampshire’s... Read More »

The Boots That Made a Legend

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Rare is the American outdoors lover who does not have a pair of L.L. Bean’s rubber-bottomed, leather-topped shoes... Read More »

The Cardboard Rescuer

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Sometimes you wander into an art gallery and find creativity so intense and fun that you just watch... Read More »

The Fairest of Them All

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Whether they’re called fairs, festivals, art shows, or samplers, these events have one important thing in common: They’re... Read More »

The Gun That Built Hartford

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“The good people of this world are very far from being satisfied with each other, and my arms... Read More »

The Quiet Celebration of a Cy Young Winner

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“The day they were announcing the Cy Young [last November], I started to think, What do I say... Read More »

The Smiley Face: More Famous Than Mona Lisa

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Born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts, the late Harvey Ball, a self-employed commercial artist, drew the first smiley... Read More »

Three Soldiers Shoot One Unforgettable Movie

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One of the most praised films and winner of the Best International Documentary competition at this year’s Tribeca... Read More »

Worth the Drive

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The Drawing Room, Cos Cob, Connecticut. Kenleigh and Mike Larock opened their stylish home furnishings and accessories store... Read More »