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2011 Spring Photo Contest Finalists

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We received a great response to our first-ever spring photo contest! After serious deliberation, we’ve narrowed it down... Read More »

2011 Spring Photo Contest Winner

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Salty at the Nantucket Daffodil Festival by Charlotte Carey Photography When we first looked at this shot, the... Read More »

Best Spring Events in New England

Best Spring Events in New England

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Spring in New England is a time when we gratefully head outside to shake off the winter cobwebs... Read More »

Best Spring Flower Festivals in New England

Best Spring Flower Festivals in New England

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Nothing says spring like the first blossoms of the season. The bright colors which sprout from every tree... Read More »

Best Ways to Welcome Spring in New England

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Spring has sprung! Daffodils, crocuses, and forsythia have all begin to bloom and we are throwing open our... Read More »

Creamy Asparagus Quiche

Creamy Asparagus Quiche

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Quiche takes a turn for the decadent with this Creamy Asparagus Quiche — perfect for your Easter menu... Read More »

Lemony Asparagus-Dill Soup

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Spring has been teasing us here in Boston the last few weeks and months. We had some early... Read More »

Nantucket’s Daffodil Festival

Spring can be a funny business in New England. You’re loading up the wood stove one day, and... Read More »

Paint Chip Napkin Rings

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Tulips were the hot item at the farmers market this weekend.  I couldn’t resist grabbing a gorgeous pink... Read More »

Signs of Spring | Photography Slide Show

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According to legend, we can expect an extended winter because Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Groundhog Day... Read More »

Skunk Cabbage | The First Flower of Spring

Skunk Cabbage | The First Flower of Spring

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She comes to breakfast at my mother-in-law’s house in Madison, Connecticut, almost every Sunday, and my children call... Read More »

SLIDE SHOW: Spring Flowers

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Spring is well on its way here in New England. As the snow melts there is nothing more... Read More »

Spring Peepers | The Sound of Spring

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Excerpt from “The Sound of Spring,” Yankee Magazine, April 1984 In 1956, when I was nine years old, we... Read More »

Spring Things

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Here are ways to welcome New England’s most-welcome season — SPRING! 1. Cook fresh with spring garden recipes... Read More »

Spring | New England Numbers

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What are the numbers behind spring in New England? The ounces of blood a blackfly will draw, the... Read More »

The Pleasures of May

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Maybe this month is called “May” because of all the new things that are possible. “A stick, a... Read More »

Why I Read About Grilling in the Early Spring

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I love this time of year in New England, and I hate this time of year in New... Read More »

‘Ice Out’ on Joe’s Pond | Sign of Spring

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In Vermont’s north country, spring’s true arrival is marked by “ice out” – when a special raft sinks into... Read More »



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