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SLIDE SHOW: Long Island Sound in Spring

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The towns that dot the Connecticut shoreline along the Long Island Sound were coming to life as photographer... Read More »

Small Towns in New England

Small Towns in New England

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Connecticut Kent. The first dilemma when visiting Kent is whether to look up to the Berkshire Hills or... Read More »

Sophia Thoreau Leaves | Concord Museum Exhibit

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Henry David Thoreau’s poetry inscribed on leaves. The symbiotic link between nature and literature is perhaps nowhere more... Read More »

Spend a Winter Day in New England

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7:30 A.M. WHERE THE SUN RISES FIRST Sunrise from Cadillac Mountain reveals a coastline carved with a crooked... Read More »

The Best Foliage Drives in New England

The Best Foliage Drives in New England

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So many wonderful drives, so little time. To select these tours, we went to the real road warriors... Read More »

The Best View of All

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By Mel Allen Editor, Yankee Magazine It can be a bit of a local sport, deciding where exactly... Read More »

The Book Barn, Niantic, CT | Family Day-Trip

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Is The Book Barn in Niantic, Connecticut,  the most unusual bookstore in New England? Nestled in a wooded... Read More »

The Bridge to Monomoy | Predator Access

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Erosion may be a significant concern for beachfront homeowners, but other species of Cape Cod dwellers are also... Read More »

The Future Calls

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Here’s an interesting little secret about magazine editors: We’re time travelers. Yes, it’s true. Okay, it’s not the kind of... Read More »

The Northeast Kingdom | When You Go

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Here’s a small sampling of some of Yankee’s favorite places and autumn events in Vermont’s spectacular Northeast Kingdom.... Read More »

The Sound of Spring on the Connecticut Shoreline

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Time stands still in all the best places, but only for so long. As spring melts into Long... Read More »

The Sweet Eye-Opener | Allie’s Donuts

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The Providence metro area, epicenter of Little Rhody, has the greatest number of doughnut shops per capita in... Read More »

Top 20 2013 Maine Summer Events

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Call ahead to confirm dates, times, and admission prices. For hundreds of fairs, festivals, exhibits, shows, and other... Read More »

TRAVEL BONUS: Moose in Maine, Black History Tours, More…

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Enrich your travels with these “Yankee Classic” articles and additional information. Read More »

Travel | Fall Comes to the Lake Country of New Hampshire

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First thing in the morning, I heard the loons. It wasn’t the maniacal laugh, that “crazy as a... Read More »

Travel: New England Traditions

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From swan boats in Boston to sugaring in Vermont, generations of New Englanders know these traditions mark the... Read More »

Two-Wheeling in the Shadow of Monadnock

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By JD Hale Publisher, Yankee Magazine For those of you who are cycling enthusiasts, there are many levels... Read More »

Washington, Maine: Medomak Family Camp

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As dawn broke over the lake this morning, your daughter caught her first perch. A few hours later,... Read More »

What the Yankee Locals Know

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Most of these travel tips for the Monadnock region have been written by Yankee Publishing employees, who live... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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For a great Portsmouth-area breakfast, skip the diner and grab a bite at Seacoast Farmers’ Market. Held each... Read More »

What To Do in Old Saybrook | Lodging, Dining & Attractions

What To Do in Old Saybrook | Lodging, Dining & Attractions

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WHERE TO EAT IN OLD SAYBROOK, CONNECTICUT Penny Lane Pub English-style fare with light options (pear salad and... Read More »

When You Go — Ziplines

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Alpine Adventures Treetop Canopy Tour & Sky Rider Lincoln, NH (offices) 888-745-9911, 603-745-9911 alpinezipline.com Wildcat Mountain Ziprider Pinkham... Read More »

Winter Fun | 17 Ways to Love Winter in New England

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Winter in New England might be the season you look forward to all year, or it might be... Read More »

Write It and They Will Come

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The July/August issue of Yankee features one of the most complex stories we have done during my nearly... Read More »

Ziplining Through Color

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When you’re afraid of heights, a thin grated walkway pegged 40 feet up a tree is an uncomfortable... Read More »



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