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Christmas Celebrations at America’s Top Ten Living Museums

Liz Naughton
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Hunting for Christmas Past Starlit skies and candlelit paths, no cars, fresh air, wreaths and garland made with local greens and fruit in doorways and on window sills. The smell of cinnamon, cloves, ginger and a wood fire fill the air. Town folk dressed in period attire walk past. Some stop, chat and provide insight […]

Ten Intriguing Facts About New England’s Most Iconic College Town

Plymouth, Massachusetts: The Roots of Thanksgiving

Liz Naughton
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Many people in America credit the Pilgrims with inventing Thanksgiving, but did they? Apparently the idea of spending a day giving thanks to God stemmed from the days of the English Reformation. The newly formed Protestant church had only 27 holidays. The Catholic church had 95. The Catholic church holidays required church attendance, often meaning […]

Ten Intriguing Facts About New England’s Most Iconic College Town

Leaf Peeping Locations: Here Are Our Top Ten in the US

Alan Lee
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Leaf Peeping? Really? Leaf peeping – it sounds rather scandalous, but most Americans know it’s nothing of the sort. Instead, it is a playful name for the practice of visiting places where the foliage changes color in the fall. The views are often breathtaking and the local atmosphere can provide interested individuals with plenty of […]

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America By Rail: The Most Scenic Train Trips in the US

Alana Armstrong
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“Travel far enough, you meet yourself.” —David Mitchell, author of Cloud Atlas When the early settlers, businessmen, and explorers of America traveled far, they traveled by train. Although they were on the trains for days, they would use the time to write, observe the country and meet fellow travelers. In reality, they would engage in […]

Ten Intriguing Facts About New England’s Most Iconic College Town

A Brew Cruise Through New England: Sampling Beers of the New England States

Demitri Soykovitch
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The Deep South is not the only hops haven in the US.  The Pilgrims were drinking beer all the way back to 1620, so it’s not surprising that New England has more than embraced the craft beer industry. There are just too many good beers deserving recognition across the New England states. For this article (there […]

Ten Intriguing Facts About New England’s Most Iconic College Town

Island Life in the Northeast – New England’s Island Getaway’s

Lana Pelly
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Most people envisage a tropical paradise in a far away land when they think of an island getaway or retreat. What if you knew that a picturesque haven was just around the corner from you? No traveling across continents! No issues with entry visas! And no expensive airfares anymore! Doesn’t that sound appealing? Sequestered in […]

Ten Intriguing Facts About New England’s Most Iconic College Town