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Bad News: Drought, Storms Could Wipe Out This Year’s New England Foliage

Don’t look now, but all those brightly colored leaves that popped up early this year, giving much of New England a premature dose of peak […]

Travel

Explore New England This Fall with These Hidden Gems

Please check state and local COVID-19 guidelines before embarking on your next adventure. HIDDEN-GEM GETAWAY Milford, New Hampshire Given the state of the world, you […]

Travel

Use This Interactive Fall Foliage 2020 Map to Plan Your Next Getaway

One of the few predictable outcomes of 2020 will soon come to pass: In a matter of weeks, leaf-peeping season will arrive more or less […]

Style

Shop Custom Boards at New Hampshire’s Cedar Surf Company

There’s a perception that surfing in New England is an inaccessible sport: It takes a lot of skill, the boards are expensive, and—perhaps the biggest […]

Travel

Five Stunning Spots for Bostonians to Go Glamping

Be sure to check current COVID-19 travel rules before booking your trip. Sandy Pines Campground Kennebunkport, Maine Kennebunkport’s Sandy Pines Campground has whimsical accommodations for […]

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Travel

Your New Socially Distanced Weekend Getaway: New Hampshire’s Great North Woods

A change of scenery can do wonders for the mind and—if you’re willing to get muddy and poke around the scenery—the body, too. But getting […]

Home & Property

A Treehouse, Geodesic Dome, Hobbit Home, and Other Rare New England Homes for Sale

Photos via Coldwell Banker A Dramatic Treehouse in the Woods 88 Bay Point Road, Newbury, NH Price: $649,000 Size: 815 square feet Bedrooms: 2 Baths: […]

Restaurants

Is the East Coast’s Best Mexican Food at Vida Cantina, a Former Friendly’s in New Hampshire?

Fun fact: A James Beard Award–nominated chef is making some of the best Mexican food on the East Coast in a former Friendly’s in Portsmouth, […]

City Life

Watch a New Hampshire Turkey Expertly Help His Buds Cross the Street in Traffic

There’s no way around it: Living in New England means coexisting with turkeys. They’re foraging in our yards, attacking our mailmen, strutting on our sidewalks, and, […]

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Travel

Five Small Museums in New Hampshire That Are Hidden Gems

America’s Stonehenge No, not the Stonehenge across the pond. It turns out that New Hampshire has a Stonehenge of its very own. Located in Salem, […]

City Life

Not Great: NH Students Sang Song about the KKK to the Tune of “Jingle Bells”

New Hampshire school officials are investigating and a teacher has been suspended after video surfaced of what is sure to be the most disturbing rendition […]

Home & Property

How a Squam Lake Vacation Home Became a Peaceful Retreat

A technophile creates a peaceful retreat on Squam Lake.

City Life

A Brave Beachgoer from Boston Saved Two People from Rip Tides in New Hampshire

A frightening and tragic case involving an apparent rip tide at a New Hampshire beach on Sunday could have claimed more lives, had it not been […]

Home & Property

Care to Live on a Private Island in Lake Winnipesaukee?

Here’s an idea to float by your family: What if everybody pitched in to buy a private island in New Hampshire? If you pooled your money […]

Travel

Five Stunning Spots for Bostonians to Go Glamping

Sandy Pines Campground Kennebunkport, Maine Kennebunkport’s Sandy Pines Campground has whimsical accommodations for glampers of all tastes, from professionally designed safari tents to camp carriages […]