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These New England Graves—from Kerouac’s to a Titanic Survivor’s—Are Worth Planning a Day Trip Around

Plan a Massachusetts day trip this month around some of the most famous dead people in New England. Who should you pay your respects to? We tell you where the remains of three famous New Englanders lie and what the cities of their final resting places have to offer (Egg in a Jar, anyone?). Explore New England Enjoy a Weekend Escape to One of These Former Mill Cities in Mass.

New Salem Events for 2014

Salem is known as the Halloween Capital of the World for a reason – and not just because 20 witches were executed there in the 17th century. But if you live within a 50-mile radius, you may feel as if you’ve seen or done it all. Check out these events that are new for 2014. Haunted Houses Across New England for 2014 10 New England Haunted Houses for Everyone, from Horse Lovers to Gore Addicts Fall Guide 2014

Life Imitates Art at Boston-Area Museums

To quote our own Henry David Thoreau, “This world is but a canvas to our imagination.” People are using Boston-area museums as their canvas, striking a pose as JFK, a dinosaur, a one-armed pirate, and more. Take a look at their photos. Free Museums in Boston and Beyond Boston Visitor’s Guide

Where Is This New England Vanderbilt Mansion? A Travel Tuesday Photo

This New England mansion is a National Historic Landmark and a symbol of the Vanderbilt family’s social and financial prominence during the turn of the 20th century. Where is it? Where is Jack Kerouac’s Grave? Where is This Dramatic Massachusetts Waterfall? Where is WaterFire?

A Chart to Help You Make the Toughest Decision of the Year

Are you in a long-term relationship? Do you enjoy spending time with your family? Do you even like Thanksgiving? How Low Can You Go? Macy’s Announces 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Opening

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