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Satisfying that streetcar desire: a stint as guest motorman at Connecticut Trolley Museum ( Globe 06/15/2013 9:13 PM )
In Transit: CapeFlyer to Hyannis ( Globe 06/08/2013 9:15 PM )
Bring the Family: Spirals in Charlestown ( Globe 05/31/2013 8:12 PM )
Popularity of outdoor activities keeps growing even as vacation budget crunch eases ( Globe 05/28/2013 12:00 AM )
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Whether it be from atop a mountain, along the coast, or the sun setting at Fenway Park, our readers showed off the scenes and backdrops that make New England special.
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Ocean House ramps up culinary programs
By Paul E. Kandarian, Globe CorrespondentOcean House in Watch Hill, a village of Westerly, R.I., the state’s only AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five Star...
From Maine to Connecticut, lighthouses are defining landmarks of New England.
The temperature is on the rise, and summer has finally made its debut. So break out those shorts, slather on the sunscreen, and enjoy all the cool things Boston has to offer, all without emptying your wallet
From lobsters and scallops to garlic and rhubarb, spring and summer are times for a variety of tastes in New England.
There is no shortage of opportunities to enjoy the Vermont outdoors in the summertime.
Who can resist the promise of your choice of seafood, battered and fried to perfection?
Most people are content to while away the hours on a beach with a good book in hand. Others last about an hour before they need to do something more physical.
We asked several Granite State outdoorspeople including fishing guides, trail developers, and folks at the Appalachian Mountain Club and The Nature Conservancy to share theirs.
What do you love about Boston?
Seeing how passionate Bostonians are for their town, we asked our readers what it is about the city that they love so much. Heres what some of you had to say.
Check out some of New Englands top gut-busting food challenges.
The perfect antidote to the prevalent “witch kitsch’’ of Salem may be a self-guided tour of the city’s African-American Heritage Sites.
Get your sports fix along the Boston Sports Trail. Use our GPS tour to help make the most of it.
Take a GPS-guided tour of Route 127 from the comfort of your car.