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From Little League to “The Office”

The New England Connection to the Hit TV Show

Even in New England where small towns and close knit communities are often part of our youth, the fast moving and mobile culture in which we live has made keeping up with your high school classmates increasingly challenging.

By Peter F. Demers | September 27, 2012
BerryLine: A Refreshing New England Twist on Frozen Yogurt

Cambridge, Massachusetts

With so much buzz around Facebook lately, you’d be forgiven for thinking that founder Mark Zuckerberg is the only successful entrepreneur ever to come out of Harvard. Certainly he’s the most...

By Andrew Ladd | September 18, 2012
The Lure of Wellfleet

Wellfleet, Massachusetts

I glanced down at the computer keyboard and mulled over how to answer my son. I had just recruited him for the creation of an eBook.

By Alexandra Grabbe | September 04, 2012
Navigating the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum

Boston, Massachusetts

The Kennedy’s are like the royal family of Massachusetts. At the height of their popularity, the nation’s infatuation with the first lady, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, is only comparable to the...

By Lindsay Tucker | August 02, 2012
Booklovers’ Gourmet

Webster, Massachusetts

At a time when big chain bookstores nationwide are struggling to survive, a 1,000-square foot independent shop in Webster, MA is celebrating sixteen strong years in business.

By Phyllis Hanlon | July 02, 2012
New England’s Anti-Bride Wedding Planner Fills a Nuptial Niche

Boston, Massachusetts

Something new is happening to the wedding business these days. Some bold New Englanders are resisting the tried and true matrimonial customs and blazing their own blissful trails to the altar...

By Rhiannon L. D’Angelo | May 15, 2012

A Video Dramatization of Life when the Tourists Leave, Provincetown, MA

New England beach resorts experience a reality quite unlike most others. As the crazed summer season succumbs to bleak, cold winter months, most businesses shut up shop and the town comes close to...

By Peter F. Demers | April 23, 2012
Bar Hopping the St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Boston, Massachusetts

As a pretty typical looking Irish American, March 17th represents the one time of year I get to happily celebrate my round face, tiny chin, pasty skin, and stocky body. In Boston, there’s only one...

By Mike Dunphy | March 16, 2012

Hollywood Special Effects in the Berkshires

New England has numerous first rate museums, from world class art museums such as Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts to smaller local museums like Lyman Alley Art Museum, in New London, Connecticut....

By Peter F. Demers | March 15, 2012


November 07, 2011
BY Melanie Lown
July 29, 2011
BY Melanie Lown
June 08, 2011
BY Peter F. Demers and Tony Zampelli

The Bay State prides itself on its cultural heritage, and the strong manufacturing base built by its innovative people. The state offers scenic beauty in its coastal towns and the rolling hills of the Berkshires offer the diversity that makes Massachusetts a leading tourist destination.

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In our first monthly column on the Naval Submarine Base New London, or SUBASE, ONE looks at the history and development of the world’s first submarine base. In our first monthly column on the Naval Su

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