On Scott Farm in Dummerston, more than 100 ‘almost-lost’ varieties are grown with tender care
Cookbook brings everything full circle for couple behind Carr’s Ciderhouse in Hadley
Signs that fall has arrived in New England: Leaves of gold, red and orange. Crisp, cool nights. Apple harvests and overflowing pumpkin patches. And with it comes a bounty of autumn-flavored goodness: Apple cider, apple and pumpkin pies, and the indulgence in apple cider doughnuts. We all have our favorite apple cider doughnuts, since no… Continue reading Where to find apple cider doughnuts …
Shakers removed headstones to reflect values of spiritual life
Combining contemporary-chic and early 20th century design at The Equinox
Green Mountain Falconry School makes ancient sport accessible to the masses
Distillery raises a glass, or two, to the Spirits of Old Bennington
By Bob Audette I don’t recall when I first summited Mount Monadnock in Jaffrey, N.H., but it has loomed over my life since my folks uprooted me and my two brothers from suburban Connecticut to the rural, rough-and-tumble village of Troy, N.H., in 1968. In my first dozen years or so in the Granite State,… Continue reading In the shadow of Mount Monadnock
Institutions in the Berkshires and Southern Vermont present a season of new perspectives.
Appalachian Trail towns open their hearts and homes to through-hikers.