New Hampshire

New Hampshire Theaters

If you want a sense of the enduring strength of New Hampshire’s creative culture, visit the community theaters across the state . Today, a number of them have evolved right alongside their hometowns and their building styles and decorative features are as varied as the performances that they host.  In Keene, New Hampshire, a recent […]


“Weekends with Yankee” Episode 609: The Coast

From Connecticut’s soft sandy beaches to Maine’s rugged granite shores, our Atlantic coastline is a place of beauty and wonder, lapping along five of the six New England states and drawing visitors from around the world. This week, we start in Ogunquit, Maine, named by Yankee magazine as the best beach town in New England. […]

Episode 108: Yankee Ingenuity

“Yankee ingenuity” evokes the best of the New England character—its practicality and know-how. On this episode of Weekends with Yankee, we visit Shelburne Farms, 1,400 acres of stunning farmland and historic buildings on the shores of Lake Champlain, to learn how they make award-winning cheeses with their herd of Brown Swiss cows. We also experience […]


Episode 109: The Island

Off the coasts of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut are some of the most beautiful islands in the country—and this week on Weekends with Yankee, we visit two of them. First stop is Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts, where we check out the historic gingerbread cottages in Oak Bluffs. Next, we’re off to […]


Episode 110: Back to the Land

New England’s landscape is vast and varied—from small farms to sprawling forests, green valleys to rocky mountaintops. Today on Weekends with Yankee, we visit the Well at Jordan’s Farm, where one small farm gives new meaning to “farm to table” dining by serving its own produce at an alfresco restaurant just steps from the fields. […]


Episode 111: Quintessential Villages

New England is known for its postcard-perfect villages. This week on Weekends with Yankee, we pay a visit to Stockbridge, Massachusetts, home of the Norman Rockwell Museum, which houses the famed painter’s best-known works. Our second stop is Woodstock, Vermont, where the ultimate general store, Gillingham & Sons, has been serving customers for 130 years. […]


Episode 112: Fall Color

Yankee editor Mel Allen calls foliage season “New England’s Mardi Gras.” In this episode, we search out the most autumn vivid colors imaginable as we travel along New Hampshire’s famed Kancamagus Highway, one of our region’s most scenic drives. Then we head over to Vermont, where we visit with Allison Hooper, a successful and pioneering […]


New Website – NewEngland.Com – Launches August 1

Will Be The Ultimate Resource For This Iconic Region, Offering Original Expert Content On New England Travel, Lifestyle, Food, The Best Events, And So Much More DUBLIN, NH (August 1, 2016) – Today marks the official launch of, a new multi-portal website designed to be the ultimate online resource for the New England region. […]

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Expert Home Advice | June 2016

House care answers from the largest heritage organization in the country. My 18th-century house has a bake oven in the kitchen hearth that I would like to be able to use. Is this safe? -Jenn F., Newport, RI By the mid-18th century, the standard bake oven in a kitchen hearth had moved from the back […]

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Snow’s Clam Chowder | New England Brands

Craving clam chowder but short on time? Since 1920, Snow’s Clam Chowder has been a favorite New England quick chowder tradition. Here in New England, we’re passionate about homemade clam chowder, but for times when (for convenience’s sake) we must resort to canned, a popular brand with local Maine roots is Snow’s Clam Chowder. Snow’s has […]

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