West Cornwall Covered Bridge in Cornwall, Connecticut

Why People Love New England

The dream of small towns, stone walls, covered bridges, country stores, and town greens are just some of the reasons why people love New England. What's yours?
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The Perfect Gift—for the Special People in Your Life!

Give your family and friends a gift that delivers all year long—send a subscription to Yankee magazine!
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Spring Chowder with Peas, Potatoes, and Clams

This bright spring clam chowder from chef Cortney Burns gains its creaminess from a garlicky French-style aioli. That, along with the use of fresh clams, makes it a new take on a New England classic.
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Know the Value of Your Attic Treasures!

Among family photos and personal memories, our attics often hold heirlooms and valuables. Discover the value of your jewelry, antiques, and art, or learn more about selling at auction, with Skinner’s appraisal and auction services.
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Beacon Hill Boston

Beacon Hill, Boston | Exploring Boston’s Most Famous Historic Neighborhood

With its brick, ivy, cobblestones, and historic style, the neighborhood of Beacon Hill, Boston is a favorite spot to stroll for both tourists and residents.
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Because fresh tastes better!

A collection of more than 120 classic mouthwatering recipes from our sister publication, The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

Toll House Cookies | The Original Chocolate Chip Cookie

Learn how New England innkeeper Ruth Wakefield invented the most popular cookie in America (Toll House Cookies) by adding Nestle chocolate bits to her cookies.
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Massachusetts Quaker Meetinghouses | Featured Photographer Jean Schnell

A collection of images by featured photographer Jean Schnell celebrating the beauty of Quaker meetinghouses.
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A Visit to Peaks Island, Maine

Just a short ferry ride from Portland, Maine, the picture-perfect Peaks Island offers the perfect New England summer escape.
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