Best of the Web: New England

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We scoured the web to find the best articles, resources, and sites about New England — saving you hours of mind-numbing research.

Jump to: Guides | Food & Drink | Shopping | Museums | Local Color


, (DailyCandy, 10/19/2010)
Eclectic, edible ideas from bread-making classes to farmer's makets to liquid appetizers.

, (Travel+Leisure, 7/2010)
A glorious slideshow of deliciousness and a little history on the consumption of lobster itself.

Providence, Rhode Island: New England’s Coolest City, by Pamela Petro (Telegraph, 5/14/2011)
Fascinating background on the city’s history, architecture, art scene, and areas to visit.

, by Sunshine Flint (BBC Travel, 2/22/2012)
Guide to the residental make-up of Boston.

, Rachel Urquhart (Travel + Leisure, 5/2006)
The history and community of Shakers in New England through the eyes of a non-Shaker.

, by Sally Kilbridge (Condé Nast Traveler, 5/30/2012)
Beautiful scenic inns where you might want to get married or simply fall in love.


, by Gabe Ulla (Gridskipper, 10/18/2011)
Best of the best in Portland, Maine curated by Portland food bloggers.

(Bonappetit, 6/1998)
A classic recipe and taste of Americana.


There is more to the New England aesthetic than colonial style houses.

A tribute to American practicality, ingenuity, style, and the workforce. This clothing company's factory has been in operation for over 75 years.

An extensive collection of rare antique maps and atlases, and vintage transit memorabilia, for the (wannabe) cartographer in all of us. Located in Cambridge, MA.

This iconic company's flagship store is located on Main Street in Freeport, Maine.


Located in Amherst, MA, solely dedicated to showing the works of childrens book illustrators.

, by Lindsey Galloway (6/12/2011)
The background of a quirky destination that plays host to unfortunate works of art.

A historic house, now a museum, that is the only remaining building directly related to the Salem Witchcraft Trials of 1962.

The museum holds over 250,000 including vintage cookbooks, packaging, art, appliances, menus. It may very well change your relationship with food.


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