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A guide to the arts and culture, history, cuisine, and natural beauty of Cambridge, Boston, and beyond.

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A guide to the arts and culture, history, cuisine, and natural beauty of Cambridge, Boston, and beyond.

A summer exhibit at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (above) highlights abstract art…

Photograph courtesy of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

Lincoln offers rich history, nature trails, local food, and art.

July-August 2017

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Barry Van Dusen’s barn swallow (nesting at Stone Barn Farm)

Courtesy of Barry Van Dusen

A trip to Mass Audubon’s unique art museum

May-June 2017

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Ice skating in the heart of downtown Providence

Photograph ©Wickedgood/dreamstime.com

Car-free fun in downtown Providence

January-February 2017

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The Blue Hills Reservation offers treks, along with cross-country and downhill skiing.

Photograph by Lorna Ruby

Appalachian Mountain Club’s winter hiking in the Blue Hills

November-December 2016

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Harold Edgerton captured the interface between art and science, as in his photograph of a bullet passing through an apple. 

Image courtesy of the Bruce Museum

The Bruce Museum highlights “Science in Motion” in Greenwich, Connecticut.

September-October 2016

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The saunas are steps from Furnace Pond, where a raft beckons swimmers.

The saunas are steps from Furnace Pond, where a raft beckons swimmers.

Photograph by James Ahola

The benefits of sweating at a traditional Finnish sauna in Pembroke, Massachusetts

July-August 2016

Destinations

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