Need to get away from it all. Well the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston will be playing host to the Boston Globe Travel Show on February 11 through 13. The show will feature:
In addition to great deals on travel, the show is augmented by a full schedule of fun and educational activities . . . → Read More: Boston Travel Show – Seaport World Trade Center in Boston
25 years ago today at around 11:40 AM, I, like many, was glued to a TV to watch the first teacher take off into space aboard the space shuttle. I was sitting in a conference room in the sales office of Prime Computer on Speen Street in Framingham, MA along with many co-workers. The . . . → Read More: Remembering Christa
If the idea of back country cross country skiing from one destination to another appeals to you, then there are two cross country ski systems in Maine that may be of interest to you.
Maine Huts & Trails Maine Huts & Trails, located in the Carrabassett Valley in Maine, currently consists of 30 miles . . . → Read More: Back-Country Hut to Hut Cross Country Skiing in Maine
Many New England events have a long history. We are, after all, one of the few parts of the country with a long history. Not many, however, have been around much longer than the Dartmouth Winter Carnival.
It all started back in the winter of 1910 as a “field day”. The 1910 field day . . . → Read More: Dartmouth Winter Carnival – the Mardi Gras of the North
The Boston Wine Festival 2011 marks the 22nd annual Boston Wine Festival. The festival actually kicked off on January 7th and runs through April 1st. Exclusive wine dinners and events take place throughout the 3 months of the festival that is held at the Boston Harbor Hotel.
The Boston Wine Expo 2011 also marks . . . → Read More: Two Major Wine Events in Boston
So it has been a tough couple of weeks. 18+ inches of snow last week. 6 more inches this week followed by sleet, freezing rain, rain, and then snow again. 3 to 7 more inches in the process of falling as I type…
It is times like this that I think it is beneficial . . . → Read More: Ten Reasons We Love Winter in New England
It’s winter. There is snow. For those intrepid souls who don’t simply want to stay inside for the winter months there are numerous activities that can get you into the great outdoors. One popular winter activity is snowmobiling.
Where can you snowmobile in Massachusetts? Well it turns out that the Department of Conservation and . . . → Read More: Snowmobiling in Massachusetts
Every year for the last five the Elemental Theatre Collective in Providence, RI has issued a challenge to Providence playwrights – write a play in 6 weeks to enter the annual Go.Go Plays contest. 31 plays were submitted in the fall of 2010. From that, four have been selected for production:
Wake by Jill . . . → Read More: Go.Go 5 in Providence, RI
Not to be outdone by the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races and the Wilderness Sled Dog Race in Maine, New Hampshire has several sled dog races of its’ own to keep mushers and their dogs happy. Coming up this year we have:
Stratford Nighthawks Sled Dog Race – Since 2004 the Stratford NH . . . → Read More: Some New Hampshire Sled Dog Races
Does yesterday’s nor’easter have you feeling a little shut in. Are you dreaming of warmer weather as you stare out at the mounds of snow that now line your driveway. Well if you would like to get a little taste of summer in winter, how about taking in the Providence Boat Show this coming . . . → Read More: The Providence Boat Show – A Taste of Summer in Winter