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The Scene

Zen and the Art of Apple Pie

Become one with the dough and bring a taste of flaky bliss to the table. First, there is that apple-cinnamon/caramel steam that grabs you by the nose. Then you see the whole pie emerge from the oven and, finally, a warm apple pie wedge whose juices mingle the melting vanilla bean gelato. You take a bite and smile,...

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State of the Bees

How to help our local honeybees survive “How are the bees?” It is a common refrain we hear as beekeepers. People are genuinely concerned, not just because they love honey, but because they understand the local and global impact of a decimated pollinator population. The answer is … not great. Average colony losses now range from 40 to...

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Empty Calendar

What to do when there's nothing to do The dog days of summer are upon us. In our modern lexicon, that popular term has dual meanings: 1) the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer occurs in the Northern Hemisphere; 2) a period of stagnation or inactivity. In 2020, the dog...

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Art for the People

MassArt’s new contemporary art museum offers free admission. The nation’s first publicly funded freestanding art college, Massachusetts College of Art & Design in Boston opened its doors in 1873 as a reaction, in part, to the Industrial Revolution. According to MassArt’s website, 19th century Bostonians believed that industry and commerce were not the only avenues leading to a...

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