There have been many photographs of Tuesday evening’s sunset, but this one is among the most spectacular we’ve seen – Thanks to Angelo Colao – Image (c) Angelo Colao, 2017 all rights reserved – Click to view larger image
With thanks to Emma Pulizzi for this magical image, captured somewhere in Bedford.
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To accompany Jeff ‘JHo’ Hoyland’s splendid photograph of the spillway, it seems appropriate to share information about the Wilson Mill, courtesy of the Town of Bedford website:
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With thanks to Clive Grainger and Laura Bullock for these recent photographs of the swans at Fawn Lake.
Do you think that the swans will be watching when the interfaith Easter Dawn service begins at 6:30 am on Sunday at the end of Sweetwater Avenue???
By Abby Hafer
In New England, one of the surest signs of spring is not a sight, but a sound. The sound of peepers. Groundhog Day is such a non-starter for us as an indicator of spring that it borders on hilarious. In fact, I have often recovered my February 2 newspaper from a melting snow bank some months later. Early flowers like snowdrops and crocuses, welcome though they are, are completely unreliable as signs of spring as they too often get buried in snow. But by the time that the sound of peepers fills the air, we are on our way.
With photographs by Mary Johannessen and Julie Turner
After several days of raw weather, and before the projected March 30/April 1 storm, we visited both Chip-in Farm and Bedford Blueberry Goat Farm to see the town’s newest four-legged residents.
By Ginni Spencer
I live in a town with a long colonial history – it was first incorporated in 1729. Over time, farms replaced open fields and newer farms replaced older farms. There were a couple of pretty grand hotels here once, judging from the old photos – retreats from the heat of summer for Boston’s elite. But they’re all gone now and have been since before I came here 45 years ago. So I shouldn’t be surprised that the cycle of demolition and replacement is still going on. The more modest houses built after WWII, occupied for much of my time, are now giving way to the spacious footprints demanded by millennials and their families. I don’t begrudge them that – it’s their time after all and many are built to be energy-efficient.
By Andrea Cleghorn
When Gloria Steinem went to Ireland last summer, it was a first ever visit for this woman who has spent all her adult life traveling.
Today, on the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day right in the middle of Women’s History Month, is an opportunity to take a look at the most the world’s most high-profile feminist, author of “My Life on the Road,” but it was not til this past year that she got to the small town of Bantry in (arguably) the greenest nation on the planet.
By Julie McCay Turner
An enterprising reporter from Sunday Night Football on NBC® recently interviewed Brady, a stalwart member of Bedford’s Blueberry Goat Farm team.
Wearing a Number 12 New England jersey, Brady’s interview took place at a farm stand near Boston where the Patriots’ more famous GOAT* is known to shop.