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A Taste of Massachusetts

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It’s no secret that here at Living we thrive on discovering unique and small businesses, and that we’re constantly combing the country to see what makers of all types (crafters, artists, farmers, chefs, restaurateurs…) are up to. Recently, I was given the opportunity to experience a little “home away from home” right here in New [...]

Dispatch from the Kutztown Folk Festival

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Last year, we had a blast at the annual Kutztown Folk Festival, and we can’t wait to go back this year (June 29 to July 7). We thought we’d pique your interest and share a few photos and a video we took as we ate, danced, and shopped our way through this nine-day celebration of [...]

Coming Soon: The High Line Hotel

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Living got an exclusive sneak peek at the lobby of the the High Line Hotel, which will open late this spring in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood. By the looks of this sketch from architecture and interior-design heavyweight Roman and Williams, the cozy 60-room property will be a beauty, filled with vintage furniture found along [...]

A Martha Faceoff

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Have you heard? Martha Stewart signed up for Match.com! She’s taking a leap of faith and needs your words of wisdom. Help Martha put her best face forward by telling us which photo is your favorite in the comments section. The winning photo will become her newest dating profile picture. Please vote—Martha’s counting on you! [...]

American Made Series: Rose Story Farm

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On this month’s American Made Series page in Living, we featured Danielle and Bill Hahn of Rose Story Farm. The couple has specialized in heritage American roses since 1998. Have you always had a passion for gardening? I have always had a passion for what comes out of a garden, but had tried to stay away from the dirt and the [...]

The Photographer’s Eye: Holger Thoss’ Family Panoramas

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  I met the photographer Holger Thoss years ago when we were both working at the documentary agency, Magnum. I still have a great love of reportage photography and looking at Holger’s incredible family panoramas, I see that he does too. The photographs are beautifully constructed from different shots of one family as they participate [...]

Guest Pinner: Grace Atwood of “Stripes & Sequins”

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All that glitters may not be gold, but you can guarantee it will still catch guest pinner Grace Atwood’s admiring eye. Grace is the voice behind fashion & DIY blog Stripes & Sequins. With weekly runway-inspired DIY projects, as well as a mix of fashion, beauty, and lifestyle posts, Stripes & Sequins has been catching the attention of [...]

Links We Love This Week

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What are you up to this weekend? We’re looking forward to visiting Ann Hamilton’s installation, above, and watching episode one of Downton Abbey’s third season. Here are a few fun links from around the web… Wouldn’t you love to warm up by one of these ultra-modern wood-burning stoves? A tray of these and a batch of these equals an instant [...]

How to Plan a Last-Minute New Year’s Party

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Planning a bash they’ll never forget doesn’t have to sap all your free time and energy. In fact, you can do it in the time it would take you to watch four episodes of Downton Abbey. Here, a few of our best ideas for throwing together a day-of shindig. Four Hours to Go Worry less [...]

Guest Pinner: Alicia of “Dismount Creative”

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Like so many of our favorite bloggers, Alicia DiRago is a whiz in the world of DIY and design. Her blog, Dismount Creative, is where she shares her favorite inspirational finds from around the web. She’s also the founder and CEO of Whimseybox, a monthly subscription box and website for craft lovers. And for the [...]