From the misty mountains in Maine to the coastal charms of Cape Cod, there's no shortage of adventure in New England: Get ready to hit the road with Moon New England Road Trip.
The New England landscape has long been battered by some of the most intense weather in the United States. The region breeds one of the highest concentrations of meteorologists in the country for a reason. One can experience just about anything except a dust storm.
Explore the pine-lined mountain trails, serene ponds, and rugged island coasts of Maine's stunning Acadia National Park with Moon.
With details on everything from Bunker Hill to Central Square, this is the only guide a native or traveler needs.
The Not For Tourists Guide to Boston is a map-based, neighborhood-by-neighborhood guidebook for already street-savvy Bostonians, business travelers, and tourists alike.
The attack on Pearl Harbor changed the lives of the people in Bennington in dramatic ways.
In the tradition of Silent Spring, a modern parable of the American experience and our paradoxical relationship with the natural world.
Though it seems a part of the "natural" landscape of New England today, the Swift River Valley reservoir, dam, dike, and nature area was a triumph of civil engineering. It combined forward-looking envi
What do the oldest black church in the country, an Arts-and-Crafts-style artists' studio building, a concrete football stadium, and an acoustically perfect performance space have in common? They are all National Historic Landmarks located in Boston. In fact, the city boasts more National Historic Landmarks per square mile than any other major city in the country.
New England once hosted large numbers of anadromous fish, which migrate between rivers and the sea. Salmon, shad, and alewives served a variety of functions within the region's preindustrial landscape, furnishing not only maritime areas but also agricultural communities with an important source of nutrition and a valued article of rural exchange.
Witches and Warlocks of Massachusetts is a collection of legends and historical accounts about witches and warlocks from the Bay State.
A new edition of a bestselling book looking at the history of Boston through fifty artifacts.
Joseph M. Bagley, the city archaeologist of Boston, uncovers a fascinating hodgepodge of history—from ancient fishing grounds to Jazz Age red-light districts—that will surprise and delight even longtime residents.
A visit from the President of the United States always brings with it excitement. In Maine, perhaps part of that excitement stems from the fact that presidents rarely visit the state-only 18 of the 45 presidents have visited Maine in the nation's 244-year history. Many of these visits came at significant points in a presidency; and some visits had controversy, conflict, and ironic twists.
Pirate's Gold is story of a great American fortune, a man with the Midas touch, and his descendants who inherited more money than was good for them. A small-town boy from Massachusetts, Henry Huttleston Hell-Hound Rogers helped build Standard Oil into the world's largest oil company, gaining renown as a notorious Wall Street "pirate." After he died, his children inherited $49,000,000--billi
Wildsam Field Guides: Boston leads travelers through an authentic experience of a city that is America's engine of innovation, the Revolution's hometown and a great place for a beer and a ballgame.