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Christopher Muther/ globe staff
Every great hotel has a story. Château Frontenac, towering above the mighty St. Lawrence Seaway, is no exception.
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If the comedian is not visiting his hometown, Cook also enjoys Hawaii.
Todd Ray is determined to preserve the art of the famed 19th-century sideshows.
The Vogelsang was one of our surprise discoveries during a meandering journey through the enigmatic Eifel.
Don’t spoil a summer vacation with bedbugs.
Tulpenland, a small attraction opened in 2012 by the large bulb company Fluwel, is an hour north of Amsterdam.
A booking error by a United Airlines agent forces Evelyn Jaffe to pay for a new flight to Hawaii. Is she entitled to a refund?
Picasso’s TV-watching and Japanese Art Deco are on the museum docket.
In Ontario’s wine country, close to 100 vineyards produce riesling, chardonnay, pinot noir, and arguably the province’s best known beverage, the sweet icewine.
Eight young indie acts — all of them made up of students at Berklee College of Music — will play two outdoor concerts at Topnotch.
AP PHOTO/WHITE HOUSE VIA THE JOHN F. KENNEDY LIBRARY AND MUSEUM IN BOSTON, Cecil Stoughton
In its second century as a resort, the Barnstable village has reestablished the timeless seaside tourist lures.
The best wings on Cape Cod are at Hangar B, a hip, colorful restaurant located at the Chatham Municipal Airport.
The Cape Cod Baseball League is baseball at its best.
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Cannonballs were fired in Falmouth. Come and see ’em.
Woods Hole is a kind of summer camp for inquiring minds, and even visitors who didn’t do their high school science projects.
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News, apps, deals, and gear from New England and beyond.
Weekend Fun Guide
New England’s hottest, coolest, jazziest, beachiest, blueberry-est summertime festivals.
The orchestra’s dynamic director and conductor spoke with the Globe from his home near San Francisco.
The owners of the store Daytrip Society in Kennebunkport, Maine, share their favorite day trips.
This city of charming neighborhoods reflects the values of its hip young residents, especially its thriving community of active families.
Friends in Berkeley invited the writer for a drive north along Route 1 for a day of eating bliss. How could she refuse?
Waterbury is blessed with a bounty of things we love about Vermont: great eats, beautiful outdoors, and sporty activities.
Brussels is renowned for chocolate, beer, and diplomacy, but it is also home of the Musical Instruments Museum.
Kennebunk’s Lower Village and Kennebunkport’s Dock Square are like two claws of a lobster making one tasty destination.
The urban hotel lends a dash of South Beach sizzle to the newly branded NoMad (north of Madison Park) neighborhood in New York.