Tag: New England

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Quest for the Quintessential Quaint New England Experience:

Have you ever felt the urge to experience a quintessential New England moment? By this, I of course mean having clam chowder on the waterfront in a craggy, seaside New England town. At around two o’clock on Sunday of our first long weekend after Winter Break, four of us caught the fever and embarked on…

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Thowing a Holiday Party?

With all the entertaining that goes on at this time of year, people tend to get tired of dressing in nice clothes and standing around pine trees making small talk. Holiday parties are nice and all, but, let’s face it, when your weekends are booked solid with so much visiting and holiday cheer, you get…

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Gems of New England

Looking for something to do with your spare time over the holidays? Do you long to do something special for your significant other during the break that won’t empty your bank account? Well you don’t have to go far to find some fantastic places. Rhode Island, Maine and Vermont have some of the “best kept…

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The Maine Event

So you have another long fall weekend ahead. But you don’t have enough time to travel overseas and you’re sick of ending up in New York and spending more money than you wanted to. What should you do? Well, we decided to travel within New England. We rented a zipcar and drove up to Maine…

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Crossing the Chasm:

Last week the Harbus ran a special section for skiers. Included in this section were articles on saving money on the slopes and avoiding overcrowded mountains. As it so often happens, the topic of Nordic skiing was overlooked, though it offered a remedy to both problems. Nordic, or cross country skiing, is a great alternative…

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Tremblant: TrŠs Bien!

As the unbelievably hot summer and cool fall turn into the typical New England winter, one can already notice the smiling faces of a number of HBSers on campus. These are the avid skiers, waiting in anticipation for the first snowflakes to fall. Well, in case you missed it, they have already fallen and some…

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Money-Saving Ski Tips

When it comes to skiing in New England, there’s certainly no shortage of options. You can stay in the area and head to local resorts such as Nashoba Valley or Wachusett Mountain. If Vermont or Maine is your ideal destination, hop in the car and in a couple of hours you could be swishing your…

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Golfing in Boston

While Boston may not be the ideal destination for a golf vacation getaway, there are plenty of good and fairly inexpensive courses perfect for a student on a budget. The closest course to campus is Fresh Pond, a fairly well maintained 9-hole par 35 course. While the $18 green fee is a little pricey, this…

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Discoveries of the new year

Its been a busy month…One fine Sunday, section NE set out to discover the cross country skiing prospects of New England. Unfortunately snowstorms reigned in the plans and so the photo features section E discovering the joys of the copious pancake breakfasts at IHOP instead. Thanks to Laura McKinnon for hosting a girls night -in…

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The Beer Colomn

Ok, I admit it; I’m running a little low on ideas for “The Beer Column.” There is only so much you can say about beer without getting too technical and boring. To help remedy the situation, I came up with a plan so diabolically clever it could only have come from the likes of Dear…

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Willie Brings Texas Charm to Boston

From his first chords to his final bow, Willie Nelson charmed a packed house, as his Willie Nelson and the Family Tour made a stop in Boston at the Orpheum Theatre, Friday, January 25. While Nelson’s repertoire of folk-country hits such as “Georgia on My Mind,” “Pancho & Lefty,”and “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain,”…

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SUPER BOWL HISTORICAL RESULTS

SUPER BOWL HISTORICAL RESULTS Super Bowl Year Score I 1967 Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10II 1968 Green Bay 33, Oakland 14III 1969 N.Y. Jets 16, Baltimore 7IV 1970 Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7V 1971 Baltimore 16, Dallas 13VI 1972 Dallas 24, Miami 3VII 1973 Miami 14, Washington 7VIII 1974 Miami 24, Minnesota 7IX 1975…

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The Beer Column

As the New England winter creeps up on us and the days become unfairly short, the beer drinker seeks something a little more robust to help keep the cold and darkness at bay. We seek a beer that has the girth to accompany a hearty winter meal without being overpowered by the full, rich flavors….

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Get Out and Stay Out

It’s that time of year again. As the days grow short and cold here in Beantown, the upcoming ski season looms large in the hearts and minds of many. One of the advantages that a Boston-based business school offers its students is easy access to a wide variety of ski terrain; almost all within a…

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All About Skiing in New England

The only way to get through a New England winter with a smile on your face is to find something you love about it- and for me, skiing is the thing I love. I strongly encourage anyone stuck here for the winter (i.e., all of you) to get out and enjoy the mountains.Select Mountains of…

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Ask the Local: What about the leaves?

Local – I’ve been hearing about the leaves in New England for a long time. What are some good places to go for Fall foliage, and when should I expect to hit the peak season? Leaf Peepin’, NI Dear Peeper – I’m glad you asked, since the foliage season really is one of the great…

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A Place for Families at HBS

My husband, our 2-year-old daughter and I moved from San Francisco to Boston in December 2000. Making a decision to move from a city like San Francisco will, more often than not, elicit questions from friends and family, like `Are you sure?’, `Is there some way you can change your mind?’ and `Are you crazy?’….

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Jimmy's Harborside

Sometimes, you find a restaurant that makes you wish you’d stayed in for pizza. Jimmy’s Harborside, as the name suggests, is on the water. One entire wall is a plate-glass window overlooking the Harbor, with a beautiful view. Seeing the view, I requested a window table. The woman at the front desk glared at me…

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In Philadelphia They Call It A Split Knish

Last week, Boston witnessed the final performance of the triple surprise orgasm, stunningly rendered by a quivering Robin Givens. The last gasp played to a packed house as The Vagina Monologues ended an extended run at the Wilbur Theatre. It was a moment that New England will not soon forget, a performance that officially ended…

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