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A hobby with every fiber of your being

Michelle Follett refers to her relatively new shop, in downtown Cambridge, as a “destination for the serious and the curious.” Those already involved in weaving and textile arts are summoned into Michelle Follett’s Textile Teachings with beautiful fiber of every color...

Honey, be the bees’ knees

Many hobbies that revolve around the outdoors often bring benefit to the environment and even with its truly unique qualities, beekeeping surely falls into that category. Honeybees fall prey to a full slate of issues, from tiny mites that infest hives to chemical...

The Chair Whisperer

Chairs may seem like humble functional objects. But over time, those companion pieces can feel almost like old friends. Even as we quickly glance over, they can evoke loved ones we still envision sitting there. They’re also teachers, transporting us to bygone eras of...

AAS announces its 2021 winners

The All American Selections are seeds and vegetative propagated plants that have been grown nationwide, and the ones that thrived throughout the nation are considered national winners of that specific year, while the ones that have thrived in certain regions such as...

Kiss 2020 goodbye, embrace the New Year

I don’t think it can be overstated how excited I am to say goodbye to 2020. While it was a profoundly historic year, I think it is safe to say that most of us are happy to have the idea of a new start and a new year to look forward to. That being said, there were a...

Stay ahead of your spring chore list

The hustle and bustle of the winter holidays are behind us, and though there may not seem to be much happening in your garden or landscape, here are some things you can do inside and outside to stay ahead of your spring chore list and plan for a successful garden...