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Humpback Whales of the Silver Bank

New Bedford is known as the Whaling City. While New Bedford has the notorious distinction of being the top whale killing port in the 17th and 18th centuries, the city is now a leader in whaling education and promotion. Our public high school athletic teams are known as “Whalers”, we …

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Millie’s Window

“Some say she can be seen in the window of the Millicent Library at night, even though she has been dead for over one hundred years.” It’s that time of year again: the leaves are changing to their beautiful yellows and reds, pumpkins are on the doorsteps, and children are …

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Back Road Trips to Horseneck Beach

I have always preferred driving on back roads as opposed to highways.  I guess I’d rather enjoy the drive than fly down the road. One of my favorite back drives is the one heading to Horseneck Beach.  Currently, I live in Fairhaven, but my memories of taking the back roads …

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Best Ways to get to Martha’s Vineyard

If you live in New Bedford or South Coast, Massachusetts you have an opportunity to travel to some of the most treasured places the United States,  places where movies stars and Presidents enjoy their summer vacations; Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and Cuttyhunk Islands.  There are two ways to get there: by …

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South Coast Massachusetts Wineries

When one thinks of wine in America they imagine it coming from the popular Monterey, Napa and Sonoma Valley regions of California.  Some might also recognize the new and ever-popular Washington State varieties.  These so-called “New World” wines are rapidly becoming popular with wine lovers nationally and worldwide as well.  …

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