The Streets of Salem blog shows us a host of wonderful photos of historic houses that sadly are today only the stuff of memory, and history books.
Second Decade returns from hiatus with a chilling tale from New England in the winter of 1810, which made a pretty indelible mark in popular consciousness.
A collection of ship pictures painted on glass tells an interesting story of the salty days of maritime New England in Early Republic times.
This beautiful mansion, built in 1808 by one of America's preeminent architects, was demolished during World War II for reasons that are not entirely clear.
Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom" is like being 12 again--without all the crap that made being that age so wrenching and horrible.
200 years ago, a freak snowstorm struck New England and the U.S. Northeast. What did people say about it at the time?
Two depictions of American small towns in very different movies say a lot about the times when they were made.