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Biddeford — and ‘Maine’s Youngest Downtown’ — is worth a visit

There's a buzzing energy in this town, which has emerged as an under-the-radar hot spot for makers, artists, chefs, and entrepreneurs.


Summer in the Berkshires, skyscrapers made of Legos, and a new dog tracker

Travel news you can use.


Iberia told me to file a chargeback, but now I don’t have a ticket!

When Joel Revill’s ticket purchase on Iberia doesn’t go through, a representative advises him to dispute the purchase on his credit card. But now he doesn’t have a valid ticket. What should he do?


Isaac Powell — the lead in the ART’s ‘Gatsby’ — is excited for a summer in Boston

We caught up with Powell, who lives in New York City and in New York’s Hudson Valley with his partner and their three tree frogs – Sophia, Monty, and Fin – to talk about all things travel.


Meet the Boston architects who designed the largest cruise ship in the world

From a small office in Downtown Crossing, Wilson Butler Architects has been quietly changing the way people cruise for more than two decades.


‘I’ve witnessed people at their worst on airplanes.’ Globe readers react to advice on aviation etiquette.

Earlier this month, I offered up a list of rules about how to exit an airplane without being a jerk. Based on the 200-plus emails I received, it seems I’m not the only one with strong feelings on the subject.


Waterbury, Vt.: The best little foodie town in New England

Not only is the town a craft beer hot spot, but it's a magnet for food artisans and young entrepreneurs.


A trip to The Vermont Country Store is a trip back in time

The Orton family has run the business since 1946, and they’re proud to be the “purveyors of the practical and hard-to-find.”