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boston field guide


Wildsam Boston takes readers deep into the city’s traditions and lore, from the Revolution to the Red Sox. But it also reveals the dynamic new Boston of today, spotlighting the world-class food scene, diverse arts world and amazing universities. With trusted locals leading the way, our guide goes deep on Irish bars, academic brilliance, Paul Revere and immigrant history—but also explores the vibrant, diverse and fast-changing city of today. Contributors include novelist Sam Graham-Felsen, hip-hop journalist and historian Dart Adams, poet Frankie Concepcion, wine expert Suhayl Ramirez and restaurant owner Tony Barros. Illustrations by Julia Emmiliani.

Local stories, travel intel and modern lore including:

  • 24 hours to see iconic Boston
  • The 5 best lobster shacks in Maine
  • How to catch the first sunrise in America
  • An interview with a L.L. Bean bootmaker
  • Our favorite country inn for winter escape
  • Alpine huts in the White Mountains of New Hampshire
  • Trout fishing secrete from an Orvis guide
  • An illustrated map to summer on Cape Cod
  • Three days seeing fall color in Vermont’s North Country
  • Words from Louisa May Alcott and Henry David Thoreau

145 pages / including 14 grid-lined pages for journaling + fold-out map 
back-pocket size, 4 x 6.5 inches
featuring more than a dozen local voices


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