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While the rules of Babe Ruth may largely match those of the league that played host to the Babe himself, there are a few differences.
By Jon Rineman
This popular stretch of New England beach provides not only sun and sand, but also walking trails and other activities for visitors.
By Stephanie Banfield
Here is everything you need to know to attach a sleeping pad to a backpack.
By Maeve Rich
Massachusetts tourism offers so many great historic and natural attractions for a visitor to explore. The Quaking Bog is an Atlantic white cedar swamp in the northwest corner of Ponkapoag Pond, a part of the Blue Hills Reservation. A bog like this is a rare discovery in Massachusetts, something particularly unexpected this close to civilization and its major circumferential highways. The only other bog in the area is located in Quoddy State Park in Maine.
By Michael O'Hearn
In 1876, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts opened in an ornate brick-and-terracotta building in Boston's Copley Square. Thirty-three years later it moved to its present granite edifice on Huntington Avenue. Today the museum attracts about one million visitors each year, drawn by both its 350,000-object collection and the special exhibitions it holds each year of art objects on loan from sister museums all over the planet.
By Michael O'Hearn
 You can't figure out how to play racquetball just by watching the sport. Here's a step-by-step guide.
By Maeve Rich
Horseshoes is a favorite outdoor game that can be played at home or professionally.
By Connie Earl Robertson
Here's what you need to know to perfect your swimming breathing technique.
By Maeve Rich
RV campgrounds offer a range of features, depending on the style of camping they provide. Learn how to tell what features are offered before you pull into the RV park.
By Dachary Carey
Avoid common baseball injuries and put your money where your child's mouth is. Mouth protectors prevent more than 200,000 injuries annually.
By Barbara Smith Decker
Are there safe and effective alternatives to using mosquito repellent containing DEET? Picnics, barbeques, hiking, camping, and dining al fresco are just some of the activities that we all enjoy during the summer season. Unfortunately, the onset of warmer weather also signals the arrival of pesky insects such as mosquitoes, black flies, and ticks.
By Heleigh Bostwick
Climbing the glaciers of the world is the ultimate goal for any aficionado of this sport.
By Laura Evans
Grasping the pros and cons of hunting can help you understand your impact on the individual animals, the environment and other humans, which is useful knowledge whether you wind up hunting or not.
By Shawn Donovan
You can win capture the flag every time you play it. Learn how to think strategically and foil your opponents.
By LuAnn Schindler
Learning how to throw a knuckleball can take a lifetime, but once you've mastered it, you can make the greatest hitter look like a clown. 
By Tony Moschetto
In the old days, Las Vegas was Sin City, replete with sex and gambling. Today Las Vegas has something for everyone in the family.
By Laura Evans
Learning how to become a baseball scout might be every baseball fan's dream, but it's not easy.
By Jon Rineman
When choosing a camping tent, it's essential to know the times of year and conditions in which you'll be camping. You'll want to be sure a tent is durable enough and provides ventilation as well as protection from the elements.
Ski resorts come in many shapes and sizes. Decide which is right for you before you book your trip.
By Maeve Rich
Need a guide to MLB rules and regulations? Here are some important points to keep in mind.
By Rebecca Frank
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