April 2013

Articles

Sticky Situation

An NH teenager makes it big in the world of duct tape. Her work even appeared on an episode of "Ellen."

An Early “Looking Glass”

An antique mirror valued at about $900.

A NH Perspective on the Civil War

In "Our War" Mike Pride tells the stories of Granite Staters who were involved in the Civil War.

April 2013 Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor from the April 2013 issue.

Healing Vision

As we prepared this special “Top Doctors” issue to go to press, the news reported the death of former surgeon general C. Everett koop, whom I had a chance to meet and photograph at his office at Dartmouth back in 1995 for an article on the future of medicine.

Merrimack

Shop at the new upscale Merrimack outlets and then enjoy great dining and cocktails.

Potato Becomes New Hampshire's State Vegetable

The history of the journey of how the potato made it here and became New Hampshire's State vegetable.

Sex & Seniors

More and more, senior citizens are discovering that just because they're older doesn't mean their sex life is over.

Beat the Clock

Prompt treatment of strokes is critical - Learn to recognize the signs.

Hassan's High-Stakes Bet

Governor Hassan assumes that there is an $80 million coming to the state for casino licensing fees. Casinos will soon become legal.

Expanding Your Home Outdoors

Now is the time to start planning your outdoor rooms that will enhance your enjoyment of the coming summer months.

Villaggio Ristorante

A review of Villaggio Ristorante plus their recipe for Salmon Piccata.

New Hampshire Smoked Meats

Five great places from around New Hampshire to find above average smoked meats.

Wine Expo New Hampshire

A wine tasting to raise money for student scholarships.

New Flavored Rums

Cruzan Rum brings tasty new tropical flavors to the mix.

The Gyro Spot

Checking in with Manchester's Gyro Spot on Elm Street.

New Elegance at the Hanover Inn

The Hanover Inn's anticipated new restaurant, Pine, is open at last.

Graffiti: Is It Art?

The controversial art form of graffiti is finally revealed as more than vandalism. Graffiti takes a talented artist.

Burned Illustrations

With the use of special tools, artists can inscribe shades of brown on flat pieces of maple, plywood, or burl.

New Age of Branding

Boston's Andrew Davis loves the new age of branding so much, he wrote a book on the subject.

Archaeology in New Hampshire

Dr. Richard Boisvert, New Hampshire's State Archaeologist, makes fascinating discoveries right here in New Hampshire.

Racquetball Rapid Fire

If you're looking for a new way to stay active, the indoor sport of racquetball may be for you. Read about the game and the expert advice from Chris Zalegowski.

Shopping in Salem

Take a tour of Salem's food and retail shops. There is so much more to offer than you might expect.

Visiting Historic Exeter

New Hampshire's capital during the revolution, Exeter is filled with history, good food and a main street lined with fascinating shops.

Eleven-year-old New Hampshire Musician Nico Karatzas

Nico, a young man with an old soul, is making waves in the local music community.

New Hampshire Fans Still Believe in the Red Sox

Even after a dismal year, devoted NH fans dare to believe in their beloved team once again.

A Funny Thing Happened: Stories from New Hampshire Comedians

Eight of the state's funniest up and comers share their favorite tales of life (and near death) on the rocky road to comedy stardom.

New Hampshire's 2013 Top Doctors Readers' Poll

Check out the Top Doctors Readers' Poll winners and Health Care Heroes stories.

Understanding the Affordable Care Act

Affordable Care Act 101, plus New Hampshire doctors weigh in on the pros and cons.

New Hampshire 2013 Top Doctor Q&As

Interviews with six of the 2013 Top Doctors in New Hampshire

New Hampshire's 2013 Top Doctors

Check out the list of NH's Top Doctors and Leading Physicians.

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