April 2016

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An Early Spring Jaunt in Lebanon

Caught between mud season and black flies, April is perfect for a laid-back weekend with some outdoor activity. We targeted Lebanon for our adventure.

Lavinia's Relaxed Fine Dining

This Center Harbor spot offers a diverse menu.

Home Makeover on a Dime

Refreshing your home doesn’t have to mean big bucks and complicated renovation projects. Here are several excellent resources to get your DIY home makeover started.

Get Outside This Spring with Trail Running

Spring is the perfect time of year for this outdoor sport.

Changing Your Habits with Hypnosis

Hypnosis is an age-old remedy that can help break bad habits.

Keeping Time

This still-functioning French carriage clock is a fine example of a quintessential 19th-century status symbol.

Spring Shopping in North Conway

Nostalgia rules the retail scene in this charming mountain town.

A Passion for Primrose

To kick off spring, we explore the many varieties of this favorite of Granite State gardeners.

The New Generation of Senior Centers

"Senior centers" are updating their offerings—and their names.

Your Letters From the April 2016 Issue

Where Beauty and Darkness Intersect

A high school counselor by day and photographer by night explores dark portraiture in "Michael Winters: Friends and Muses."

What's Next

To keep a reader engaged, the most colorful language pales next to a simple situation that compels the mind to wonder, “What’s next?”

What Bugs Me About Spring

Not everything that pops up smells like a rose.

The Dynamic Duo of Hat Design

Twin sisters Carla and Marcia Press bring the art of hat-making to Troy.

Short on Experts

The system in NH is the reason.

Fabrizia’s Italian Margarita

Enjoy a new ready-to-drink margarita mix from Fabrizia Spirits in Salem.

Riverslea Farm Raises Local Lamb

Sheep farming was once big business here back in the 1800s. In Deerfield alone, there were some 2,000 head of sheep. One local farm is bringing back a Granite State farming tradition.

Blues Musician Jeff Dearborn

A quarter of a century ago, Jeff Dearborn bought a John Lee Hooker cassette and, on a long drive to Vermont, became a serious blues addict. Eventually, he began playing harp and formed a band.

Brave Hearts

Life is tough and seldom fair. These are hard truths that adults understand, but we try our hardest to keep them from children for as long as possible. But when terrible diseases strike the young and innocent, there are places here in NH to find excellent medical care with a big dose each of hope and courage.

Top Doctors 2016

A list of the Top Vote-Getters and Leading Physicians for 2016.

Top Doctors Readers' Poll Winners 2016

Top Vote-Getters and Leading Physicians from the 2015 Top Doctors Readers' Poll.

A visit to NH's Star Island

The Star Island Corporation is celebrating its 100th year of “creating an environment that frees all who come to renew spiritually, explore matters of consequence, and gain knowledge about the world as it might ideally be.” Perhaps it’s time you paid a visit to our special island.
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Our Favorite Upcoming Events

  • Celebrating 85 – The Stevens Collection

    06.29.18

    The League of NH Craftsmen presents Celebrating 85 – The Stevens Collection, a fine craft exhibition to honor Norman Stevens' 85th...

  • Ron Ranere Photograhy Show

    08.23.18

    Jupiter Hall presents RETROSPECTIVE, a multiple genre show featuring award winning fashion and beauty photographer​ Ron Ranere and several of...

  • 9th Annual Run Your Buns Off 4.2 Miler

    09.01.18

    The 9th Annual Run Your Buns Off 4.2 mile race will take place on Saturday, September 1, 2018, at the start of Labor Day Weekend. Individual...

  • Masters’ Pieces – The Main Event

    09.22.18

    An evening showcasing the exceptional talent of the NH Furniture Masters. Meet and mingle with the Masters, view their remarkable fine furniture,...

  • 11th Annual Auction of Historic Proportions

    09.28.18

    The Auction of Historical Proportions will be held on Friday, September 28th at the Historical Society of County, 246 Main Street, Keene, NH from 6...

  • NH Humanities Annual Dinner 2018

    10.03.18

    New Hampshire Humanities announces that NPR's Susan Stamberg will present the keynote address at our 2018 Annual...

  • Exeter Powder Keg Beer and Chili Festival

    10.06.18

    Find over 120 different beers and ciders on tap from New Hampshire and beyond (that's 65+ breweries), plus 20 top restaurants from the New...


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