April 2017

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John Stark: A Hero for His Time and Ours

To remind us what a true hero looks and acts like, we’ve enlisted a local historian and an entire class of illustration students from the NH Institute of Art to illuminate the essential words and deeds of the man who set the standard for selfless heroics.

Aequanimitas!

I borrowed the above title from a quotation cited by one of this year’s top doctors; mostly because I love big, useful and obscure words, but it also sums up so much in this issue.

Moose Encounters

Of the close kind.

You're Fired?

Law and fairness aren’t always the same.

Making the Barn a Home

Converting barn spaces put a new twist on aging in place.

Spring Deviled Eggs with Bacon and Dill

The Happiest Country Mouse

A local author discovers the voice of New Hampshire's Troubadour.

Three New Books for Your New Hampshire Shelf

Check out the latest local books to add to your collection.

Belated Thank-You

A local man is spearheading a long-delayed thanks for a community of pre-WWII heroes.

Matbah Mediterranean Cuisine

The Turkish eatery is the latest addition to a Manchester block that's packed with global cuisine.

Understanding Gluten

What's the difference between celiac disease and gluten sensitivity?

Small Bites: April Food News

Cuisine editor Susan Laughlin breaks down the latest food news from around New Hampshire.

UNH Is Making Your Food Smarter

Farming may be old-school, but at the University of New Hampshire, it’s a science.

Dark Artist Andrew Pinard

The magician's latest trick is conjuring up the Hatbox Theatre in Concord.

Jennifer Reilly Diggs' House Chickens

Diggs makes feathered friends with no coop required from her roost in Warner.

Electoral Radar

This could be the end for same-day registration.

Wander to Drewsville

Our "Our Town" columnist takes an unplanned journey to a charming town.

Tuscan Kitchen Expands

Mangia to one and all!

Inside the Emergency Room

Real-life drama unfolds every day in ERs around the state.

Your Letters From the April 2017 Issue

The Best Upcoming Comedy Events

Leave the April fooling to the professionals with these five side-splitting shows.
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Our Favorite Upcoming Events

  • Fairy Tales & Fantasies – A Fine Craft Exhibition

    04.06.18

    "Fairy Tales & Fantasies," a fine craft exhibition presented by the League of NH Craftsmen showcases surprising new work from...

  • Slow Living Summit 2018: The Future of Food Entrepeneurship

    05.31.18

    Slow Living Summit 2018: The Future of Food Entrepreneurship. Strolling of the Heifers and Windham Grows present the Slow Living Summit in...

  • Spring Plant Sale

    06.02.18

    This event is loved by all plant enthusiasts! It features specially cultivated perennial plants and small shrubs, carefully dug from the gardens of...

  • Henniker Brewing Kickoff to Summer

    06.02.18

    Join us Saturday, June 2nd from 12-5 p.m. here at the brewery in Henniker, NH for our 5th Annual Kickoff to Summer! The event will feature brewery...

  • Family Clay Workshop: Father's Day Mugs

    06.02.18

    Join us June 2nd for an afternoon of creativity and relaxation!  Students will create a customized mug by using stamps, carving designs,...

  • Gateway Hills 4th Annual Trail Race

    06.10.18

    Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities welcome! The race will start near the outdoor amphitheater on Innovative Way for a 2-mile loop on the...

  • Angel Love Medium Gallery Visiting direct from Ireland

    06.16.18

    Join Orla Harte & Christine Noctor, Spiritual Psychic Mediums who will be visiting direct from Dublin, Ireland once again! Spend an...

  • Evening with Spirit with Raylene Sousa

    06.23.18

    Join Spiritual Medium Raylene Sousa as she delivers messages of love, light and healing. As a Conduit for Spirit, Raylene conveys communication...

  • Art in Bloom: Walking Tour of Jackson

    07.07.18

    "Art In Bloom" – The Mountain Garden Club’s Annual Gift to the Valley – is a Walking Tour of Jackson Village for Floral...

  • Garden Tour

    07.14.18

      The Opechee Garden Club's 2018 self guided garden tour will be on July 14 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, rain or shine. Tickets are $25.00 and...

  • Seek the Peak Hike-a-thon

    07.20.18

    Seek the Peak welcomes hikers of all ages and abilities to Mount Washington and its neighboring peaks and places of interest in the beautiful White...

  • New Boston Farmers' Market

    08.04.18

    Caricature Carvers - This Week's Guests Watch and visit with nationally known Caricature Carvers of America member, Pete LeClair, along with...

  • Jet Cars Under the Stars

    08.04.18

    Jet Cars Under the Stars at New England Dragway on Saturday, August 4! This event will be featuring Shock Wave the Jet Truck, Jet Dragsters, Jet...

  • Covered Bridge Dance

    08.04.18

    Dance the night away under the stars and the Jackson Covered Bridge on Sunday August 4, 2018 starting at 6 p.m., Featuring... Jon Sarty and the...

  • 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...

  • Great New England Fall Craft & Artisan Show

    10.20.18

    Acclaimed The Best Fairs in the Region!  More than 200 artisans displaying, demonstrating and offering their handmade products of...

  • Great Holiday Shopping Extravaganza

    12.07.18

    Acclaimed the Best Fairs in the Region!!  This Holiday event is an evening of Holiday cocktails, Holiday music, free parking, raffles, fine...


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