Jane Kelly has turned her Epping home into a refuge for all creatures of the sky. At On The Wing, injured hawks, owls, crows and even the much-maligned vulture are given a second chance.
Adventure awaits in the North Country, but it lacks that unique vibe to lure travelers from afar. Until now. A group of young Granite Staters — guides, instructors, store owners and even brewers — are determined to make the world North of the Notches a cool place to explore and to call home.
Photographer Matthew Lomanno captured portraits of several brave Granite Staters who are willing to shed anonymity to share their stories of addiction and recovery.
Franklin Pierce, the only president from New Hampshire, led a rather grim life.
In the month when we celebrate Valentine’s Day, learn about a different kind of love affair — the type that exists between local musicians (and one local superstar) and their sweet rides.
There are dozens of non-profit animal shelters, farms and facilities, breed rescue groups and pet adoption agencies across the state. Here are rescue stories with happy endings and information on how you can help.
Gary Sredzienski was the first person to swim from Portsmouth to the Isles of Shoals in the winter.
In the fall and winter of 2015, photographer Mark Ostow made it his quest to capture a fresh, unfiltered look at nearly every presidential candidate (that’s more than 20). He filed those images with just two publications: New Hampshire Magazine and The Atlantic.
To stay grounded in an increasingly virtual world, couples like Ellen and Stefan Foord are taking matters into their own hands (and evangelizing their neighbors). Take heed, the “maker” movement is out to change everything.
We asked eight of the Granite State’s hardest-working pets (including cats and dogs as well as a chicken, turtle and parrot) about their jobs in various industries, from hospitality to medicine. With a little imagination and some help from their human counterparts, here’s what they had to say.