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Chris Proulx of Double Midnight Comics

From "Lord of the Rings" to "Star Wars" and "Gilligan's Island," Manchester's Chris Proulx of Double Midnight Comics helps you get up close and personal with pop culture icons.

In Their Own Words: Skip Gorman

Skip Gorman has 20 recordings to his credit, his own label and the music camp, "Camp Backup," that he founded in Hancock.

Running Strong

In June 95-year-old George Etzweiler became the oldest person to finish the 7.6-mile Mount Washington Road Race.

In Their Own Words: David Preston

David Preston owns OSG Paintball in Center Barnstead, the largest park in New England.

Capturing the Market Basket Boycott on Film

Nick Buzzell grew up in Hampton, then lived in New York for 14 years, making waves in the media world. When the Market Basket boycott unfolded last summer, he knew he had to come home to capture the story.

Cabin Fever's Rob Robillard

Of all the possible paths to fame and fortune, setting up a whiskey still in the back yard is one of the longer shots. But that’s just how Rob Robillard hit the big time.

In Their Own Words: Linda Murphy

Meet Bare Knuckle Murphy's owner Linda Murphy who has been coaching boxing for 35 years.

Top Knight Evan Ringo

Like most squires, Evan Ringo's path to knighthood began humbly

In Their Own Words: Ruthie Tredwell

Ruthie Tredwell’s life has always revolved around the arts: dealer, consultant, curator and the original founder of the Portsmouth Museum of Art. As an undergrad at Parsons School of Design she landed a plum internship at Andy Warhol’s Factory, the one on Union Square, from ’81 through ’86.

In Their Own Words: Michael Knight

Photographer David Mendelsohn always takes his time with subjects and therefore usually learns a thing or two in the process. Here’s what he discovered while photographing one local character who wanted to be pictured with a special friend. Meet Michael Knight, in his own words.

Sidney L. Hall Jr. of Hobblebush Books

Celebrate National Poetry Month in April by picking up a volume from the Hobblebush Granite State Poetry Series.

Grammy-Winner Jared Cassedy of Windham High School

Music teacher Jared Cassedy of Windham High School tells us what it was like to win a Grammy at the 57th Grammy Awards ceremony back in February.

At 53 Paralympian Chris Devlin-Young of Campton Wins Gold at X Games

After a devastating injury, Chris Devlin-Young took up alpine skiing (“I got my life back”) and ever since he’s been going for the gold.

Zach Harvey the Man Behind the Bitcoin ATM

Manchester, NH's Zach Harvey, along with his brother Josh, created the company Lamassu, which helps people turn cash into alternative currency Bitcoin.

UNH A Cappella Group Appeared on NBC’s “Today” Show

At Christmas, Jack Gilman president of UNH a cappella group Not Too Sharp, got to accompany his friends on a trip to New York city for a special appearance on NBC’s “Today” show.
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