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The bygone craft of ice harvesting

Josh Cline is the executive director at the Stonewall Farm in Keene, NH

Picking up the tab for local guardswomen lands Sarah Hoidahl internet fame

An appearance on the “Ellen” show is the ticket to Fame for some, but Sarah Hoidahl, pictured here at her day job, says it won’t go to her head

Catching up with guitarist Johnny A

The legendary guitarist and music man filled us in on what his memorable moments in rock 'n' roll

A NH history lesson about the KKK

Would you be shocked to learn that the Ku Klux Klan was on the march in Exeter, New Hampshire?

Actor and comedian Jimmy Dunn of "The McCarthys"

NH's own Jimmy Dunn plays Sean McCarthy on the new CBS sitcom, "The McCarthys"

Q&A with Miltos Yerolemou from "Game of Thrones"

An interview with "Game of Thrones" character Syrio Forel

Interview With Blues Legend John Mayall

John Mayall is a legend. His iconic band, the Bluesbreakers, also happens to be the launching pad for some of the world’s most famous music makers.

How to Watch the Fall Raptor Migration

Come September, the raptors — birds of prey like hawks, eagles and falcons — start to migrate. Thanks to NH Audubon, you can have the amazing experience of seeing them up close.

Reluctant Hero Ryan Pitts

In July, President Obama presented the Medal of Honor to Ryan Pitts during a ceremony at the White House.

Interview With George Hosker-Bouley of Portsmouth Underbelly Tour

Dig up a little historical dirt on one of New Hampshire's most scenic towns with George Hosker-Bouley.

Artist and Storyteller Rick Hunt

Meet Littleton's Rick Hunt -- Abenaki storyteller, painter and artist.

Meet the Mom of NH's American Idol

Q&A with Alice Philbrick, the mom of Alex Preston of "American Idol" fame.

Join Jeff McLean and the NH Rebellion

Why would people undertake a 150-mile walk from Dixville Notch to Nashua in January? Because they believe in the NH Rebellion.

Q&A With Angie Bowie

Angie Bowie's new poetic coloring book, Cat-Astrophe, is illustrated by Littleton's Rick Hunt.

Q&A With Swift Corwin III

Swift Corwin III climbs, prunes and cuts big trees. As in, really big. In Amherst, he worked a 100-foot white pine measuring 52-inches in diameter.
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