If it weren’t for the international orange hunting vest, Sean Williamson — with his flintlock rifle, powder horn and other long-ago gear —could be a frontiersman out to put food on the table.
Talk about high hopes. Sammy Snail may not know the ant that tried to move the rubber tree plant, but he’s buddies with Elmo and Cookie Monster and he’s trying to raise funds for a new TV show to be produced at the NH Public TV studios in Durham.
NHPR's "All Things Considered" host Brady Carlson made it his lifelong quest to visit presidential graves and memorials.
Lisa Romagnoli can take a joke. In fact, she’s endured thousands of them in the process of filming her short film “Wicked Funny” and the full-length sequel “Wicked Funny 2," which debuted in July.
An interview with Lisa Rogak, the author of the unauthorized biography of NH novelist Dan Brown.
An interview with Jim Morash, chief of operations, part-owner of the Flagship Company and captain of the Lake Winnipesaukee, NH mail boat the M/V Sophie C.
Alfred Thomas Catalfo leads two intertwined lives — he’s a successful Dover personal injury attorney and he’s also an up-and-coming filmmaker. He says the skills needed for both are similar and he doesn’t feel the need to choose between the two.
Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but for most people, lunch is certainly the most boring. J.M. Hirsch sets out to change that and uses his daily lunch prep for his son as a teachable moment for America.
Emily Avery of Stratham took gold in the youth division at the US yoga national championship and will represent the US at the international yoga meet in June.
A Q&A with New Hampshire’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlfe Program Coordinator John Kanter