Archive of: Q&A

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Expanding the Experience: Jonathan McPhee November 2012

Expanding the Experience: Jonathan McPhee

Q&A with Jonathan McPhee, the conductor of the Nashua Symphony

Leif Ericson Hurrah: Peter Andersen October 2012

Leif Ericson Hurrah: Peter Andersen

It only lasts for a few minutes but surely Leif Ericson would have appreciated it.

Winging It: Brian October 2012

Winging It: Brian

Brian "Lurch" Caldwell of Hudson likes to spread his wings from time to time.

Running Man: Guor Marial September 2012

Running Man: Guor Marial

Olympian Guor Marial has run his whole life but now he is running toward his dreams.

A Fair Talker: Junior Gardner September 2012

A Fair Talker: Junior Gardner

Say "Deerfield Fair" and a lot of people think "Junior Gardner." His is the voice - with its distinctive Yankee accent - that you hear on the radio advertising for the now-136-year-old fair.

Signs of the Times: Bob Eaton of RR Auction August 2012

Signs of the Times: Bob Eaton of RR Auction

Q&A with Bob Eaton

Demolition Man: Lee Danley August 2012

Demolition Man: Lee Danley

Lee Danley grew up building things until he realized he'd rather tear them down. Now Danley and his crew, Danley demolition, have landed a show on National Geographic TV

Wolfman's Revenge July 2012

Wolfman's Revenge

Wolfman of Clark's Trading Post grants us a rare interview.

Moving Maestro: Joseph Olefirowicz July 2012

Moving Maestro: Joseph Olefirowicz

Acclaimed conductor Joseph R. Olefirowicz was more famous in Vienna and Stuttgart than in his home state until a candid video of him went viral.

Teenage Diver Jessica Parratto June 2012

Teenage Diver Jessica Parratto

They call them "hopefuls," those happy few who make it to the Olympic trials. But for athletes like Jessica Parratto, hope takes a back seat to good ol' hard work.