Archive of: Editor's Note

Issue

Title

Poets Rule April 2014

Poets Rule

Plato’s utopia was ruled by philosopher kings. We could do worse. In fact, with the current state of politics, it might behoove us to require a philosophy degree for anyone seeking high office.

Secret Keeper March 2014

Secret Keeper

My first journalism job in New Hampshire (about a quarter century ago) was as editor of a little weekly paper called The Bow Times.

Star Power February 2014

Star Power

I was a newlywed at the time, so my romantic instincts were perhaps a little addled, but to me it sure seemed like a great valentine’s day gift when I bought my wife a star from the international star registry.

Green Spirit January 2014

Green Spirit

Is it just me or does it seem like there’s an ever-growing list of topics you can’t discuss without people withdrawing from one another into opposing camps? Differences are good, but like a bottle of salad dressing, it’s better when you shake things up.

The Distance     December 2013

The Distance

There’s one thing certain about the Christmas season: it’s a time that we go all out.

November 2013 Editor's Note November 2013

November 2013 Editor's Note

Some people are tone deaf. Others are color blind. I suffer from a more serious malady.

Yankee Graftings     October 2013

Yankee Graftings

It’s always puzzled me how a state like New Hampshire can assimilate so many outsiders and flatlanders and still retain its character and its quirks.

Continuing Ed September 2013

Continuing Ed

I think people probably imagine that if they were “discovered” by broadway or hollywood and given a starring role to play they would be able to act without a lot of coaching or training. How hard can it be to pretend to be someone else for a while?

In Third Place     August 2013

In Third Place

Most stores are designed to sell us something. They locate on main drags with iconic logos created by high-powered ad firms. store colors are chosen by experts, music plays to a beat that encourages hunting and gathering, aisles are carefully mapped for monetary feng shui.

Infinite Best July 2013

Infinite Best

With Curiosity Rover probing the dust of mars and three million personal computers helping seti@home scan the stars for celestial radio signals, any day now we could discover life somewhere else in the cosmos. but as of July 1, 2013, as far as we know, Earth is where it’s at.

Destination NH

Destination NH

Destination New Hampshire is a guide to the resources that visitors and current residents need most. Showcasing the seven regions of our diverse state, Destination is an easy-to-use, informative reference guide in a convenient format that people will utilize and share with others.

Click here for more information.