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Fashion Statements in the Granite State

There's more to our state's style than you think.
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Red Carpet Fundraiser

Feel like a movie star at Red River Theatre's annual Academy Awards celebration, the Red Carpet fundraiser.

Crafting a Future

One way to escape from prison is to dig a tunnel through rock and soil with a purloined kitchen spoon, but what if all that energy and imagination went instead into creating lasting works of beauty?

Where to Shop for Your Pampered Pet

New Hampshire has a bevy of shops and services offering the very best in supplies for your four-legged friends.
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Matt Patterson's Nature Studies

The New Ipswich artist illustrates the world around us.

Gigi Laberge's Fire and Glass

The Henniker glass artist creates landscapes and jewelry.

Terry Silverman's Clever Cookware

The Fitzwilliam artist creates "flameware" for the creative cook.

Karen Orsillo's Porcelain Patterns

The layered clay in Orsillo's work creates intricate designs.
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More>> Music & Movies

Music for Mud Season

Our guest reviewer suggests musical cures for the March muck.

Recycled Percussion Lights Up the Holidays

The New Hampshire-born band have achieved major success on TV and in Las Vegas, but, this December, they're coming home with a big goal: breaking a world record.
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More>> Book Reviews

An Unsung Heroine Has Her Day

"Never Caught" tells the story of a presidential slave who found freedom in New Hampshire.

Gift Guide: New Hampshire's Best New Books

This holiday season, try the books on this list for local gifts created by gifted locals.

Where Beauty and Darkness Intersect

A high school counselor by day and photographer by night explores dark portraiture in "Michael Winters: Friends and Muses."

Graphic Tales

Joel Christian Gill reveals uncelebrated but important pieces of black history in his graphic novel "Strange Fruit, Volume 1."
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