August 2012

Articles

Protecting Your Identity

Following a few precautions can keep your identity safe.

Rocking Madison

Escape to the White Mountains during the warm month of August.

Presidential Playground

This year's campaign sounds a bit like a schoolyard spat.

Scenes from a Farm Dinner

You can't get closer to your meal than dining on the grounds where ingredients were grown.

The Season of the Tick

Tape your pant legs and break out the tweezers - ticks are back and ready for war.

Letters to the Editor

Your letters from the August 2012 issue.

Hickory Nut Farm

When Phil and Donna-Lee Woods retired in 2000, little did they know retirement would bring a new and very busy career.

A Guide to Visiting Hampton Beach

Everything you need to know about staying at Hampton Beach.

A Hunger for Archery

This ancient weapon is today's trendy sport.

Peterborough Perfection

This picturesque town has it all - from vintage clothes to decadent chocolates.

Portsmouth

Dinner and a laugh with improv group Stranger Than Fiction.

Living with Fibromyalgia

Treatment can help sufferers of the chronic pain syndrome.

Seasonings: Grilled Steak with Goat-Cheese Pesto

Grilled Steak with Goat-Cheese Pesto from Wolfe's Tavern

Signs of the Times: Bob Eaton of RR Auction

Q&A with Bob Eaton

385 Miles of Smiles

The Beauty of Simplicity: Ikebana

Sometimes Less is Really More

Wolfe's Tavern

Chef Hoke Wilson of Wolfe's Tavern in Wolfeboro is satisfying the locals and summer visitors at this 200-year-old institution.

2012 Cornerstone Awards

New Hampshire Magazine is proud to present this selection of winning residential entries in interior design, new construction, remodeling, community service and more for the 2012 Cornerstone Awards of NH’s Home Builders and Remodelers Association.

Smile-O-Meter

Did you know the word "smile" has no accurate synonyms? There's "Grin," of course, but a grin is usually a reaction to something, and the word suggests some effort on the part of the face. A genuine smile flows from within you. It's a spontaneous phenomenon, as unbidden as a sunrise and natural as a rainbow.

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

Pleasing Pictures

Becoming a single parent changed the artist's focus

In With The New: Fine NH-Made Furniture

New Hampshire furniture makers are proving that there's more to new england than adirondack chairs and picnic tables.

Freshly Distilled White Mountain Moonshine

Freshly Distilled

The Old is New Again: 19th Century Painting Revived

A Jackson artist is reviving the landscape painting of the 19th-century white mountain school.

Apocalypse Achtung

Brace yourself for SecondWorld

Break for a Dog: Hot Dogs

Looking for the best dog stops in New Hampshire.

Traditions Restaurant at Lake Sunapee Country Club

Review of LSCC Restaurant

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