February 2013

Articles

Not 1776

Reviewing "1775: A good Year for Revolution"

A Must for Women of the 1800s

"Godey's Lady's Book," founded in 1830 by Louis Godey and published in Philadelphia until 1898, was a monthly magazine that catered towards women.

MT's Local Kitchen and Wine Bar

New name, same great tastes with a local emphasis.

Hanover Street Chophouse

Fine dining with Manhattan-esque décor in downtown Manchester.

Lincoln's Legacy

Lincoln look-alike Steve Wood brings history to life.

Meet New Hampshire's Young Showbiz Stars

Meet three talented youngsters who are breaking into showbiz in a big way.

America's Worst PEZident?

The only president from NH didn't leave much of a legacy other than that no one really liked him.

Portsmouth Book & Bar

Sip and dine amidst the shelves of used books.

A Nice Valentine Treat Can be More Than Bonbons

You know how you hear French people supposedly eat rich, creamy food and don't get fat? I pondered this recently on a visit to L.A. …

22 Best New Hampshire Brunch Spots

From a casual buffet to an elegant setting to a creative take on modern food, we found the places to get you out of your bathrobe and into a satisfied state.

Lincoln and Loon Mountain

Courtney plans a family-friendly trip with tubing and delicious burgers.

Winter Tradition

Dartmouth's legendary winter carnival draws us to the upper valley for a cozy weekend.

Geocaching

Learn how to begin geocaching, the all-seasons hide and seek.

Rouge Grille

The theme of the restaurant is all about shoes and seems geared towards attracting the martini-sipping "ladies night out" crowd.

Beauty and the Beat

Maintaining cardiac health should be a top priority for women.

Colors Big and Bold

Chase away the winter blues with bright colors to liven your home and brighten your mood.

Stone Soup

Jennifer Kalled finds the right ingredients for beautiful adornments.

Ski and Shop

Head for the mountains this month and settle in for a few ski-filled days in North Conway, the one New Hampshire ski village that makes you feel as if you are in the Alps.

February 2013 Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor from the February 2013 issue.

Remembering Former US Senator Warren Rudman

New Hampshire is a small state so it's no surprise we have had so few presidents, but we do provide the nation with a proving ground for would-be presidents and the state has also offered up a number of national statesmen.

Right Time, Right Place

Although I've had the pleasure of staying in many lovely hotels over the years (having a husband in the business), I had never stayed at a Ritz-Carlton. I figured this would be the perfect environment in which to make the pitch.

Captain Hooks: Tyler McLaughlin of "Wicked Tuna"

Captain Tyler McLaughlin, 24, has long been a big fisherman in a little pond.

Got the (Cabin) Fever

If you think the flu is the worst bug that can hit you in the winter, you've obviously never had a case of cabin fever.

Can You Fix Memory Loss?

A healthy lifestyle can help keep your memory sharp

Find Out What's Sexy About New Hampshire

Don’t laugh. We mean it.

The Art of Chocolate

It's one thing to make chocolate delicious, it's another to make it beautiful - so beautiful it's kind of a shame to eat it.

Over the Top Desserts

Decadent over-the-top desserts.

Smuggler's Notch Vodka

An upstate Vermont distillery is grabbing attention for its vodka and gin.

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