February 2018

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Pet Valentines

Gifts for your four-legged loved ones.

Bird's-Eye View of A Hawk Migration

One could argue that when God created the world, he received design specifications from a committee of birdwatchers.

Let There Be Lights

How to light an open-concept design.

Vermin Supreme

Getting to know the fringe presidential candidate who has been running for office since 1992

On Hold for an Eternity

When Heaven and Earth are away from their desks.

Washington New Hampshire

Washington is one of New Hampshire’s most overlooked towns, and it also happens to be one of the most picturesque.

Going Vogue

How one photo changed a Plymouth State University student’s life overnight.

Women's Wave

#MeToo might sway the 2018 midterm elections.

Homemade Pop Tarts for Your Valentine

These taste nothing like the from-the-box version.

The Connection Between Heart Disease and Brain Health

Experts discuss how avoiding heart disease can also boost brain health.

The Empowering Work of CASA Volunteers

These super volunteers stand up for children across New Hampshire.

Kristin Kennedy's Fine Jewelry Design

From single stones to complex compositions.

Where to Go Winter Ziplining

Ziplines aren't just for warm weather.

Dining Off the Beaten Path in Portsmouth

The up-and-coming Islington Street in Portsmouth's West End has it all - except the big crowds.

Pets to the Rescue

Some animals are more than pets — they can comfort, teach and assist their humans in a number of ways. And, in the case of our cover dog Lilly, can even save a life.

Preserving the Old Ways

Winter logging by horse is obsolete, but a North Country native is keeping it alive.

Discovering Lincoln

A fun resort town that has been transformed into a winter playground.

Kindred Spirits

There was a death in my family just as the year was turning and it was an emotional time on every level, but through all the stress and grief, one member of our clan kept her composure.

No Man's Land Between NH and Canada

The tall tale(s) of two boundary markers

A Closer Look at NH's Own Seth Meyers

The “Late Night” host returns to New Hampshire for a good cause
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