January 2012

Articles

Skiing Up the Hill

Alpine touring is part exercise and part rewarding ski down.

Weighting for Validation

A case for bringing back the scales at the gym.

Resolutions for Both Sides

Because it's party time for NH politics.

Go North for Downhill

January is the perfect month to head to North Conway, where the American passion for skiing began.

Up In Smoke

Is the Live Free or Die state ready for legal weed?

Ski, Shop and Surrender: Shopping off Exit 32

For those who seek outdoor adventure, shopping and a little personal indulgence, set the GPS for Exit 32 and discover why so many people like to call Lincoln and North Woodstock their winter destinations.

Smuttynose Winter Ale

This winter cozy up by the fire with a blanket and a bottle of Smuttynose Winter Ale.

Art and Heart: Emile Birch

New Hampshire artist Emile Birch's public sculptures create joy in places that range from town squares to hospitals.

Starting New business? Get Some Expert Advice

Advice for starting your own business from New Hampshire law experts.

Market Forecasts: Winter is no problem for local farmers

Finding fresh produce in winter is no problem here in New Hampshire thanks to winter farmers markets.

Year: New, Happy

American Beauty: Regan Hartley

NH has only made the Top Ten once (in 2003) in the entire 90 years of the Miss America contest, but that's about to change if miss NH 2012 Regan Hartley has anything to say about it. tune in to ABC-TV on January 14 for the live broadcast of the pageant and see if this is our year.

Avoiding the Restroom Rush: Urinary incontinence is a common but treatable ailment

Urinary incontinence is not often a centerpiece of polite conversation, and many patients are reluctant to bring it up even behind a closed door with their doctor. But the unintentional release of urine affects 25 million Americans, according to the National Association for Continence.

Fierce Defender: Bill Gardner

Every four years Bill Gardner becomes the center of the political universe. As Secretary of State, he has the sole power to set the date of New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary. And because by law the primary must be at least a week ahead of any similar contest, setting the date can be dicey.

Pre-Computer Laptop: Antique Lap Desk

A handy accessory for the Literate Elite.

Hidden Secrets of a Cross-Country Skier

Finding joy, health and companionship in the contemplative realm of cross-country skiing.

NH Glass Company Guadalupe Glass

New Hampshire glass artists Peter VanderLaan and Mary Beth Bliss of Guadalupe Glass.

Milford Fish Market & Restaurant

Fresh fish to take home or stay to dine in at the restaurant located next to the market.

January 2012 Letters to the Editor

Your letters from the January 2012 issue.

Farmstead Cheeses

Handmade cheeses from around New Hampshire.

Miller Gardens

Joel Miller of Wild Miller Gardens is doing the impossible. He is growing winter greens in a greenhouse without the use of any additional heat

Small is Beautiful: Simplify and de-clutter to make your small room shine

Small room? Can't figure out how to make it work? We've got a few good ideas to get you started.

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