January 2018

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Guide to Retirement Living and Continuing Care

The concept of retirement and senior living is not what it once was.

Discovering Henniker

An easy ski getaway in the "North Conway of the South."

Future Shirk

Both parties have big identity issues to face - but will they?

Snow Bond

Three friends set out on three winter adventures. In one trip they hit the trails with both fat bikes and snowshoes and attempt to scale a wall of ice.

Waterville's Mysterious Castle Ruins

The odd story of Waterville Valley’s castle tower.

Strip Trees

The quest for the best can get a little wild.

Do HIIT Workouts Live Up to the Hype?

Fitness experts discuss the health benefits of HIIT workouts.

The Future on Wheels

For me, the future arrived back in the 1960s. It came on wheels, packed with books, and when the door opened, it smelled like a cool breeze from heaven: It was an air-conditioned bookmobile.

Durham's New Hop + grind Restaurant

The new Hop + grind burger spot gets it right.

Ricotta Gnocchi Recipe

They're easier to tackle than the potato version.

Documentary Filmmaker Rebecca Howland

Meet busker Rebecca Howland who left her day job to become a documentary filmmaker.

How To Organize Your Closet for the New Year

Sandi D'Arezzo, organizer and owner of Seacoast Simplified, offers tips on how to purge and organize your closet.

Light and Shadows

Art needs contrast — a spot of white to define darkness in a painting, a sculpture of granite to capture a fleeting moment in time. Emile Birch is an artist who creates monuments. Now his time grows short as his memory dims and so the artist becomes his own final work.

The Future of New Hampshire

Where is the state headed? How will decisions about energy, education, tourism, roads and agriculture shape New Hampshire in the years to come? Maybe we just don't know.
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