June 2012

Articles

Seeing Clearly Now

Protecting Your Eyesight.

Political Proposal

An Ayotte Vice Presidential pick would be another New Hampshire first.

Operation Family Fun

A four-year-old with Story Land on the mind can be a force that needs to be reckoned with.

A Weirs Beach Tie Dye Shop

Hippie Alert! Fads come and go - and sometimes they come back again. Take tie dye, for instance. It's back. Even tie-dyed peace signs are back.

The District

A creative menu of contemporary American cuisine, The District brings fresh flavors and locally grown produce to the table.

Merchants of Meredith

There are rich retail offerings in this Lakes Region town.

Take a Hike in Bretton Woods

Summer is almost here, and it's time to head north with the girls (ages 11 and 8) to walk our favorite trails in the White Mountains.

Manchester

Dueling Piano's at Boynton's Taproom won't disappoint.

Interval Running

Combine your outdoor walking routine with hiking and running intervals.

Keeping Joints Healthy

When you climb stairs or squat to pat the dog, do you hear a snap, crackle and pop?

Dream Kitchens Discovered: The Palace Theatre Kitchen Tour

Dying for a new kitchen but not exactly sure Where to start? The Palace theatre kitchen tour can help.

Moved and Seconded

Having Your Say: NH town meeting - its storied past and uncertain future.

Letters to the Editor

Your letters from the June 2012 issue.

Teenage Diver Jessica Parratto

They call them "hopefuls," those happy few who make it to the Olympic trials. But for athletes like Jessica Parratto, hope takes a back seat to good ol' hard work.

Recording Truth: Filmmaker Deborah Scranton

Nine generations - that's how long Deborah Scranton's family has lived in New Hampshire, all in the tiny town of Goshen.

Innkeeper's Delight: The Wakefield Inn

Sometimes the best way to own your own restaurant is to have it at the heart of an inn.

Sweet Surrender: Cupcakes

Indulge your sweet tooth with these cupcakes from around New Hampshire.

Take the Plunge: A Guide to NH's Swimming Holes

Cool off this summer by taking a dip in a picturesque swimming hole. Here's a guide (with directions and a map) to some of the best spots in New Hampshire.

A Few Tourist Attraction Suggestions for NH

The Granite State needs more than new slogans to keep the money flowing.

Music Review: Method Music

Significant and mysterious, this collaboration between the who's Pete Townshend, NH's Bob Lord and composer/programmer Lawrence Ball is like the matrix set to music.

Summer Camp for Adults

Summer camp isn't just for kids. Tap your inner artist and take a summer retreat designed for adults.

This Bud's for Two: A Classic Collins Topped With Bud Light Lime

Mixologists using bud light lime instead of club soda.

The Sounds of Summer

Summer has a reputation as a time of relaxation, but my experience is this is when we all really kick Life into overdrive. Good thing it comes with its own Rock 'n' Roll soundtrack.

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