June 2014

Articles

Dealing With Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome is a chronic condition that can interfere with daily life to the point where maintaining privacy becomes difficult.

The New Birch Street Kitchen in Derry

This bistro uses local sourcing for all its menu selections that include produce, eggs, meats and dairy.

Your Letters from the June 2014 Issue

Sweet Sounds of Summer

What some people consider the annoying sounds of summer are actually welcome after the long silence of winter.

The Palace Theatre 10th Annual Kitchen Tour

This annual event is a benefit for Manchester's historical theater. This year it takes place on June 1.

The Debate Over Highway Signs in NH

This battle may sound a bit removed from everyday life, but the truth is that no other debate this year, including any inside the Statehouse, is more interesting.

Join Jeff McLean and the NH Rebellion

Why would people undertake a 150-mile walk from Dixville Notch to Nashua in January? Because they believe in the NH Rebellion.

The Mill Fudge Factory

The Mill Fudge Factory in Bristol, NH offers something to make everyone happy from artisan fudge and ice cream to paninis and locally made ravioli.

Shopping in Laconia

Headed to Weirs Beach or Lake Winnipesaukee? Stop in at these great Laconia shops along the way.

Nostalgic Figurines

Vintage cake toppers are back in vogue.

Guide to Extreme Summer Fun in New Hampshire

There’s extreme boxing, extreme sports and extreme workouts, even extreme couponing, so why not extreme summer fun? Here are some suggestions.

Discover the Secrets of Story Land

An insider’s guide to historical curiosities, forgotten fairytale lore and pre-Disney entertainment on the park’s 60th anniversary.

Q&A With Angie Bowie

Angie Bowie's new poetic coloring book, Cat-Astrophe, is illustrated by Littleton's Rick Hunt.

Learn the Basics of Paddleboard Yoga

Paddleboard yoga is gaining popularity. Get in on this new aquatic trend with tips and advice from the experts.

The Centrist Manifesto

The Centrist Manifesto, by Charles Wheelan, is a public policy expert's call to action.

Kicking Off Summer in Hillsborough

Lilacs are in bloom, so it’s the right time to spend a weekend in the middle of a lilac arboretum, and track down some other New Hampshire icons in Hillsborough.

Sailboat Time Share

Want to sail but can’t afford a boat or don’t want all the hassle?

Serious Fun

Anyone who has watched puppies tussle on the lawn or kids building a fort out of couch cushions has witnessed one function of fun.

5 Local NH Hot Sauces

Looking for some local spice? Here are five hot sauces all made right here in New Hampshire.

The Aperol Spritz

The Aperol Spritz is a refreshing drink ideal for summer days.

Pottery by David Ernster of Newbury

Potter David Ernster of Newbury, NH, has an affinity for fish.

A Summer Culinary Tour of Center Harbor

Gorgeous lake views and fine dining await in this Lakes Region town.

The Stresses of Caring for an Elderly Parent

Taking care of an elderly parent or family member can be difficult. Here's some advice to help make the situation more manageable.

Inside the New London Barn Playhouse

The New London Barn Playhouse, or just “The Barn,” is the longest continuously operated summer theater in New Hampshire. Go behind the scenes at this cultural and artistic gem.

Calendar

Featured Events

  • The Palace Theatre’s 7th Annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction

    09.11.14

    Raise your glass and celebrate 100 years of theatre in New Hampshire! Enjoy an evening with friends while tasting wonderful wine and...

  • Granite State Comicon

    09.13.14

    The Granite State Comicon is one of New England's premiere conventions. This year's weekend of events promises to be the biggest yet...

  • Schilling's Oktoberfest

    09.20.14

    Celebrate family, community and autumn's approach with Bavarian-inspired Schilling beers and local foods at Schilling Beer Co.'s...

  • Nashua Restaurant Week Farmers Dinner

    09.21.14

    The first annual Restaurant Week Farmers Dinner will be held on Sunday, September 21, 2014, in downtown Nashua. This farm-to-table event is a...

  • Barry Camp Wild Game Culinary Adventure

    09.26.14

    Participants get hands-on instruction and practice dressing wild game, cutting meat and planning game menus in a rustic weekend setting. Contact...

  • NH Humanities Council’s Annual Dinner

    09.30.14

    This year’s dinner features keynote speaker Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Michael Chabon. The event gathers the state’s corporate,...

  • NH Brewfest

    10.25.14

    Held on the grounds of Redhook Ale Brewery, this event is a special fundraiser for the Prescott Park Arts Festival in...


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