June 2015

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What to Think About When Renovating Your Kitchen

Whether you are thinking about listing your house or have no plans to move, renovating your kitchen has a big impact on your home. Experts in New Hampshire share trends and tips before you take the plunge.

Cabin Fever's Rob Robillard

Of all the possible paths to fame and fortune, setting up a whiskey still in the back yard is one of the longer shots. But that’s just how Rob Robillard hit the big time.

Fernwood Farm

Fernwood Farm in Gilmanton has over 500 peony plants plus many other local and organic flowers.

George Morrison's Historic Firearms

Self-proclaimed mountain man, George Morrison of Mason, creates historic firearms with a forge and anvil.

Make It Count

What's not being discussed in the early primary states.

This Pealla is the Real Deal

Jorge Arrunategui, a native of Peru, creates paella, an amazing Spanish dish, at farmers markets, private parties and other events across the state.

Your Letters from the June 2015 Issue

Find Authentic Dishes at Food and Fashion of India

Let owner Indira Shelat or her sister Smita introduce you to the world of Indian food and spices. Plus, Indira shares her recipe for Saag Paneer, a classic vegetarian dish.

Shopping at the Lake in Wolfeboro

Fun summer shopping at the “the oldest summer resort in America.”

What Makes a Vase Worth $2,000?

A 1936 Orrefors vase signed by Simon Gate.

Name Game

My dad knew the name of just about every living thing in the woods and fields where I grew up. He was an amateur scientist and tried hard to impart his love of nature to his children.

2015 New Hampshire Top Chiropractors

This list of the area’s Top Chiropractors was derived from a nationwide peer-review survey of chiropractors conducted by Professional Research Services and their Top Chiropractors of America division.

Language Barrier

You say “potato,” I say “pomme de terre.”

Specialized Memory Care for Those with Alzheimer's and Dementia

Providing safety and security at specialized memory care facilities for loved ones with Alzheimer's and dementia.

The Importance of Foot Care

We don't think about our feet until they start giving us problems. Proper foot care now can prevent future pain.

Hermit Woods Winery's Lakehouse White is Perfect for Summer

The Lakehouse White is a creative blend of local fruit that you'll want to sip on a warm day this summer.

NH's Wild and Weird Animals

In honor of NH Fish & Game’s 150th anniversary, artist Marc Sutherland created amazing, detailed illustrations of some of NH’s common wildlife. You might be surprised by what you’ll learn.

Drive & Dine Jackson to Gorham

A food-focused road trip from Jackson to Gorham including gorgeous scenery, several shops, things to do and, of course, great places to eat.

“Learning to Fall" by Philip Simmons

A book that teaches how to rescue joy from heartbreak and other lessons in life from a man diagnosed with ALS at 35.

In Their Own Words: Linda Murphy

Meet Bare Knuckle Murphy's owner Linda Murphy who has been coaching boxing for 35 years.

Five Great Ice Cream Stands and Shops

From old-fashioned decadent ice cream to modern nitrogen-frozen treats, here are five ice cream shops and stands not to miss this summer.

Kayak Racing

New Hampshire is rich with opportunities for great paddling.

Patio Dining at the Garden Grille & Bar

Catch a game with your meal at the Hilton Garden Inn's patio that overlooks the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester.

Kick Off Summer in Ashland and Holderness

We begin at one of NH’s prettiest lakes and explore the two towns that guard it — Ashland and Holderness.

How NH Created the Modern World

Here are more than 40 places to visit and things to do this summer (plus a few historical facts) that illustrate how New Hampshire created the modern world. Sort of.
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