March 2012

Articles

The Art Nouveau Porcelain of NH Artist Stephanie Young

Stephanie Young grew up in a household full of antiques. But it was the curves of the Art Nouveau period that captivated this Plaistow artist - eventually using her porcelain vases as a canvas.

Color Therapy

We don't live in a beige world - it's big and bold and very colorful indeed. And it's time to join in on the fun.

Building on the Bottom Line

New U.S. Census data may shatter the image of how we see ourselves. New Hampshire is increasingly less Portsmouth, Plymouth and Peterborough and more Hollis and Hudson and Hampstead.

Primary Envy: Who Needs Super Tuesday?

It's not fair that other states get to vote for president, too!

Court Time

Tennis is both fun and a great inexpensive workout.

Peterborough

Fine dining and entertainment in charming downtown Peterborough.

One of a Kind Weekend

March invites us to combine three of our favorite seasonal pleasures - skiing, a cozy country inn and maple sugaring, all of which we find in The Only Henniker on Earth.

A Happening Downtown

Rochester, Where Shopping Can be an Education

Letters to the Editor

Your letters from the March 2012 issue.

Dreams of Country Living

A well-designed home in the country — whether built from scratch or renovated from an existing house — can be your dream come true.

The Farm Bar and Grille

Offering comfort food with a BBQ twist and nightlife.

Inside the Copper Door

Bringing the light of the big city to suburban Bedford.

Eagles Fly Alone

One little bird sets events in motion in this novel by Lars R. Trodson.

Irish Pubs

Where to find delicious Irish food in the Granite State.

Bette Davis Eyes Sugar Hill

In 1939 Bette Davis wanted an escape from Hollywood. She found peace in the north-of-the-notch town of Sugar Hill - also another husband. She left her cottage, Butternut, and memories in the hearts of local residents.

Starbucks, Charbucks

Beware of Tangling With Corporate Giants.

Marzano's Trattoria

Casual Italian/American restaurant in Peterborough.

Character Builder: Mary Selvoski

It started more than 30 years ago with a few ballet costumes - costumes that Mary Selvoski made for her daughters when they were taking lessons. In the years since then Mary's collection of costumes grew and grew - today there are more than 10,000 costumes of all sorts.

New Hampshire's Hidden Places

Nature photographer Jerry Monkman has been disappearing for a living since 2000, capturing New England's most pristine patches of wilderness for various conservation organizations and his own series of workshops and coffee table books.

A Brand New Melanie

Remember Melanie - the sweet-faced quintessential hippie chick who sang "Brand New Key" and "Candles in the Rain"? Well, you might say she's back, but the truth is she really never left.

Making Waves

Ever try to get a wave started at a sporting event? It's not as easy as you might think, unless you have a bunch of friends on hand, ready to rise to the challenge.

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