March 2015

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A Taste of Ireland

Find some great Irish drinks and dishes at these New Hampshire pubs.

Explore Milford and Wilton

A gray March weekend with rain forecasted didn’t promise much skiing, so we opted for antique shops, old movies and some restaurants we’d been hearing about.

Paper Mache Furniture

Jason Hackler, manager/owner of New Hampshire Antique Co-op in Milford and partner of Jason Samuel Antiques, appraises a 19th-century side table made with paper mache.

Your Letters from the March 2015 Issue

Embroidery Inspired by Traditional Swedish Folk Art

NH artisan Brita Ek finds inspiration for her embroidery in the bright, nature-filled designs of traditional Swedish folk art.

How to Train for a Marathon

Ever considered running a marathon? It's certainly not easy, but here are the first steps you need to take on the path to completing 26.2 miles.

Color Trends for the New Year

Nature-inspired neutrals and bold accents create fresh color combos to fit every personality.

Faith on Trial

A late-in-life ordeal for the founder of the Christian Science Church.

Mark Makers

Marking the memories at Manchester's Palace Theatre as the "jewel of the Queen City" turns 100.

At 53 Paralympian Chris Devlin-Young of Campton Wins Gold at X Games

After a devastating injury, Chris Devlin-Young took up alpine skiing (“I got my life back”) and ever since he’s been going for the gold.

Irish for a Day

In NH politicians annually don green and attend Irish breakfast for St. Patrick's Day, but wouldn't it make more sense to pander to our French Canadian population?

The Complicated Process of Claiming Disability

Claiming Social Security disability benefits is harder than ever thanks to political pushback and the increasingly large volume of applicants.

Learn to Deal With Stress

Stress can't always be avoided, but the key to a healthier mind, body and spirit is learning how to control your reactions to stress and to reduce it whenever possible.

Small-batch Bourbon and Irish Coffee Recipe

Kennedy Spirit Drink and Berkshire Bourbon are small-batch distillers making big waves. Plus, a recipe for Irish Coffee.

St. Patrick’s Day Fun at The Peddler’s Daughter and Bonus Potato Leek Soup Recipe

Live music, contest drawings, dancing and more fun events at the Peddler's Daughter in Nashua from March 13-17. Plus, learn to make their creamy potato leek soup at home.

New Hampshire's Animal Champions

These champion dogs, cats and horses have reached the pinnacle in their respective competitive fields. From a Supreme Grand Champion Maine Coon Cat to a Welsh Corgi with 13 national titles under her collar, these four-legged celebrities are all winners.

Cattle Farming at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon

It can be unpleasant to think about where beef really comes from, but by taking a look at life - and death - on a local cattle farm you might better understand how these cattle are cared for during their lives and why the farmers chose this profession.

Making the Grade

Tapping into the maple syrup class system.

Zach Harvey the Man Behind the Bitcoin ATM

Manchester, NH's Zach Harvey, along with his brother Josh, created the company Lamassu, which helps people turn cash into alternative currency Bitcoin.

Shopping off Exit 32

Can’t wait for spring to arrive? Take exit 32 and visit the shops in Lincoln and North Woodstock.

25 Tips for Good-for-you Dining Out

Many local restaurants have added healthier versions of appetizer and menu favorites. A few have been onboard all along. Try these tips and dine like your life depends on it.

Celebrating 100 Years at the Palace Theatre

“The crown jewel of the Queen City” shines brighter than ever at age 100. Here’s why.
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