March 2016

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Continuing education provides solutions and opens doors

A look at some continuing education options and certification programs in New Hampshire

Rustic pasta with hearty Bolognese sauce

Make sure to savor these flavors even more by using locally sourced ingredients

Seacoast's new Barley House sparks St. Patrick’s with Grand Opening Week

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at The Barley House Restaurant and Tavern in its new location in North Hampton

Exeter's New "Boss"

Taking a look at Neighborhood Beer Company in Exeter, NH

Spring cleaning starts with recycling the political signs

The election’s over — time to toss the remains of the campaigns

Renovating do’s and don’ts

If you’re thinking of starting work on your home, then save yourself a few headaches with these pointers from seasoned contractors and homeowners.

Chef Robert Irvine heads to the Granite State

Restaurant: Impossible chef Robert Irvine heads to NH for the New Hampshire Food Bank's Steele Chef Challenge happening on March 14

The North Country Smokehouse Has Much More Than Bacon

The North Country Smokehouse is famous for their delicious, thick sliced applewood-smoked bacon, but there more than bacon coming out of this German-style smokehouse in Claremont.

Country Ham with Sauce Véronique

The Old Courthouse in Newport offers a buffet brunch every Sunday, and at the head of the table is a North Country Smokehouse ham with the sauce of the day. This sauce Véronique is one of their favorites.

Wearable Art

Fiber artist Nancy Evans creates a brand new fabric from wool and silk.

Muck Ado About Nothing

Come to New Hampshire in the spring — It’s not just about the leaves.

What's brewing (and distilling) on the seacoast

Cider is revived as a favorite brew while rum finds another home in New Hampshire.

Concord's New Main Street

Main Street in Concord underwent a makeover - now it's the perfect cure for cabin fever!

Recovering: A Portrait Series

Photographer Matthew Lomanno captured portraits of several brave Granite Staters who are willing to shed anonymity to share their stories of addiction and recovery.

The Soul of Home

What makes a house a home? Author Howard Mansfield explores this sense of place in his book “Dwelling in Possibility: Searching for the Soul of Shelter.”

Bedford Artist Patricia Schappler

Patricia Schappler is an artist who works from her home studios in Bedford. She is also married with four children and teaches at both the NH Institute of Art and Rivier University.

Busted in Bethlehem

The Colonial Theatre in Bethlehem - now the North Country's major arts and culture center - was once embroiled in a legal fight that helped define what constitutes pornography.

Relaxing Winter Getaway in Gorham

Leaving downhill skiing for weekdays when the lines are shorter, we head to Gorham for a weekend on snowshoes and cross-country skis.

Ways To Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Lifestyle choices can affect the odds of getting cancer.

Your Letters From the March 2016 Issue

Saying Grace

Comedian Louis C.K. has a famous routine where he mocks those who agonize over what to do with their lives. He demonstrates his answer by pointing to his mouth and saying, “Just put food in here.”

The Perfect Stout for Winter

Henniker Brewing Company's The Roast is just the beer for the winter season.

Guide to Buying Local NH Ingredients

Eating local has never been this easy. From homemade bread and pasta to the freshest fish and humanely raised and grass-fed beef, we’ve got the Granite State sources you need to know about.
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