March 2017

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The Search for NH's Best Pizza

Lots of places claim to have the state's best pizza. We put them all to the test.

Gluten-Free Irish Soda Bread Muffins

De-Stressing Downsizing

When you're ready to make the move to a smaller home, here's what to do and where to turn.

Medical Marijuana

There's still no consensus on its effectiveness.

Curious Curator Jesse Van Deinse

Van Deinse collects and deals in unusual objects at Dover's Memento Mori Eclectic Antiques.

Tiny House, Tremendous Style

Living small takes creativity.

Fashion Statements in the Granite State

There's more to our state's style than you think.

Power Precursor

The Northern Pass battle was fought before.

Matt Patterson's Nature Studies

The New Ipswich artist illustrates the world around us.

The Bigger Picture

Changing the Electoral College would make NH voters less powerful.

Splash into Spring Skiing

The late season on the slopes brings a different kind of fun.

Maple for Adults

Leave the candy to the kids — enjoy your maple syrup infused with a grown-up beverage.

The Sweet Winter Flavors of Canterbury

Spend a day meandering along the backroads through the hills north of Concord.

Fashion Plates

My first foray into editing was a high school underground newspaper, cryptically titled The Shibboleth. It was intended to be revolutionary, but it included fashion notes.

Your Letters From the March 2017 Issue

Over-the-Border Dining in Kittery

Drive, bike, walk or skip over Memorial Bridge to take in the dining renaissance underway in Kittery.

Small Bites: March Food News

Cuisine editor Susan Laughlin breaks down the latest food news from around New Hampshire.

Music for Mud Season

Our guest reviewer suggests musical cures for the March muck.

Live Long and Prosper

A local filmmaker explores “Star Trek” icon Leonard Nimoy’s legacy

New Hampshire Noob

A thorough (or is it thoro?) guide to what I’ve learned so far

Revival Kitchen & Bar

Chef Corey Fletcher gives downtown Concord a new culinary hotspot.

Shake Up Your Charity This March

It's gala season — but you don't have to break out the black tie to have a fun night giving to charity.

Building Homes for a Greener Tomorrow

There’s nothing gothic about the net-zero home of environmental reporter Sam Evans-Brown and his wife, but rooftop solar panels and electric meters that run backward might be new American traditions for which we can all take a stand.
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