May 2015

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Homer's spin cycle

In Frost Heaves, NH, one thing tends to lead to another

Rhubarb Art in the Age

Enjoy this liqueur simply over rocks or in creative springtime cocktails.

Don't Put Off Writing Down Your Last Words

It’s easy to put off doing a will, but estate attorneys say don’t wait

Planning for a modern maternity

Moms should customize their plan for labor pain

Top Knight Evan Ringo

Like most squires, Evan Ringo's path to knighthood began humbly

Catherine Green mixes hard edges and soft colors

Old school techniques with modern materials

Sugar tongs are trending

Has “Downton Abbey” bought back an item from early English tea culture?

Too Much Medicine?

One doctor’s prescription for today’s health care

How to create your own outdoor oasis

As temperatures warm up, nature calls us to linger outdoors

Your letters from the May 2015 issue

Shop and linger at the Lake

You can reel in the retail along Squam Lake

What's It Like to Live in a Family of 12?

The average American family has fewer than two children. To some, any more than two seems extreme. But with 10 kids the Fisher family has found there’s always enough love to go around.

Springtime fun along Route 153

For writers, a weekend at an inn where one of New England’s great poets stayed is positively inspiring

In Their Own Words: Ruthie Tredwell

Ruthie Tredwell’s life has always revolved around the arts: dealer, consultant, curator and the original founder of the Portsmouth Museum of Art. As an undergrad at Parsons School of Design she landed a plum internship at Andy Warhol’s Factory, the one on Union Square, from ’81 through ’86.

The spring thaw brings "the ultimate rock concert" to Mt. Washington Valley

What happens after 180-inches of snow falls in Mt Washington Valley over the winter? “April rains mean waterfalls reign” as winter snow melts.

A rocky romance with the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse

They’re no longer needed for navigation — GPS changed that — but people are still loving lighthouses

Gluten-free cooking with The Epicure's Jar LLC

Jennifer LeClair, owner of The Epicure’s Jar LLC in Hudson shares her recipe for Gluten-free Blueberry Muffins

Wellington Marketplace in Concord

A must-visit shop in the capital city

The political state of selfies

One player on the campaign scene fits in your pocket

Lessons of fruit from the (grape) vine

Have an area of grass? Does it get plenty of sun? Maybe it’s time to go beyond wild grasses and geraniums

Fly fishing basics

Take a good supply of patience

Dishes worth a drive

Each of the following destinations will offer enough enchantment to fascinate you for a couple of hours or more. So get in the car and start driving.

Remarkable Women 2015: Powerful Partnerships

From music to mechanical engineering, meet women in remarkable partnerships that really get the job done.

Nature lessons from the red-tailed hawk and other NH animals

I’m sure that enough has already been written and said about the march vote of the NH legislature to deny the request of a 4th grade class to have the red-tailed hawk named NH’s official raptor, But I’ve got a stake in this.

New Hampshire's Changing Fishing Industry

It’s the country’s shortest seacoast, but it's been wedded to the ocean since the first visitors from the Old World came here to fish. Now that ancient marriage must cope with changes rising from the ocean’s depths to the restaurant platter.
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