May 2017

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Great New Hampshire Restaurants

Exceptional women of Great NH Restaurants' Corporate office

Kelly Roosa Cohen

President of Cohen Closing & Title, LLC

Reeds Ferry Sheds

Kara Ruiter, customer sales representative; Laurie Blanchette, controller; Kathryn Midgley, accounts receivable manager; and Catrina Carson, accounting assistant

Dianne Mercier

President of People's United Bank

The Local's Guide to Portsmouth

If you're looking for the best cafes, restaurants and bookstores, then you can tail a Portsmouth native, or you can cheat and read this guide.

Global Food in the Granite State

There's a big world of global food out there — but you don't have to travel far to find it. Leave your passport at home and head to these 35 spots for the most irresistible international eats in the Granite State.

Going Big on the Small Screen

An NH native finds unexpected stardom on YouTube.

Reflections on the Lake

Lake Winnipesaukee memories run clear and deep for this world-famous singer-songwriter.

For the Love of Fabric

Krista Larson's clothing designs combine modern fabrics and vintage details.

Pasquale's Ristorante

This eatery's two branches offer a taste of Naples.

Fresh Foodie Laurie-Beth Robbins

The Rye chef wants to transform the way you eat.

Small Bites: May Food News

Town Meeting

Quaint tradition or microcosm of national politics?

For the Birds

NH Audubon's annual Birdathon gives you a chance to hone your bird-spotting skills.

Creating a Welcoming Foyer

Don't overlook your entryway — a fresh foyer can welcome both spring and your guests.

Vida Cantina's Bloody Maria

Remarkable Women 2017: Artists to Watch

11 visual artists you need to keep an eye on

Places to Paddle

As spring arrives, quiet waters await.

Aquaponics: Fish, Water and Plants

Victory Aquaponics in Londonderry uses this synergistic system to produce year-round greens.

Walking Wentworth

From ice age remnants to Japanese gardens, this town offers unexpected attractions.

Your Letters From the May 2017 Issue

Opening Dates for Summer Museum Season

With the start of May comes summer museum season. Here's when to go and what to see at a few of our favorites this year.

Others Day

My very first note as editor of the precursor of this magazine was for the May issue, back in 1993. Naturally, I took advantage of the column to sneak in a quick “Happy Mother’s Day” to my mom.

Royal Revelations

Seven things you probably didn’t know about Benning Wentworth, our first Royal Governor

Family Tree Divided

Navigating grandparent and in-law status after divorce

Supervising Your Sugar

Added sugars can hide even in foods that seem healthy.

Downtown Exeter Shopping

The shopping scene in this Seacoast town offers fashion, antiques, decor and more.

A Look at Seacoast Microbreweries and Bars

Craft beer staples are good, but, for the heart of the Portsmouth brewing community, you’ll have to go micro.

Portsmouth's Bookstores

Crack the spine of an old or new classic at one of Portsmouth's bookstores

Where To Find the Best Coffee and Tea in Portsmouth

The most essential places in Portsmouth are not churches or town halls; they’re cafés.

7 Not-To-Miss Places to Eat in Portsmouth

Get out of Market Square and into one of our favorite eateries

Portsmouth's Music and Art Scene

This small city is thumping with live music and crawling with artists

Portsmouth Odds and Ends

Tattoos, ice cream and everyone's favorite barber
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