November 2012

Articles

Political Class and Clashes

Divisions define our two congressional districts in New Hampshire.

Lake Retreat

Face it, November is not New Hampshire's prettiest month, so we spent a quiet weekend on Lake Winnipesaukee admiring the work of local artists and getting a head start on Christmas shopping.

My Great White Whale

Tricky New England weather means you'll never know which season to expect.

Letters to the Editor

Cranberries and Goat Cheese Stuffed Roma Tomatoes

Recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Jason Orlando Beal House Inn

Strange Twist: Jewelry by Amee K. Sweet-McNamara

Embroidery and beads take a turn for the better with eye-popping consequences.

The Many Faces of Arthritis

It Strikes Even the Young

Fun facts about the New Hampshire legislature

Here are some of our favorite, and most interesting, did-you-know facts about the NH legislature.

New Hampshire Districts

You've got to draw the line somewhere.

Packing heat in the Statehouse

Welcome to Statehouse, NH

If the New Hampshire Statehouse was a (very) small town in the Granite State, here's what its demographics would be.

New Hampshire Voting Tool Kit

An easy reference to find out where to vote in New Hampshire.

Bike Bash

Learn how to compete in cyclocross - It's great for adrenaline junkies.

Keene

Go dancing while bowling in Keene at Yankee Lanes.

Brilliance in Bedford

There's great shopping on Rte. 101 and on the byways beyond.

2012 Hot New Restaurants

With a recovering economy, it is hard to convince ebullient restaurateurs and top chefs to stand down. There is just too much passion in this industry.

New Hampshire State Legislature 101

Everything You Wanted to Know About Your State Legislature (But Were Afraid to Ask).

First Women in the NH Legislature

Juveniles and the Law

More young people than ever are being sent to court and sometimes prison - is there a better solution?

Going Green and Looking Good

Attractive and Environmentally Conscious Home Design

Silver Mountain Cidery

Something is fermenting in Lempster.

French Fancies: Finesse Pastries

A young pastry chef brings exquisite pastries to Manchester.

Best Lawyer Q&As

Every year, the national polling firm Woodward/White performs an exhaustive search for the country's top attorneys and publishes their names in its comprehensive volume, "The Best Lawyers in America."

Funny Guy: Jon Rineman

It's possible that Jon Rineman of Hampton makes you laugh every night, even though you never heard his name before.

Waxing Political

Talk about heresy: An article in the november 2012 issue of Reason Magazine is titled "your vote doesn't count: why (almost) everyone should stay home on election day."

Gingered Beets

Here's a delicious side dish that's sure to impress your Thanksgiving diners.

Expanding the Experience: Jonathan McPhee

Q&A with Jonathan McPhee, the conductor of the Nashua Symphony

Eastern Influences: 19th Century Staffordshire Platter

In the mid-19th century "Oriental" artwork was a popular pattern for ceramics.

They're Back: Wild Turkeys Return to NH

Not so long ago there were no wild turkeys in nh - now there are thousands.

The Soup Guy

Time for the original comfort food.

Thanksgiving Dinner

Ideas on where you can find the best Thanksgiving dinner outside of your own kitchen.

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