November 2014

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The joys of sleeping (or not sleeping) with dogs

Three dogs plus two humans means no one is sleeping

Is group net metering the new model for energy?

Zack Jonas is forging new traditions

A knife can be more than a means to an end

Boggy Meadow “Switchel” Cider Vodka

Switchel is a Colonial drink made with cider vinegar that is very refreshing

King Arthur Flour Baking Education Center

Never picked up a rolling pin or sifter? No worries. King Arthur Flour is here to help you make your very own pies for the holidays.

"Howard Elman's Farewell" by Ernest Hebert

Darby Doomsday: a tale about the "fading of something to nothing."

Give Thanksing

Just about every year we are picked as one of the stingiest states in the union.

Catching up with guitarist Johnny A

The legendary guitarist and music man filled us in on what his memorable moments in rock 'n' roll

The Power of Platelets

Platelet-rich plasma therapy can remedy tough-to-treat injuries

Have you ever considered adventure travel?

Guided, unguided, some of each? you have a choice with adventure travel

A NH history lesson about the KKK

Would you be shocked to learn that the Ku Klux Klan was on the march in Exeter, New Hampshire?

Has Kelly Ayotte done what she needs to do to win in 2016?

Local Republicans privately say they are very worried about her even getting re-elected.

Where to Go Shopping in Keene

Go ahead, take one last foliage trip and head to downtown Keene, where you’ll find the retailers warm and welcoming.

Hart’s Turkey Farm

Holiday tradition can be found year-round at this Meredith restaurant

Holiday Decorating Ideas

Deck the halls! Easy seasonal ideas for holiday decorations you can use in your home.

Getting creative to help the NH Food Bank and stop hunger in NH

New Hampshire businesses take on the issue of hunger with a “can do” attitude.

A Walkable Weekend in the Town of Littleton

Littleton is regularly praised as one of America’s best Main Streets, and we wondered if we could spend a weekend there without ever moving the car.

JT Thayer is wild about fermenting veggies

Preserving food with tradition

Q&A with Elaine M. Michaud of Devine Millimet, PA

Specializing in medical malpractice law – defendants

Q&A with David P. Van Der Beken of Stebbins, Lazos & Van Der Beken

Specializing in banking and finance law

Q&A with Elise H. Salek of Sulloway & Hollis, PLLC

Specializing in tax law

Q&A with Peter D. Van Oot of Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC

Specializing in environmental law

Q&A with Andrea L. Daly of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton PA

Specializing in Litigation – Trusts and Estates

The best new chef-owned restaurants

Check out Cure in Portsmouth and DRAE in Derry, NH for a great dining experience.

The best new locally Inspired restaurants in NH

For locally-sourced menus in NH we recommend Campo Enoteca, Joinery, Applecrest Farm Bistro, LaBelle Winery, CR's The Restaurant and Pressed Cafe

The Grove at the Woodbound Inn is a must for destination dining

It’s not easy to find the Woodbound Inn in Rindge, but the setting is priceless.

Craving comfort food? Here's where you need to go

Burgers, mac and cheese and diner foods are among our favorite comfort foods -- here's where to find the best comfort food in NH

Breweries, pubs and taverns you need to check out

Love good bar food? Then you need to check out Cork N Keg Grill, Hobb's Tavern and Brewing Co, Leaven Beer & Bread, Schuster's Tavern and Woodlands Tavern

New ethnic restaurant hot spots

Visit another culture without leaving NH with these great new ethnic restaurants.

NH's newest (and best!) seafood restaurants

Profiling Ipswich Clambake and Naticook Fish & Grill

Actor and comedian Jimmy Dunn of "The McCarthys"

NH's own Jimmy Dunn plays Sean McCarthy on the new CBS sitcom, "The McCarthys"
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