October 2012

Articles

2013 Halloween Events in New Hampshire

Whether you're looking to dance the night away in costume, want to find thrills and chills at a haunted house or need something a little less scary for children, we've got the Halloween event for you!

Love and Loss

Dealing with grief isn't any easier just because you've done it before.

Political Persuasion

Is this year's constitutional amendment forever preventing a state income tax from happening just a ruse?

Chick Glitz: New London

From Shakespeare to Bronte, New London offers a love affair for shopping.

Why Roads are Less Traveled

A Yankee primer to keep you from getting lost, more or less.

Where to Find Ghosts, Ghouls and Scares in the Granite State

NH is haunted by everything from a love-struck pirate and mischievous children to malevolent spirits in cemeteries and mill workers who perished in fires. Do you dare visit a few?

Spooky Stuff: Blood Cemetery

Want to get creeped out on Halloween? No problem - NH is full of haunted places.

A Different Take: Samhain

For pagans, it's not trick-or-treat - it's Samhain. This annual event in Peterborough is open to all.

Coastal Creamery Delivers the Goods

Fresh and local milk delivered right to your door.

Letters to the Editor

Bringing it Home: Corks at the Bedford Village Inn

The Italian owner of the bedford village inn offers a taste of home in corks.

10 Great Foliage Hikes in NH

Tips for a great autumn hike far from the madding crowd.

Autumn Idyll

For leaf peeping, it's hard to find a more perfect setting than the tidy villages and lakes to reflect the colors in the Monadnock Region. And it's the best time of year to climb that iconic mountain.

Renegade Playground

Accept the challenge and let your inner child run wild at an obstacle race.

Secret Souls

Blown about by storms of sensuality

Pad Thai

Where to find the best Pad Thai in the Granite State

"The Big C" vs Tiny Weapons

Nanotechnology could revolutionize breast cancer treatment.

Winging It: Brian

Brian "Lurch" Caldwell of Hudson likes to spread his wings from time to time.

Early Elegance: Georgian Hot Water Jug

A sterling way to heat water for a cup of tea.

Leif Ericson Hurrah: Peter Andersen

It only lasts for a few minutes but surely Leif Ericson would have appreciated it.

Art Schooled

A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words.

Exploring New Hampshire's Classic Car Culture

There's no question that we love our cars.

Hot Tickets: The New Hampshire Film Festival

How a plucky band of volunteers has transformed Portsmouth into a destination city for makers (and lovers) of independent film.

Brazo

Feel the Latin beat at this Portsmouth restaurant.

Fall Splendor - Your New Hampshire Foliage Photos

We asked readers to submit their photos of fall in New Hampshire that featured both gorgeous autumn colors and an identifiable landmark.

The New Pumpkin Beer on the Block

Redhook Brewery's Pumpkin Porter

Stunning Kitchen and Bath Design

Find inspiration for your kitchen and bath.

Upcycled Accessories

Using old materials to cradle new technology

Calendar

Featured Events

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    Parenting NH presents the 18th Annual Family Fun Fair - an interactive event that offers fun and entertainment for families with children of all...

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    Help us celebrate the best New Hampshire has to offer! The annual New Hampshire Magazine Best of NH Party will return once again to the...

  • Granite State Music Festival

    06.21.14

    The third annual Granite State Music Festival will bring two big stages and even bigger sound to Concord for two full days of family-friendly...


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