October 2016

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Is it Pneumonia?

How to know when it's more than just a bad cold - and what you should do about it.

NH Breast Cancer Coalition: Helping those who need it most

NHBCC is a statewide, grassroots, all-volunteer organization whose mission is to advocate for and provide assistance to New Hampshire breast cancer patients.

Access the latest technology at this Center of Excellence

The Elliot Breast Health Center has been granted the prestigious designation of being an American College of Radiology Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence.

Portsmouth Regional Hospital: “We can do it together”

We strive to build close relationships – together – between patients and our staff, including surgeons.

Providing health, healing and hope at CMC's Breast Care Center

Being compassionate is about understanding what somebody needs and figuring out what they’re not voicing so those needs can be addressed. Most people need hope more than anything else.

Working as a team from procedure to reconstruction

Breast reconstruction is designed to reestablish a feeling of wholeness and treat the sense of loss that often accompanies the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.

Ginny Witkin: The honor of serving others

As breast health program coordinator, my mission is to increase awareness about the importance of early detection and treatment of breast cancer and to help facilitate access to care.

Beating the breast cancer odds

Surviving, heading-off cancer a family affair

Guide to Local Beer in NH's Monadnock, Lakes and North Country Regions

If you’re a craft beer lover in New Hampshire, then chances are you know all about what’s happening in the bustling Seacoast and Merrimack Valley regions. Our writer chose to take the roads less traveled to find off-the-beaten-path breweries you might have missed.

Crafty Witch Pat Peck

The volunteer behind Canterbury Shaker Village's Halloween witch is more treat than trick.

The Best Halloween Events for Every Age Group

The whole family can make the most of spooky season with these great events for the young and the not-so-young.

Communal Housing for Seniors

Sharing the load can make sense.

Donna Zils Banfield Turns Simple Bowls into Works of Art

The Derry woodturner's vessels would bring flair to any home.

Hanover Street Chophouse

Manchester's steakhouse isn't just for dinner — try it for an elegant lunch.

Small Bites: October Food News

Cuisine editor Susan Laughlin breaks down the latest food news from around New Hampshire.

The Scaredycat's Guide to Haunted Houses

Fear led our primitive ancestors to hide in caves and build fires to keep their nightmares at bay. Today, we leave our caves and home fires and even pay good money just to get a taste of that primal sense of terror. Here, just in time for Halloween, is a guided tour of two of the state’s finest horror dispensaries.

Learn How to Homebrew

Homebrewing is the latest frontier in craft beer. Learn to make your own brew so you can trade BYOB for MYOB.

Tips for Taking Great Outdoor Photos

Your photography doesn't have to stop at selfies. Learn how to take top-quality shots of the great outdoors.

Scenic Fall Shopping in Peterborough

The Monadnock town offers great foliage and great shopping, from antiques to art to bakery goods.

Dartmouth's Hood Museum Gets a Makeover

Dartmouth's Hood Museum of Art has closed its doors until 2019 for a major expansion project. In the meantime, though, you can get an intimate peek at the museum's art on Hanover's Main Street.

Perambulations

Most geographic boundaries are only visible on maps, but we still benefit from examining them up close and personally.

Take a Fall Jaunt to Jaffrey

A seasonal tradition and a spate of history and culture makes the town worth a visit this fall.

Your Letters From the October 2016 Issue

Boo Who?

Local themes make Halloween more, uh, local.

A Livable Living Room

Designer Amy Mitchell combined the formal with the functional in her Federal home in Hopkinton.

Frittata with Mushrooms, Sausage and Goat Cheese

Use local ingredients to make a frittata that proves eggs are for more than just breakfast.

Walking New Hampshire's Northern Border

“Good fences make good neighbors,” wrote Robert Frost, quoting his grumpy muse. No fences guard our stretch of the international border between the US and Canada, but a trek along those 58 miles offers plenty of reasons to reflect upon forces that unite us and those that divide.

New Film Explores Portsmouth's Past

The flick reflects the work of local historians to honor the town's African burying ground.

Political Timber?

Why there's a shortage in "old growth" candidates.

Beer Guide 2016 - Seacoast and Merrimack Valley

Looking for more great beer? Here's the rest of the 2016 edition of the Beer Guide that we couldn't fit in print. Discover breweries you might have missed in the Seacoast and Merrimack Valley regions.
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