September 2012

Articles

Who Loves Lobbyists?

Well, no one does, but at least here they can run for political office.

Here Comes Autumn

Along with the turning of the leaves there are other ways to know fall has fell.

Here's the Beef

Where to find local grass-fed beef in New Hampshire.

Therapies of Joy

A skeptical author explores alternative healing therapies and emerges with a new appreciation.

Seeing Green in Hanover

This college town offers everything from school spirit supplies to high-end fashion.

Reaching the Beach

What it takes to run a 24-hour relay race.

Natural Wonders of the North

It's a little early for serious leaf-peeping, but reds and golds are beginning to highlight the roadsides in the White Mountains, so we chose a base right in the middle of them.

Mediation and Arbitration

A trial is not always the answer - there are other options outside of the courtroom.

Berlin

Courtney takes a boat tour of the Androscoggin River.

Yankee Fisherman's Cooperative

The Yankee Fisherman's Cooperative, in beautiful Seabrook Harbor, offers the very freshest seafood.

Meadows & Manure: Coggerton

A tale about the dark side of rural life by New Hampshire author Jane Wingate.

The Beerkery

Marie Chantel Hardy was destined to be involved with food.

Letters to the Editor

Hot Forms Hot Colors: Vivian Beer

Local NH artist Vivian Beer forms furniture from steel.

Making Music

Reports of the death of the music industry may have been exaggerated, but things have definitely changed. Fortunately, for musicians, "changes" are part of the gig.

Wine & Poses

I'm not what you'd call an oenophile. I usually shop for wine by looking on the ten dollar shelf and seeking out those "$2 off" collar tags. But, like most people, I've had a few memorable encounters with a bottle of wine.

New Hampshire's Vineyards and Wineries

A Harvest Season Trail to New Hampshire's Best Wineries

Blue Notes and Pink Tones

Let the annual Museums of Old York Show House shed some light on distinctive decorating for your space.

Eyes Wide Open

Getting a good night's sleep is more important than you think.

Clam Chowder

No matter how you prefer clam chowder, one of these offerings is sure to fit your tastes.

Smith's Archeological Journeys

This Roman arch is just one of Joseph Lindon Smith's renderings of historical places.

Sea Hagg Rum

No need to hop aboard a cruise ship to taste the flavors of the Caribbean – Just head to Sea Hagg Distillery in N. Hampton for small-batch, artisanal rum made in a traditional copper alembic pot still.

A Fair Talker: Junior Gardner

Say "Deerfield Fair" and a lot of people think "Junior Gardner." His is the voice - with its distinctive Yankee accent - that you hear on the radio advertising for the now-136-year-old fair.

Running Man: Guor Marial

Olympian Guor Marial has run his whole life but now he is running toward his dreams.

Full Circle

New Hampshire's connection to local food sources is ever growing.

Calendar

Featured Events

  • The Palace Theatre’s 7th Annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction

    09.11.14

    Raise your glass and celebrate 100 years of theatre in New Hampshire! Enjoy an evening with friends while tasting wonderful wine and...

  • Granite State Comicon

    09.13.14

    The Granite State Comicon is one of New England's premiere conventions. This year's weekend of events promises to be the biggest yet...

  • Wild Rover Celtic Festival and St. Baldrick's Fundraiser

    09.14.14

    The Wild Rover Celtic Festival is New Hampshire’s largest charity driven Celtic celebration. Beginning with our annual ½ Way to St....

  • Schilling's Oktoberfest

    09.20.14

    Celebrate family, community and autumn's approach with Bavarian-inspired Schilling beers and local foods at Schilling Beer Co.'s...

  • Nashua Restaurant Week Farmers Dinner

    09.21.14

    The first annual Restaurant Week Farmers Dinner will be held on Sunday, September 21, 2014, in downtown Nashua. This farm-to-table event is a...

  • Barry Camp Wild Game Culinary Adventure

    09.26.14

    Participants get hands-on instruction and practice dressing wild game, cutting meat and planning game menus in a rustic weekend setting. Contact...

  • NH Humanities Council’s Annual Dinner

    09.30.14

    This year’s dinner features keynote speaker Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Michael Chabon. The event gathers the state’s corporate,...

  • NH Brewfest

    10.25.14

    Held on the grounds of Redhook Ale Brewery, this event is a special fundraiser for the Prescott Park Arts Festival in...


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