September 2016

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10 Reasons Why YOU Should Visit the NH Motor Speedway

Need a good reason to go to a NASCAR race in Loudon? Here are 10 of them. If you still refuse, then, to quote New Hampshire’s Sarah Silverman (speaking about something entirely different), “You’re being ridiculous.”

Early Fall Events to Attend This September

Beat the crowds and get just-as-nice views with these early-season fall and foliage events.

Embrace Your Age and Enjoy the Discounts

Why it's time for me to start taking advantage of the senior discounts at age 65

Fighting the Stigma of Male Depression

Depression is diagnosed far less often in men than in women. Local doctors discuss the stigma surrounding the ailment.

The Adrenaline Rush of Drifting

Not all who drift are shiftless.

Going Green in Your Home

Remodel responsibly with green energy and other sustainable living tips from New Hampshire builders.

Tavern 27 Tapas and Piano Bar

Take in creative tapas at this Laconia spot.

Navigating Non-Relative Inheritance

A crazy tale from Portsmouth illustrates the many issues at stake - from elder exploitation to professional impropriety - in non-relative inheritance.

Coin King Jonathan Danch

Learn some numismatic trivia with Rare Coins of NH's Jonathan Danch

Catch Gilded Age Extravagance in Bethlehem

Three Olmsted gardens and a host of fine summer homes from turn of the century elites call this northern New Hampshire town home.

Small Bites: September Food News

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

Double Negative

If both sides are “evil,” then what’s a voter to do?

Music Review: Miss Maybell and Slimpickin's

The quirky duo sings America's music.

Mauli McDonald's Rustic Wreaths

Sunapee artist Mauli McDonald juggles lots of projects, but don't miss her delicately taxidermied wreaths.

Exercise in Disguise

Fitness can be fun — if it’s camouflaged. Here’s how to dance, drum and surf your way to a healthier life.

Where to Find Exercise-in-Disguise Workouts

Check out our list of the places to go for the state's hottest fitness trend: exercise in disguise.

Counterpoint: The Positive Effects of Rail

In our July issue, James Pindell discussed the politics of a Boston-NH rail line. Here, a local business owner responds.

Hard Cider Makes a Comeback

After a decline in popularity in the 20th century, old-fashioned favorite hard cider is making a comeback. Here's where to find it in the Granite State.

Your Letters From the September 2016 Issue

Tips and Ideas For Hosting An Outdoor Harvest Party

Friends gather for a harvest dinner at the historic Canterbury Shaker Village - find inspiration for your own celebration with photos and recipes.

Liars’ Bench Beer Co. of Portsmouth

At this new Portsmouth brewery opened by two UNH grads, you'll find full-flavored session beers that won't leave you on the floor.

A Feast on Main Street

After a year off, The Farmers Dinner returns to Nashua this September for a one-of-a-kind formal feast in the middle of Main Street.

Butterfly and Bee

New Hampshire Magazine Editor Rick Broussard reflects on the passing of Van McLeod.
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