January 2017

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On the Streets with Manchester's Homeless Teens

Street life is no dream (and little sleep) for homeless teens in the Queen City.

Adopt a Cartoonist

We're lacking the tragic power of Sarah McLachlan and trembling puppies, but we hope this plea to adopt a New Hampshire editorial cartoonist tugs at your heart nonetheless.

It's Complicated

That's how the state's Facebook status would read.

Row 34

Indulge with caviar and champagne at this Seacoast spot.

Coping with Stress in a Chaotic World

In a 24-hour news cycle world, is anxiety our new normal?

Loretta Tower's Local Color

The Dover Color Bar stylist fears no hue.

The Hidden Treasures of Sandown

Historic Sandown has much to offer visitors, from culture to food and wine.

Small Bites: January Food News

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

Get Hooked

Five reasons why you should try ice fishing (or not)

Shaker Style for Today

A local kitchen inspired by the Shakers finds beauty in utility.

Get Out There!

There are many paths to winter fun, some for beginners and some for pros. Here are great tips for those at either extreme, so now you’ve got no excuse.

Your Letters From the January 2017 Issue

Terry Silverman's Clever Cookware

The Fitzwilliam artist creates "flameware" for the creative cook.

Year-Round Greens (With Science's Help)

A farm in a fright container in suburban Nashua represents the future of farming.

Vietnamese-style Asparagus Soup

Understanding Long-Term Care Insurance

The "what if?" insurance comes in several forms.

The Case for Local Bookstores

New Hampshire is full of independent booksellers. It's time you paid your local shop a visit.

The King of the North Country

In the northern reaches of the Granite State, royalty isn’t for the high-born or for the usurper. It’s for those who simply know where they belong and then stay there.

New Hampshire's Dog Has Its Day

The official dog of the Granite State, the Chinook, turns 100 this January with a centennial celebration.

January's Best Events for Kids

Help your little ones beat the back-to-school blues with these fun events designed just for kids.

Old Acquaintance

I first met John Harrigan in 1989, which probably seems like a long time ago to anyone under 50. To me, it seems like yesterday afternoon.
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Our Favorite Upcoming Events

  • Rising Stars: New Work in Furniture

    09.14.18

    The NH Furniture Masters are proud to present Rising Stars: New Work in Furniture, a collection of work by six talented young designer makers from...

  • Antisocial Media: How Facebook Disconnects Us and Undermines Democracy

    11.15.18

    Siva Vaidhyanathan, professor of media studies at the University of Virginia, delivers the 2018 Holden Lecture. In Antisocial Media, Siva...

  • "Catching the Light" Guest Artist Show

    11.17.18

    This is an important collection from local artist and photographer, Peter A. Jeschke, and glassblower, Eric Trulson, that have captured the essence...

  • Warren Miller Face of Winter

    11.23.18

    This year, “Face of Winter,” the 69th installment from Warren Miller Entertainment presented by Volkswagen, will bring new and veteran...

  • Ring in the Season

    11.29.18

    Ring in the Season, the 4-day holiday celebration returns with more excitement than ever! Your annual favorites, the Holiday Open House, the...

  • On Tap for CASA

    03.23.19

    Think of this as a marathon for people who hate running. Or walking. Or really any kind of race that involves moving. On Tap For CASA, happening...

  • 25th Annual Seacoast Home Show

    04.06.19

    The Seacoast Home Show draws over 2,000 qualified attendees and over 200 exhibitors displaying the latest products and services for homes including...


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