November 2016

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Pamela Smart: Innocent or (Still) Guilty?

After a quarter of a century in prison and the release of all others involved in the murder of her husband, Pamela Smart would like you to take one more look at her case.

Appliances 101

Picking out appliances can be overwhelming, but take heart. These New Hampshire appliance experts can help you sort through the newest trends and questions about quality.

Karen Orsillo's Porcelain Patterns

The layered clay in Orsillo's work creates intricate designs.

Gift Guide: New Hampshire's Best New Books

This holiday season, try the books on this list for local gifts created by gifted locals.

A Guide to Guided Hunting

Expert outfitters and guides can help you make the most of your hunting excursions.

Redefining Farm-to-Table in Bath

The Farm at Woods Hill in Bath and Woods Hill Table in Concord, Mass., are a dining enterprise that's about as truly farm-to-table as it gets.

Turkey Panini

Getting creative with the Thanksgiving sandwich

2016's Best New Restaurants

New Hampshire is bustling with new restaurants this year. Here's a guide to some notable openings and the top 9 new eateries of 2016.

Going Out with a Bang

Fireworks and funerals. Why not?

Exploring the Non-Town of Meriden

The not-quite-independent village in Lebanon is full of surprises, including some remarkable history and art.

John Burwell Garvey, UNH School of Law

Specializing in Mediation

Managing Medications

Mix-ups can cause severe problems.

Poll Dancing

Is change required to keep elections pure?

Smarting Over

“Pam Smart?” replied my young friend. “I know the name, but I don’t know why.” It took only a few words to freshen his memory.

So, Is Mt. Washington Really the Worst?

The folks at Mount Washington Observatory claim that our beloved mountain has the worst weather on earth. One of the observatory's board members put that claim to the test.

Breaking Silence: Cecelia Pierce Speaks

Cecelia Pierce (now Blake) played a pivotal role in Pamela Smart's conviction. Here, she speaks publicly on the trial for the first time in two decades.

Your Letters From the November 2016 Issue

A Pair of Hidden-Gem Cafés

Sister restaurants Bayona Café and Waterworks Café, tucked away in Manchester's Millyard, are lunchtime must-sees.

Susan S. Geiger, Orr & Reno

Specializing in Energy Law

Ronna F. Wise, Sulloway & Hollis

Specializing in Family Law

Peter D. Van Oot, Downs Rachlin Martin

Specializing in Environmental Law

Debra Weiss Ford, Jackson Lewis

Specializing in Labor Law — Management

Skate Girl Judy Purington

The president of Seacoast Roller Derby traded ballet slippers for skates.

Gift Guide: New Hampshire's Best New Music

This holiday season, try the CDs on this list for local gifts created by gifted locals.

The Arts Get Political

In honor of election season, here are four events from the musical, theatrical, and visual arts this month that put politics at center stage.

Small Bites: November Food News

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

Swing Shift

Are we really that predictable?

My Evening with the Friends of Pam Smart

A local journalist recalls his time reporting on Pam Smart and considers what questions are left unanswered.

Prison Notes from Pam

Photographer David Mendelsohn carried out correspondence with Pamela Smart in conjunction with the portraits he took of Smart for us. Here are some excerpts of what she had to say.
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