October 2017

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The Warner Wonder

Hero or GOAT

Answers to All Your Color Conundrums

How to tackle your painting projects like a pro.

Monique Sakellarios' Romantic Scenery

The painter specializes in local landscapes.

Protest? No Thanks

Political activism is passing New Hampshire by.

Arts Alert: News from the NH Visual Art World

An event, a book release, and a new gallery to check out this fall

Small Bites: October Food News

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

Your Letters From the October 2017 Issue

11 Fabulous Fall Foliage Drives

Try these byways for peak leaf-peeping.

Forever Autumn in the Town of Warner

A front porch gathering with family and friends for a fall harvest luncheon during Warner Fall Foliage Festival weekend

When Hope Must HIde

Building on Hope, a remarkable effort that began in a conference room here at our offices, has a new extreme makeover project — but for this one, the location has to remain a secret.

Exploring Sandwich and its History

Pay a visit to the home of NH's own Great Wall

Drive and Dine in Dover

Good eats — from breakfast to fine dining

Trish Regan's Granite State Story

The Fox Business anchor recalls her New Hampshire roots.

Going Home Again

After such a loss, there's no place like it.

Kerri Nailor's Where House

The manager of 56 Self Storage likes things that stay put.

Ways to Cope with a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

What happens when the treatment begins.

The Local Moose Café

Erin Gardner's Any Butter Cake

New Hampshire Craft Beer: Big Ideas in Small Batches

In pre-Prohibition days, nearly every town had its very own brewery. Though we’re not quite back to that level, there are more than 70 breweries currently operating in the state. All offer a sense of place and community you can’t find on grocery store shelves. Meet some of the state’s small local brewers devoted to making real New Hampshire beer.

A Field Guide to New Hampshire Mascots

A closer peek behind the fur, feathers and scales of the state’s hardest working costumed characters.

Expert advice for recovery and overall good health

Should I exercise during cancer treatment and/or recovery?

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.

Nationally Recognized Breast Care at CMC

Connie Campbell, MD, FACS, Surgical Director of Breast Health and Elizabeth Angelakis, MD, Chief of Breast Imaging, were both recognized as 2017 Top Doctors by New Hampshire Magazine and Castle Connelly.

Three Fall Recipes to Try

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Our Favorite Upcoming Events

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    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...

  • "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...

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    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...

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    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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