October 2018

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Tales From Fritz

Fritz Wetherbee shared three creepy local stories guaranteed to inspire some Halloween chills. His spooky tales were then turned into short comics illustrated by students from the New Hampshire Institute of Art.

Prepared for Anything

As the global future grows more unpredictable, some people are staking out their own worlds and learning how to take destiny into their own hands.

Color Pop

Consider artwork as unique home d├ęcor

What's in a Name

No, not that Woodstock

The Difficulties That Come With Solo Aging

Solo agers face unique challenges as their needs begin to change

The Connection between Loneliness and your Health

Loneliness can affect more than emotional health.

A Real Winner from Healthy Solutions Spice Blends

A lower-calorie snack for game day - chicken and riced cauliflower stuffed poblanos.

Poll Dancing

Will the industry redeem itself for the mid-terms?

Glass-maker Jordana Korsen

This artist's Hot Glass Art Center is educational and a fun place to hang out.

Small Town History in Hart's Location

Visit the Notchland Inn and then stop by the Conway Scenic Railroad's Notch train excursions.

A Community of Care: St. Joseph Innovates at its Breast Cancer Center

The Breast Care Center at St. Joseph Hospital is one of only a few imaging centers in the state of New Hampshire to offer supplemental ultrasound screening for women with dense breast tissue.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center: Leaders in Surgical Innovation

The Norris Cotton Cancer Center has been developing a device that improves surgical accuracy, reducing the need for second surgeries and better preserving breast shape after lumpectomy.

Elliot Breast Health Center Sets the Standard

The technology that Elliot Health System is now using is a game changer for the community

Making your breast health a priority

Catholic Medical Center has a skilled and compassionate team offering women the best in breast health.

16 New Granite State Breweries

Get ready to experience the thrill of discovery. From the top of the state to the coast, here are 16 new breweries you need to visit.

North Woodstock's Ghostly B-18 Bomber Remains

Hiking to a 1942 WWII bomber crash site on Mt. Waternomee

Brewing Beer is a Labor of Love

The co-founder of Lithermans Limited made his passion a full-time job.

Welcome to Keene's Cuisine Scene

The city with the widest Main Street is filling up with great flavors

Find Amazing Fun at A Local Corn Maze

Find your way in New Hampshire's elaborate corn creations.

Drink and Learn at the American Independence Museum

The "Beer for History" series events will include games, music, food, history and, of course, beer.
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Our Favorite Upcoming Events

  • Pop-Up Red Carpet Holiday Show

    12.11.18

    This exhibition features a collection of fine studio furniture made by members of the NH Furniture Masters. This is a special opportunity to...

  • "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...

  • Unwrapping the Past: Book Reading

    01.11.19

    Author Mary Kocinski will read from her new book "Unwrapping the Past, Letters from the Dorothea Dix Hall Association" at the Book...

  • WildQuest Winter Vacation Camp

    02.25.19

    Come join us for a week in the snow! The forest becomes a wintry wonderland in February, and there is so much to do, see and learn. Many animals...

  • 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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