September 2015

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Caring for the Dying

Understanding what hospice care really means and how it can bring comfort to both the dying and their loved ones.

Hammered Artwork

Because it was handmade, copper repoussé was popular during the Arts and Crafts movement.

In Their Own Words: Chloe Barcelou

Everyone has a story to tell. Meet the multi-talented film stylist Chloe Barcelou and let her tell you hers.

Clay Artist Wendy Jackson of Newton

Smoke and extreme heat help create the unique look of Wendy Jackson's wood-fired pottery.

Understanding Freedom of Speech

In two New Hampshire towns, parking tickets spark legal fights over what our right to the freedom of speech does - or does not - protect.

The Last of Summer in a Bottle

Sweet Baby Vineyard's White Peach Wine captures the final days of summer.

Chris Proulx of Double Midnight Comics

From "Lord of the Rings" to "Star Wars" and "Gilligan's Island," Manchester's Chris Proulx of Double Midnight Comics helps you get up close and personal with pop culture icons.

Chain Restaurants Are Stepping It Up

As the competition increases and diners have more choices than ever, chain restaurants are forced to up their game. Find out which chains in New Hampshire we think are worth checking out.

Doughnuts Worth the Drive

There's nothing like made-from-scratch doughnuts. Here's where to find some great ones in New Hampshire.

Follow Artoo the Osprey's Incredible Journey

Each year, at about this time, an osprey nesting in New Hampshire begins an amazing journey deep into South America. Come spring, he makes his way back.

Modern Fireplace Design

Nothing can date a home quite like a fireplace, and as real estate markets bounce back, builders and homeowners are looking for updates. NH’s fireplace experts share the latest trends.

The Less You Know

Presidential candidates look much better from a distance.

The Shops of Londonderry and Derry

Exploring the "less traveled" specialty shops of Londonderry and Derry.

Jogging with Your Baby

Keeping fit while also taking care of a baby can be a challenge. Consider jogging with your child safely tucked away in a special jogging stroller. Here are tips for getting started.

NH Photographer Becky Field's “Different Roots, Common Dreams”

A photographer shows the state’s emerging cultural diversity.

Enjoying the Last of Summer in Mason, New Ipswich and Temple

We take advantage of beautiful September weather to explore historic villages close to home.

Personal Quest

Call it a walkabout, a pilgrimage or a spirit quest, but the idea is basically this: You’re so busy and burdened that to get back in step with your life you’ve got to walk away from it for awhile.

Your Letters from the September 2015 Issue

DIY Ideas for Decorating with Late Summer Flowers

Brighten up your home with these DIY decorating tips and ideas using late summer flowers.

Drug Abuse Is a Primary Issue in NH

NH voters have surprised candidates with their concern about drug abuse.

UFOs in New Hampshire

Fifty years ago this September, a UFO was spotted over Exeter. Or was it something else? This case (and many others that took place here in New Hampshire) remains unsolved. Discover the evidence, read the accounts and decide for yourself what did or didn’t happen.

Stories of Transformations on the Appalachian Trail

No one walks the 2,180 miles of the Appalachian Trail and emerges unchanged. Nearly three of every four who set out to do it fail, but even among those the attempt marks a transformative moment in life.

Basque-Style Paella

NH's Hillary Davis shares a recipe from her new cookbook, "Le French Oven."
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