Combining rustic and and modern design.
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Whimsical. Charming. Folksy. Eclectic. None of these
words sum up Jim Lambert’s work, but all are accurate.
This New Hampshire artist doesn’t fit neatly into
a category — perhaps that’s exactly why he’s so beloved.
There’s nothing gothic about the net-zero home of environmental reporter Sam Evans-Brown and his wife, but rooftop solar panels and electric meters that run backward might be new American
traditions for which we can all take a stand.
Fear led our primitive ancestors to hide in caves and build fires to keep their nightmares at bay. Today, we leave our caves and home fires and even pay good money just to get a taste of that primal sense of terror. Here, just in time for Halloween, is a guided tour of two of the state’s finest horror dispensaries.
From music to mechanical engineering, meet women in remarkable partnerships that really get the job done.
Doug Towle spent 2.4 million of his own money to restore this historic Gilmanton compound that is home to the 1600s Pilgrim House.
Head up north and you might expect wilderness and solitude in lieu of culture and community. However, when you emerge north of the Notch, you may be surprised to find a thriving, exciting and vibrant art scene that calls Littleton and the surrounding area its home.
Our iconic summer destinations — the Lakes Region and Lake Winnipesaukee in particular — don’t just sit dormant during the winter, waiting silently for ice out to come alive once again. For those in the know, there’s much fun to be had on these frozen expanses.
Tradition meets modern science in the White Mountains at Schilling Beer Co. in Littleton.