Quadros captures the beauty of the garden in oil paint.
Itching to get outside? Why not plant something? Here are local greenhouses and garden centers that are open and ready to help. Curbside pickup, delivery and some limited in-store shopping are available.
Forget Amazon. Keep your to-read pile stocked with recommendations from local bookstore owners and New Hampshire Magazine editors, and find out where you can still buy books locally. Many independent bookshops are offering shipping, delivery and curbside pickup. Find a store near you.
Our state produced and inspired many great authors and poets. Maybe there’s something in the water?
Though Granite Staters have a reputation as being a flannel-loving people, there are plenty of local boutiques offering the latest in fashion. Stylist Chloe Barcelou recommends her favorites. And though you can't visit in person right now, many are offering online shopping for a bit of local retail therapy while at home.
Wallis turns eggs into works of art using a hot wax pen and an array of geometric designs.
Szakacs creates complex patterns out of clay.
Portsmouth’s historic Music Hall is a familiar place to many, but we bet even its regular patrons don’t know all 10 of these facts about the storied venue.
With the simplest of tools — a pencil — Verdi turns empty paper into works of art.
This historic, beautiful theater will soon be a multiuse performing arts center with 750 seats.