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Boy Blue (Chris) Romanski (Romano)

He goes by “Romanski,” but his friends back at Nashua High School will remember him as Chris Romano (or “Big Cheese”). Attending Emerson College in Boston, Romano met Eric Falconer and a writing partnership began that led through the comedy…

A Nice Place to Visit

When Mary met Adam, they quickly found they shared a passion for the past. In fact, Adam courted Mary the way men courted in the 18th century, and two years ago they married in an 18th-century ceremony. The Spencers --…

Redefining Rich

While the economists debate when the recession officially began or whether we are on the cusp of a so-called jobless recovery, much of their financial babble is meaningless to those who have lost their jobs.For better or worse, many of…

A Medal of Every Color for Bode Miller

Update: Bode Miller adds both a silver and his first gold medal to his impressive awards collection. On Sunday Miller won the Super-Combined, giving him a record-tying three medals in these Olympics. The silver came from Friday's Super-G event. Miller…

Getting Pumped

How Can Granite State Republicans Breathe New Life into the Grand Old Party?The political winds blow hard in a presidential election year, but for New Hampshire Republicans 2008 was a like a political twister, taking the roof off the historically…

Playing Pretend

Every kid loves to dress up, and David Oelerich was no exception (Buddy Holly was his favorite pretend). He probably never could have imagined he would one day own a costume shop filled with every imaginable character — a kid's…

Hot Foot – Jonathan Doyle

Performance artist Jonathan Doyle, 29, who splits his time between Keene and Manhattan, was booted from the halfway point of Mt. Monadnock last fall after he was caught stalking Bigfoot on the trail. Doyle and his costumed friends — he…

Hoops Hero Dave Cummings

“I just hope my fingertips don’t open up again,” Dave Cummings said before stepping to the free throw line inside the gymnasium at Epsom Central School. Too late. About an hour later and 650 free throws into his daily thousand…

Building on Hope

Whether you set out to change the whole world, rebuild a community or just improve one person’s life, the first thing you need is hope.A house is not a home, and in the world of social services, a group home…

Wrap Up the Year With Gifts From the Heart

The Granite State is famously (even proudly) parsimonious. Granted, frugality can be a virtue, but when it comes to charitable giving, New Hampshire's annual donations rank at the bottom of the national charts. With hard economic times in the news,…