Fearless women like Marilla Ricker fought the status quo and launched women to the heights of the political and legal worlds in New Hampshire.
11 visual artists you need to keep an eye on
The Granite State is known as a place where women’s contributions are valued and recognized. But the next generation of women seems poised to crank things up a notch and boldly go where no one has gone before.
From music to mechanical engineering, meet women in remarkable partnerships that really get the job done.
This year's Remarkable Women know the rules of the game but aren't afraid to shake things up.
While leaving the kitchen behind was once a key concept of female liberation, today's women of cuisine transform food, from farm to table, into a positive force of creative expression, community strength, economic empowerment and pure delicious joy.
Fine craft is where form and function meet. Artisans take humble materials like wood, metal and clay, and through their mastery of the media, transform raw materials into the stuff of dreams and desire. This year's remarkable women have accomplished this artistic alchemy. And they also possess vision and drive that has advanced their craft disciplines to new levels of technique and imagination.
As our world grows smaller and more interdependent, global events reverberate even here in the secluded shire of the Granite State. Never before has the cry for global understanding, outreach and activism been more passionate. Never before has a woman’s role in world affairs been more critical. Meet some New Hampshire Women of the World who are already heeding the call.
Women were the original caregivers, and throughout history their roles have been central to the healing arts and sciences. So, as the health care debate plays out on a national stage, here’s a close-up look at five remarkable women who make health happen.