Whether it’s a greasy spoon, a classic diner or a restaurant that serves dishes you rarely see on menus, it’s possible to find it in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Magazine - August 2015
Mint julep cups are passed from generation to generation.
New Hampshire architects are on the cutting edge of new trends in building homes and commercial properties .
It’s August, which means it’s time for the 58th annual NH Antiques Week. To mark this year’s celebration of antiquing, we’ve constructed a guide for newbies with advice from experts who’ve played the game of treasure hunting for years.
It sounds daunting but you can train for and complete a Half Ironman race, which consists of a 1.2-mile swim, a 56-mile bike ride and a 13.1-mile run.
Artisan Barbara Boxer of Eaton Center crafts animal sculptures that can be played like whistles with the three- or four-finger holes on their bodies.
More and more seniors are saying it's never too late and are signing up for various procedures. Here's what you need to know if you're considering plastic surgery later in life
Skip Gorman has 20 recordings to his credit, his own label and the music camp, "Camp Backup," that he founded in Hancock.
When New Hampshire gets close to Election Day, political parties and candidates get closer to Nashua. The state’s second largest city is also among its most politically volatile. As goes Nashua, generally so goes the state.
Reiki and other complementary approaches to wellness, such as art therapy, aromatherapy and meditation, are gaining acceptance among doctors and patients alike.