New Hampshire Magazine - January 2010

The New Hampshire Theatre Awards

February 5, Manchester. The 2010 New Hampshire Theatre Awards marks the 8th celebration of theatre in New Hampshire. The evening is dedicated to acknowledging the state’s talented actors, writers, directors, amazing productions and all those associated with the thriving community…

The Latest

New dates have been set for weekend-long workshops in envisioning and creating a script taught by Ernest Thompson at his home Whitebridge Farm in New Hampton, NH. Arrive Friday evening for a reception then get to work. Saturday and Sunday…

Winter Farmers Market

Shake the winter blues with fresh and local food at the Seacoast Eat Local's Winter Farmers Markets. Donations for local food pantries will be accepted at the farmers’ markets. Consider buying an extra item to donate to the food pantries.…

Is There Life After Dark in New Hampshire?

A sleepy little state? Hardly Take a quick tour of Manchester, Nashua, Keene, Portsmouth and Plymouth to get a sampling of the after-dark adventure that awaits night owls around the state. You can start with a nice meal or appetizers…

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…

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…

A Forest of Crystal

A storm only photographers could like ...“It was 1:15 Friday morning when all the trees were exploding out back. It sounded like cannon fire or gunshots.”It was December 12, just over a year ago, when a massive ice storm swirled…

Strategic Stops

Advice for Palin on the path to the presidencyA few months back former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin released a book that was either an attempt to run for president, an attempt to make money or both.But if she…

Growing Season

The Seedling Café sprouts a leaf It may not be the most hospitable season or favorable economic climate for growing a new restaurant, but two young hopefuls have dug in and transplanted their sprouting café to nurture a new leaf…

Imaginative New Year

The 21st century may have gotten off to a bad start, but there’s always reason for optimism, especially if you’ve got a good imagination. For example, in John Irving’s “The World According to Garp,” the title character is house shopping…

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