New Hampshire Magazine - March 2010

The Power of O

Can you find the secret to happiness on daytime TV?If you tune in to “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” you know the eponymous host gives lots of advice. Exercise. Diet. De-clutter your home. Read books. Buy leopard flats. On and on.…

Tea Time?

A movement may be brewing in our state. If the 1994 elections were about the angry white man, the 1996 elections were about soccer moms, the 2000 elections about office park dads, the 2004 elections about security moms and the…

Take It From The Top

Cooking in a grand style at a grand hotel.The drive to The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel is a long one, but I often make it a few miles longer by going through Berlin. Heading north on Rte. 16, homes and…

An Ode to Mud

Dirt is not a glamorous substance. And when the snow melts and that dirt turns to mud, its lack of charm becomes so legendary that, here in New Hampshire, it has an entire season named after it. But like all…

Hit the Road

Oh, the places you’ll go.That quote from the unparalleled Dr. Seuss can be applied to those who hit the open road in comfort, convenience and versatility in an RV. Recreational vehicles combine leisure, travel and camping. From huge motorhomes that…

Good Chemistry at Sweet Grass Farm

Featured Shop – Sweet Grass FarmOne of the fastest-growing businesses in natural skin care and home care products lives in New Hampshire, but it is somewhat of a secret. Sweet Grass Farm produces an extensive array of natural, useful and…

The Magic of Murals

Murals date far back into history and have appeared in multiple cultures and countries — take this ancient art form that has evolved over the years and turn your walls into something remarkable.Murals are a story book.Dating back 11,000 years,…

Child Caring

The ABCs of pediatric screening.Most parents fret over their child’s well-being — it’s natural. We want our kids to have a carefree childhood filled with health and happiness and simple pleasures, like making mud pies on a summer’s day. Then,…

Rules Now Rule

Gone are the days of “whatever” regulation.You bought your little piece of New Hampshire, so you can do whatever you want with your property, right?Once upon a time — and really not so long ago — that was true. You…

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