New Hampshire Magazine - May 2010

Palace Theatre Kitchen Tour

The annual Palace Theatre Kitchen Tour, a benefit event for the theatre’s youth performing arts programs, has historically gained access to some of the most impressive homes in the Manchester and Bedford area, but this year promises to be even…

Pawsitively Pets Expo

The Nashua Telegraph is teaming up with the Humane Society for Greater Nashua to hold the second annual Pawsitively Pets Expo. This is expo will celebrate all things with four legs, wings and whiskers. Bring your favorite four-legged friend! Dogs…

The Afterglow of Après-Ski

When the lifts shut down, the lodges heat up. On cold nights in N.H., the mountains really rock. Here’s our guide to where to go and what to wear, plus a recipe for a DIY après-ski hot toddy.Prologue:The light fades…

Taste of Downtown Nashua

This event isn't until June 2, but it's in your best interests to get tickets early! Plus, preorder tickets are $30 as opposed to the day of price of $35.The 16th annual Taste of Downtown Nashua promises to be the…

Old Man or Big Wind?

Could a tour of the state’s singularities cause some unintended consequences? As a kid growing up in the machine-polished state of Massachusetts, I considered New Hampshire something of a madman’s paradise. America’s answer to Australia — a land of assorted…

Between Times

A whodunit set on New Hampshire’s seacoast.It might look like the Wentworth by the Sea Hotel, but the setting for this work of fiction is called the Smythe Hotel. There unwinds a tale of mystery and murder that spans two…

Golf Greats

Superb courses, fabulous players and shining moments are all part of the golf experience in New Hampshire. Golf’s greatest luminaries have also played our courses and left their imprint (but replaced their divots).New Hampshire is a long way, in both…

Conspiring to Inquire

The Truthers are out there ...In March 2010 people attended the annual meeting in the tiny Cheshire County town of Richmond. The town hall is idyllic: wood-paneled floors, wooden benches and a small stage. This year voters cut $63,000 from…

Gardens of English Inspiration

Once upon a time there was a little English boy who dreamed of gardens. When his family came to America, they found their way to a tucked-back spot in Franklin, N.H., just a stone’s throw from the birthplace of Daniel…

All in the Family

The Common Man Restaurants gain a few new siblings.Some people keep adopting kids. Alex Ray keeps revitalizing old buildings that become part of his Common Man Family of Restaurants. It will soon be his 40th anniversary in the restaurant business.What…

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