New Hampshire Magazine - November 2011

Kitchen Aid: Friendly Kitchen Fundraiser

Last April Concord's only soup kitchen, the Friendly Kitchen, lost its building in a fire. Help them find a new location by supporting Kitchen Aid, a concert featuring folk artists Susie Burke and David Surette, storyteller Odds Bodkin, the Greater…

Bookstore Anniversary Celebration With Dan Brown

Water Street Bookstore in Exeter is celebrating 20 years with New Hampshire author Dan Brown. His bestselling books "The Da Vinci Code" and "Angels and Demons" were each made into movies starring Tom Hanks. Brown will be on hand to…

Chill Out Your Flab

Give your love handles the cold shoulder.In our never-ending quest to be slim, human beings try just about everything, from the sensible (a balanced, low-fat diet and regular exercise) to the merely hopeful (hello, all-cheeseburgers-all-the-time diet). When stubborn bulges continue…

Frozen Finds

Can prepared frozen foods be good for you, taste good and be good for the local food economy, too? Chef Michael Webb, a New Hampshire chef turned entrepreneur, has recently turned those skills into growing a frozen food company that…

Fresh Start?

What you need to know before you file for bankruptcy.If you're on the brink of drawing down your retirement savings to pay your credit card bills, New Hampshire attorneys have a nearly unanimous word of advice for you:"Don't," says Sandra…

Letters to the Editor

Need a good reason to spot the newt?This month's lucky (and fearless) newt spotter will receive a Totally Awesome Gourmet Popcorn basket valued at $75 from Michele's Sweet Shoppe of Epsom (www.nhpopcorn.com). Michele's trademarked motto is "The proof is in…

Political Science?

The Granite State isn't eager to serve as a national lab rat.States, in theory, are supposed to be the "laboratories of democracy." The challenge of how to solve some of the nation's biggest problems is supposed to be undertaken by…

Welcome, Presidential Hopefuls

A fun-filled day awaits you in beautiful Frost Heaves, N.H.Lately, we've had a bumper crop of politicians traipsing through New Hampshire, people you never heard of hoping to use their successful stint as the Louisiana Commissioner of Mattress Safety as…

The Flag Police

In 1942 Congress passed the Flag Code, which outlines what can and can't be done to the American flag. There were no penalties prescribed, though, so enforcement has been sketchy. Too sketchy for Steve Fowle, editor of The New Hampshire…

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