John Mayall is a legend. His iconic band, the Bluesbreakers, also happens to be the launching pad for some of the world’s most famous music makers.
New Hampshire Magazine - September 2014
Come September, the raptors — birds of prey like hawks, eagles and falcons — start to migrate. Thanks to NH Audubon, you can have the amazing experience of seeing them up close.
A desk with a documented provenance back to 1863 was likely once a highboy, a prized possession in 18th century homes.
NH author Jodi Picoult's newest novel tackles the controversies of mental illness, with the theories of elephant cognition and the powers of a psychic thrown into the mix.
The beef, pork and chicken served at Graze come from the owners' nearby 3J Farm. It doesn't get more local than that.
This could be the most expensive year in New Hampshire campaign history. So who pays for it?
Sharon Dugan's signature work is made with black ash found locally in wet areas.
Appealing a case is far more involved than you might think. It's not simply a trial do-over.
Neurological rehab helps patients regain function and a sense of normalcy.
Coming up with a design for a room from scratch can be overwhelming. Here are a few trends, tips and ideas to help you make a plan for your child’s room.