Restaurant & Tavern: Magic Foods Restaurant Group is opening a second location of its...
Slopeside: Many Granite State ski area host large events to benefit other...
Dover: The Children's Museum of New Hampshire, 6 Washington St., will host a...
The Music Hall: Girls Guns and Glory, whose latest release is a live album from its...
Operatic-pop: As recognizable as classic Queen hits — the operatic-pop anthem...
Leo Balzano: Even as scores of multi-media abstract works began amassing in his...
Keeping up appearances: DERRY — Gambling on some levity and audience input during a...
''My Little Friends': In an exhibit titled 'My Little Friends,' Twombly uses precise...
East Colony Fine Art: Flocking together for a bird-themed exhibit, stained glass artist...
Dorrs Pond: MANCHESTER -- Bundle up and bring your skates for a night of ice...
The New Hampshire native uses energetic brushstrokes that he wipes away and builds upon. After creating the initial skeletal structure, which at times appears chaotic, he continues developing layers of color.
Balladeer and former Portsmouth Poet Laureate John Perrault follows the evolution of the traditional ballad
This brutal winter got you down? Looking to escape? Well, many blizzard-battered New Englanders already have booked rental lodging hot spots around New Hampshire this summer, especially if their patch of sunshine is on the waterfront.
Snow has postponed an eagerly awaited public informational meeting in Plaistow on a commuter rail extension study.
A new report from the state’s Natural Heritage Bureau, which recommends protection of the forest areas of Mount Sunapee’s “West Bowl,” lands has been warmly received by the group of businesses and skiers who favor the resort’s plan to expand skiing into those lands.
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Dr. Steven Kaitz, a family-practice physician with 31 years' experience in Pembroke, is a self-acknowledged dinosaur - a type of doctor approaching extinction in New Hampshire.
AAHH, this is the time of year when it's really fun and often a challenge to go ice fishing.
It's officially March. Perhaps Nature's snow-gun show will cut us a break? Unless the old "In like a lion" cliché holds true?
"Out like a lamb" may not be much better. I've attended a malpresentation birth of one lamb arriving in March in a snowstorm with legs bent akimbo. Either way, March can be as fitful and unpredictable as winter itself.
This is New Hampshire Audubon's Rare Bird Alert for Monday, Feb. 23, 2015.
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Remember the old saying, 'An apple a day keeps the doctor away?' It wasn't about apples. It was about drinks made from apples, to be sure, which the French have been making from time immemorial.SECTIONS:
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Winning the New Hampshire Union Leader Spelling Bee is now a matter of course for Nashua's Arushi Kalpande, who confidently outspelled hundreds of other kids to repeat as state champion during Saturday's state-level spelling bee.UPCOMING EVENTS: