Looking for your next great read? In this week’s cover story, Katelyn Sahagian and Matt Ingersoll talk with some New Hampshire-based science fiction, fantasy and horror authors about their most recent novels, novellas and short stories. Learn about their inspirations and writing styles, and find out where you can grab copies of their works for yourself.
Also on the cover It’s the Hippo’s annual Wedding Guide, and Angie Sykeny brings you all kinds of tips, advice and suggestions for your big day from local wedding experts (page 16). It’s also almost time for the 2023 Hippo Best Of readers’ poll! Vote for your favorite people, places and things in New Hampshire starting Feb. 1 (see details on page 5).
Hate crime forums The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office presents a series of public Hate Crimes Forum conversations, with the ...Read More
The NFL followed up the close games and the astonishing comeback of Jacksonville from down 27-0 to beat the San ...Read More
Donation for mental health Merrimack County Savings Bank, better known as The Merrimack, donated $10,000 to support two New Hampshire ...Read More
Big Events January 26, 2022 and beyond Thursday, Jan. 26 Catch Jim Dozet, the scheduled musical performer at this week’s ...Read More
Get fantasy and science fiction thrills and horror chills from Granite State authors With everything from zombie apocalypses to high ...Read More
Concord Garden Club holds 20th annual Art in Bloom Every year the Concord Garden Club celebrates the winter with its ...Read More
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Stories of ballooning: Hear the stories of balloonists who explored ...Read More
Why to marry at a museum, fall versus spring, and the trouble with desserts Wedding tips and stories from the ...Read More
The annual Winter Festival in Concord is back Intown Concord is bringing some post-holiday fun to the city with the ...Read More
Get your tickets now The spring flower shows are always a contrast to the cold, icy days of winter. Bright ...Read More
Family fun for the weekend Museum fun • On Thursday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. the Aviation Museum of New ...Read More
Dear Donna, Picked this up a few months ago. I thought it was interesting. It looks all handmade and has ...Read More
Justice of the Peace Shelly A. Mead is a justice of the peace who officiates weddings throughout southern New Hampshire ...Read More
News from the local food scene • Celebrate Mardi Gras: Get your tickets now to the Franco-American Centre’s annual Mardi ...Read More
Batulo’s Kitchen coming to Concord’s Bank of New Hampshire Stage At the Concord Multicultural Festival, Batulo Mahamed has gained a ...Read More
Ogie Brewing now open in Milford Nearly four full years after Bill Ogert signed a lease to open his own ...Read More
Gerald Oriol is the owner and executive chef of Caribbean Breeze (233 Main St., Nashua, 883-4340, find them on Facebook ...Read More
I love aligning my cooking with the weather. When it’s January and the days are cold, I enjoy a hot ...Read More
keep calm stay home, A Theme For… (Give/Take Records) I know how much a good percentage of my readership loves ...Read More
The Matter of Everything, by Suzie Sheehy (Knopf, 320 pages) If you’ve been on this planet for more than two ...Read More
A teen uses location services, street cams and Colombian Taskrabbit to search for her mother in Missing, a lightweight thriller ...Read More
Encanto at the Hollywood Bowl (TV-G) Stephanie Beatriz, Lin-Manuel Miranda. I know, I know, do you really need to hear ...Read More
Local music news & events • Song truths: With his debut album, Leap of Faith, singer-songwriter Dakota Smart evinced stunning ...Read More
Blues Fest debuts at Rex The first New England Blues Festival was a modest one-off featuring regional bands, including Mr ...Read More
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