Get fantasy and science fiction thrills and horror chills from Granite State authors
With everything from zombie apocalypses to high fantasy and futuristic concepts, the imaginations of the Granite State’s genre fiction writers are seemingly limitless. Katelyn Sahagian and Matt Ingersoll caught up with several New Hampshire-based fantasy, science fiction Continue reading “It came from New Hampshire”
New York style versus Montreal, everything versus asiago, and all the other variations that go into the perfect bagel
Remzi Kahya was only about 10 years old when, in 1996, his father, Ismail, opened Bagel Cafe on Hanover Street in Manchester.
Ismail had moved to the United States from Turkey Continue reading “Everything bagels”
Looking to try something new?
Here are 39 ideas for arts, crafts, outdoor activities and more to help you break out of your routine and find a new source of fun or rediscover a forgotten passion.
• Get hooked on fishing. On Saturday, Jan. 21, you can give fishing a Continue reading “39 ideas for fun new hobbies”
Races and running groups to get you moving
Looking to get out (or maybe get back out) and go for a run? We talked to running aficionados who are part of running groups and race series that will help you lace up and head out, even during these colder months. Continue reading “Start the year with a run”
Local confectioners discuss candy cane creation
Christmas may be days away, but at Nelson’s Candy in Wilton, it’s not uncommon for the unmistakable scent of peppermint to fill the air as early as October — a sign that candy cane season has begun.
“The minute they know we have them Continue reading “Sugar & Stripes”
Keeping the lights and heat on this winter — and what it will do to your wallet
The skyrocketing costs of energy in 2022 have left many New Hampshire families struggling to afford their heating and electric bills, and some even in fear of their homes going cold and dark Continue reading “Power to the People”
This year, give kids the gift of activities, adventures and experiences.
For the holidays, give a gift to kids that allows them to explore art, nature and science through museum passes, activity gift cards, movie tickets and more.
Michael Accomando, the owner of Mel’s Funway Park, said that Continue reading “Gift of adventures”
Give the experience of a live performance this year
By Katelyn Sahagian
Theaters, orchestras and cinemas are offering gift cards and season memberships for live performances.
“I think when you come to a show the overall experience is elevated,” said Shannon Sullivan, the development director at the Palace and Continue reading “An artistic present”
How upcycled pieces and secondhand finds give clothes and jewelry their next fashion moment
Out with the old, in with the “new”
Upcycling used clothing into fresh fashion
By Matt Ingersoll
Margaret Kasper of Milford was upcycling clothes before that was even a common term.
“My grandmother was a Continue reading “Old Threads, New Looks”
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See holiday classics at a theater near you
Movie theaters will be filled with would-be blockbusters, Oscar hopefuls and underwater Avatar in the coming weeks but some screen time is also being slated for favorite holiday films so you can watch Flick get his tongue stuck Continue reading “Bringing the Holiday Fun: Film favorites”