Why to marry at a museum, fall versus spring, and the trouble with desserts
Wedding tips and stories from the pros
You probably want too much dessert.
That’s one of the takeaways from the wedding planners who offer their experiences arranging couples’ special days. Wedding planner Anja Matukic reminds us Continue reading “The Hippo’s 2023 Wedding Guide”
For this year’s annual wedding guide, we’re giving you 26 cool ideas to make your big day the best day! Doughnut walls, bold bouquets, Insta-worthy photo ops — there’s something for every couple’s tastes this wedding season.
The wedding dress
One of the newest trends that Helen Dionne Continue reading “The Hippo’s 2022 Wedding Guide”
It’s time for a road trip to enjoy one of New Hampshire’s treats- 34 ice cream locations! Join the Hippo on the Great New Hampshire Ice Cream Tour! Share your adventures with photos of your favorite Ice cream place! Hashtag us at #NHicecreamtour !
Delicious ways to ring in 2021
Let’s face it — 2020 wasn’t the year any of us hoped for. So if you’re looking forward to ringing in 2021, check out this list of local restaurants offering special dine-in or takeout menus to help you celebrate.
• Amphora (55 Crystal Ave., Continue reading “New Year’s eatings”
Where to order your holiday meals and desserts
From specialty entrees to fresh baked sweet treats, check out this list of local restaurants, bakeries and caterers to place your order with this holiday season.
• All Real Meal (87 Elm St., Manchester, 782-3014, allrealmeal.com) is taking orders now for full Continue reading “Have a festive feast”
Where to dine out this Christmas Eve or Christmas Day
If you want to take a break from cooking at home, check out this list of where to enjoy a holiday feast this Christmas Eve, Thursday, Dec. 24, or Christmas Day, Friday, Dec. 25. Some local eateries are also featuring Continue reading “Out on holiday”
Where to see and shop for art throughout the season
Find all kinds of unique handmade items by local artists and craftspeople at these holiday-inspired art shows and events, some offered in-person, some offered virtually and some with both options.
• The Warner Historical Society has a virtual holiday shop Continue reading “Handmade holidays”
Deliciously fun events for your holiday
From plated dinners to virtual tastings, there’s still tons of foodie fun to be had in New Hampshire this holiday season. Check out these tasty events going on this year.
• The New Hampshire Liquor Commission’s 90 Days Around the World virtual wine and Continue reading “Festive eats”
Where to see holiday theater, music and dance
There are all kinds of holiday shows coming up — both live in-person and virtually from home — including traditional favorites like A Christmas Carol and The Nutcracker and festive music performed in a variety of styles.
• The Palace Theatre (80 Continue reading “Shows for the season”
Virtual races and a couple of in-person events
It wouldn’t be the holiday season without a chance to trot off your turkey or shuffle down the street dressed as Santa. Check out a few runs that are still happening — most virtually, or with a virtual option.
• Registration has Continue reading “Get out and run”