If you live in New Hampshire or Vermont, you’ve seen solar power on the horizon. In fact you’ve probably driven by stretches of road where the sun glints off rooftop solar panels or you’ve marveled at sheep cropping at vegetation among the arrays.
And, as part of your school board, your church, your town--you might love to get involved with solar power--but it all seems a bit complicated and overwhelming.
What are the start-up costs?
What are the maintenance fees?
What are the lon...
Active activities for June in Hampton Beach.
Ah, JUUL. It's not a precious stone or crystal, although it is pronounced like one. JUUL is the name of one company that makes many vaporizers. Its tagline is: The Smoking Alternative, unlike any E-Cigarette or Vape. And they position themselves as anti-cigarette smoking, and decidedly for adults. But the trends born across the country, challenge that. Juuling among kids is where it's at. And yes, anyone under the age of 18 is prohibited from purchasing nicotine or tobacco products under New Hampshire state law.
Back in the ’70s, sunshine was everywhere. John Denver released “Sunshine on My Shoulders” in 1973. Kids got Sunshine Family dolls under the Christmas tree from 1974-78. (The Mattel toys were sort of the anti-Barbies who kept the Age of Aquarius alive.) And in 1979, President Jimmy Carter installed the first solar panels on the White House (he had help.)
But, if you take a look at the history, you’ll find that now is when sunshine is really having its moment. Right now, sunshine--the root of ...
For 34 years, the younger set has found joy at the Children's Museum of New Hampshire. Now, grown-ups can get in on the fun--with no wee ones allowed.
CHEERS! Sample more than 100 brews from more than 35 breweries at the NH Brew Fest 2013.
Held on the grounds of Redhook Ale Brewery, this event is presented as a fundraiser for the Prescott Park Arts Festival in partnership with Master Brewers Association of America and WHEB's The Morning Buzz. Enjoy one of three sessions at Redhook Ale Brewery, 35 Corporate Drive, Portsmouth. Admission includes entry to the event, 5 oz. souvenir sampler cup, beer samples, and live music and entertainment.
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With its mountains white, its water blue, and its fierce motto of “Live Free or Die” — New Hampshire is the perfect place to set a film (and sometimes even the perfect place to film it.)
While we know of 23 movies filmed in New Hampshire, and 33 set (or mostly set) in the Granite State, the five below are most notable either because of their lakeside lineage (“On Golden Pond) or their use of New Hampshire in the title (thanks John Irving).
Here we go:
The Hotel New Hampshire – John Irving’s e...
Part of the communications team for CreativeMornings, a free monthly breakfast series for the creative community. Speakers for the Portsmouth, NH, series have included musician/composer Bob Lord and Seacoast creative and feminist Mary Johanna Brown. (Image courtesy of Shutterstock.)