A Castle Rises: Brent Christensen now lives in a tropical paradise, but the Hawaii...
Monster Mutt Dalmation: Taryn Laskey sure took an unusual path to becoming a monster truck...
Clowning Around: Pontine Theatre for a seventh year will bring December to a close by...
Nano Nano: The Amazing Nano Brothers — Dan is a bit of a know-it-all and...
New Year's Eve Fun: Before the clock strikes 12 beneath this Queen City roof, two...
Breaking In: Raunchy Randos know how to make a band name stick.
Pinard in Portsmouth : Andrew Pinard is a bit of actor, puppeteer, con man and storyteller...
Jurassic Replay: Hear that rumble? Feel the ground quaking? Yes, it's true, something...
Music Movie: Backstreet's back ... all right.
On Display: "The Center and Edge” an exhibition both of traditional and...
Pontine Theatre for a seventh year will bring December to a close by clowning around.
The Amazing Nano Brothers — Dan is a bit of a know-it-all and Joel is a bit naive — are tasked with delivering a juggling show about atoms, molecules, nanoscale forces and scanning probe microscopy.
Warm temperatures and rain are delaying the construction and opening of the ice castle that is being built on the grounds of the Hobo & Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroads.
Coming off an inaugural season that boasted 50,000 visitors, an ice castle is returning to town, albeit bigger, better, and at a new location that offers more parking and easier access.
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When the governors of the six New England states announced a plan in January to get a new natural gas pipeline built at ratepayer expense, it looked like the deadlock between pipeline builders and the owners of power plants might finally be broken.
Brent Christensen now lives in a tropical paradise, but the Hawaii resident has constructed a career that relies on some seriously chilly forecasts — which can be a tricky prospect.
A crew sends a pair of snow coaches and eight passengers per trip up a steep — 12 percent — grade, near tree line to 4,500 feet above sea level several times per day.
WE'VE LIVED ON and utilized Great Bay for our outdoor recreation and source of great food for about half a century and have never thought that some of these things we cherished could come to a screeching halt. But we are not happy to pass the word: that was then and this is now and things have changed for the worse.
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Going to a party? Don't bring store-bought munchies when you can make these in no time.
Looking back on 2014, one thing is for sure: It was a delicious year.SECTIONS:
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Local first responders will be keeping an eye out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve and anyone with a scanner will be able to tune in and follow his journey through Strafford County as he delivers gifts to everyone on his “nice” list.UPCOMING EVENTS:
'Interview' buzz spreads to NH
Win tickets to see Linkin Park