Heather winter hiking in the White Mountains

Doing Good NH: Heather Quinn of Forestview Manor

This week I spoke with Heather Quinn the Director of Nursing for Forestview Manor Assisted Living and a supporter and volunteer with the Alzheimer’s Association! Heather was born and raised in Wisconsin but made the big move to New Hampshire in high school. Heather went to nursing school in New Hampshire, fell in love and […]


In Between the Leaves

I spent the last few days at a retreat up in the White Mountains. Not to sound too sentimental and/or corny but the mountains top my list of reasons to stay, work, and play in New Hampshire; driving through the Kancamagus in early September was stunning and it’s not even fall yet! I’m telling you […]


The Track Experience

Earlier this year, I looked back at the history of New Hampshire’s largest sporting venue, New Hampshire Motor Speedway. What I wanted to do, before I slipped into story-telling mode, was to make a sales pitch. And with the track’s final September race weekend a week away, and weather looking favorable for the moment, now […]


Another Great Event from Great American Downtown

Here at Great American Downtown (GAD) we believe in Stay, Work, Play right here in Nashua. Our tag line is Eat, Shop, Live Local! The GAD organization is strongly focused on the arts, community and promoting downtown commerce. We have now partnered with the City of Nashua and The River Casino Sports Bar to bring […]

Megan McLaughlin | Freedom Energy Logistics

9-5: Working Where You Thrive, Loving Where You Live

There are few people out there who have the luxury of bragging about where they work AND where they live. Megan McLaughlin is one of those lucky individuals. Megan, 27, is the Operations Coordinator at Freedom Energy Logistics, which is an energy management and brokerage firm that assists commercial customers with navigating the New England […]


Hanging On To Summer

Sometimes we hang onto things for too long. Like those Italian wafer cookies we received as a house warming gift two years ago that we feel bad tossing. Or our beloved VHS copy of The Sandlot we’re afraid to ditch even though we sold our VCR more than a decade ago. But other things are […]

Annual trip to Ray's Seafood restaurant: check!

Lobster isn’t Just Food, it’s Tradition (Plus a Recipe!)

For months, my social media feeds have been flooded with dreamy images of ice cream, summer produce, and locally-caught seafood. New Hampshire summers are very food-centric, and for many native Granite Staters, these foods are tradition. For me, this is especially true of lobster. As a kid, the Isles of Shoals was my home away […]


Something is Brewing in Durham

In 2013, I moved away from my hometown of Lunenburg, MA, to Durham, NH, to pursue a degree in Hospitality Management from the University of New Hampshire (UNH). College was exciting and challenging. Even though I had worked in the hospitality industry since the age of 14, I was taking in so much new information. […]

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