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Not Your Average Women’s Expo 2017

“Cheers to strong women. May we know them, may we be them, may we raise them.” I recently attended the Women’s Expo sponsored by WKNE/The Monadnock Broadcasting Group at the Keene Country Club. I’m going to be honest when I admit I’m not usually one to frequent expos. I’m not crazy about crowds, I penny […]

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Curiouser and Curiouser…

Few can hear mention of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” without their head suddenly filling with vivid, whimsical imagery. Lewis Carroll penned a timeless collection of stories with a mystique that transcends ages and generations. Kimball Jenkins Estate, an elegant events center and nonprofit art school in the north end of Concord has decided to seize […]

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Doing Good NH: The Appalachian Mountain Club

This week I had the privilege of interviewing Lakes Region Young Professional Kara LaSalle. Kara grew up in Gilford and said that she fell in love with the White Mountains as a kid, and that feeling has never left her. She finds that she is happiest walking in the woods or hiking with her pups! […]

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Meat

Nobody moves here by accident. But those who seek to understand our unsettled-awesome are rarely disappointed by it. Come for our intensity, stay for our eccentricity. Forty four degrees north latitude provides wonderful delights. Now, let me tell you a little bit about meat. It is so often advised that a person not sh*t where […]

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A Realistic View into the Cyber Security Profession

The New Hampshire High Tech Council recently welcomed cyber security professional Candy Alexander as the guest speaker for their monthly TechWomen Power Breakfast. Awareness of the need for cyber security has increased year over year as news of security breaches has become more frequent, prompting an eager audience for this highly relevant topic. Candy Alexander […]

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Careers in the Granite State are Changing, Local Career Advice can Help

In the old days… When my grandparents began their careers in the Granite State they found a great employer and put down roots. After several years, they were offered a promotion from within without gaining extra experience, degrees, specialized training, certificates or licenses. Training for their new job was provided on-site while they acclimated to […]

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March is for Maple Madness

There’s really nothing better than waking up on a Sunday morning to a big stack of fluffy pancakes smothered in butter and pure maple syrup. It’s a classic breakfast that delights our senses and brings us back to a simpler time. In New Hampshire, March is the time for Maple madness! Keep reading to find […]

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Game Night

Back in college, a friend of mine would disappear for the better part of every Saturday, returning sometime around dinner from something he called the “Gaming Club.” Occasionally, we would actually have to seek him out, which meant a voyage to the upper level of the student union, where he and fifteen other friends were […]

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What Are You Watching?

With so much time indoors, I’ve taken to watching new shows, new movies, and really whatever I can get my hands on that keeps me laughing as the days lengthen and warm up enough to go play outside. Until then, what are you watching? Let’s talk cinema! X-Men fans got another great release this month […]