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Blacksmithing at Sanborn Mill Farm in Loudon. Concord Monitor – Cameron Johnson

Doing Good NH: Sam Durfee of PermaCityLife

This week I had the privilege of speaking with Sam Durfee – Regional Planner for the Central NH Regional Planning Commission, President of the PermaCityLife (PCL) Board of Directors and recent Helping Hand Award recipient from the Concord Fire Department for providing CPR to a citizen at a local movie theater!   Sam grew up […]

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9 to 5: Combining Sweet Treats and History At The Mill Fudge Factory

What do you get when you mix a 1767 grist mill with delicious desserts? A recipe for success! The Mill Fudge Factory, a family-run establishment in Bristol, has been delighting customers with their from-scratch fudge and ice cream since 2006. With fudge flavors ranging from classic Penuche to Scottish Whisky (made with Johnny Walker Red […]

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9 to 5: Lincross: Serving Up Jersey Style Subs (And More) In NH

When it comes down to it, managing LinCross Roast Beef and More is truly a family affair. A down-to-Earth sub shop located in Bristol, New Hampshire, LinCross proudly features fresh roast beef (their claim to fame), corned beef, and pulled pork, all of which are prepared and perfected in-house. Headed by manager Chris Labraney, LinCross […]

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9 to 5: Pine and Bars: Re-Inventing Digital Marketing In New Hampshire

Pine & Bars Co., a digital marketing and design company, was born in Concord just like its founder and creative director, Michael Browning. Brought up in Bow by his Vermonter mom and entrepreneur dad, Michael attended Bow High School and then traveled south for college. He began his college journey in Mississippi but finished up […]

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9 to 5: Vintage Is Always In Style At The Quince and Quail

For New York state native Maxwell Corbett and Anthony Adamsky (born and raised in the Granite State), the art of antiquing is truly all in the family. The Quince and Quail, a quaint storefront located on Plymouth’s well-traversed Main Street, is a dream realized for two members of Plymouth State University’s Class of 2013. Anthony’s […]