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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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Meet Emily: Stay Work Play’s Newest Marketing and Public Relations Intern

A Little About Me Life-long resident of Concord, NH 2010 graduate of Concord High School December 2016 graduate of the University of New Hampshire, majoring in Communication Arts Summer of 2017 Marketing and Public Relations Intern at Stay Work Play What I Do for Fun Attend country concerts Pin endless amounts of quotes on Pinterest […]

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Doing Good NH: Project Hope

I had the opportunity to recently speak with Meaghan Guanci, an English teacher at Timberlane Regional High School (TRHS) and faculty advisor of the Class of 2019, the school newspaper and philanthropy groups Students of Service and Project Hope!   Meaghan was raised in Massachusetts and earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont, her master’s in […]

Young engineer businesswoman in network server room. Russia.

Third Annual “Women in Technology” Event: Cultivating Cultures in Tech Where Women Succeed

Join us on April 10, 2017 for an evening of networking, career development and community! Our third annual WITNH event will be held at The One Hundred Club in Portsmouth and is sponsored by Market Street Talent, BDS Insight and Diversity Workforce Coalition. We’ve had a great time hosting WITNH events in years past, and […]



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 […]