7 Recreational Rail Trails In New Hampshire

The state of New Hampshire is home to dozens of recreational rail-trails that are used year-round by hikers, bikers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, OHRVs, equestrians, and sled dogs. #1. Presidential Range Rail Trail Towns: Whitefield to Gorham Counties: Coos Length: 18 miles The Presidential Range Rail Trail begins at Cherry Pond in Whitefield, passing through the Silvio O. […]

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NOVA ARTS: A Collaborative Arts Initiative

A New Hampshire musician I’ve followed for years, Ty Ueda, recently posted online an upcoming live stream event he is performing for something called Nova Arts. The name alone drew me in, as an eternal space-lover, so I started rummaging around their website and social media and realized this was a very special gem, and […]


Meet State Rep. Brodie Deshaies

Age: 22 Area represented: Carroll 6, Wolfeboro Occupation and employer: Independent Contractor, Self-employed. Number of years in NH: 22 Favorite place in NH: Without a doubt, my favorite place in New Hampshire is Wolfeboro, the Jewel of Lake Winnipesaukee. My second favorite place is North Conway because I love New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Describe NH […]

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6 Healthy Habits for you and our Planet

Happy 2021 everyone! This past year has been a rough one, and although there is much to be sad about, there is also much to celebrate. We have a new year, a new President (who just rejoined the Paris Agreement BTW!!!) a FEMALE Vice President, and there is now a Ninth Executive Order which is […]


Downtown Doughnut Amenities

It’s no secret to those who know me that I’m a big fan of living downtown and walking just about everywhere. When I have the luxury of time, I’m always willing to walk the 15 minutes to downtown businesses, meetings, or events if for nothing else than to smile up at the eagle atop the […]

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Doing Good New Hampshire with Lea King

This week I had the privilege of speaking with Lea King, Owner and Creative Director of Lakes Region Dance in Meredith, and Coach of the Plymouth State University Dance Team. Lea grew up in Goffstown and now lives in Bow with her family.   When I asked Lea why she decided to stay, work, and play […]

The front door at Stepping Stones, a new resource for homeless youth in Greater Nashua.

Stepping Stones Provides a Path for Nashua Youth

Just as important as education in New Hampshire are the programs and people who facilitate access to education. And if you’re a homeless youth, you may find just the paperwork itself to be a major barrier. That’s where Stepping Stones comes in. Stepping Stones Founded just 9 weeks ago, Stepping Stones seeks to support homeless […]


Meet State Rep. Cassandra Levesque

Age: 21 Area represented: Strafford 4 – Barrington Occupation and employer: Student at Southern New Hampshire University. Number of years in NH: 21 Favorite place in NH: The Seacoast. Describe NH in three words: Fascinating. Inspiring. Homey. Year first year elected to the legislature: 2018. Legislative priorities: Social Justice Protecting the Rights of Women & […]


6 NH Scenic Overlooks You Can Access By Car

#1. C.L. Graham Wangan Overlook – Bartlett, NH The C.L. Graham Overlook is located directly off the Kancamangus Scenic Byway and offers an incredible view of the Swift River Watershed and mountains to the north and east. There is a large paved parking area along with a covered pavilion. #2. Pemigewasset Overlook – Lincoln, NH When traveling […]