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The Rochester Performance & Arts Center (32 North Main Street) during an exhibit which included four of Andy Warhol’s iconic Marilyn screenprint series.

The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts: An Example of Awesomeness

Moving away from the traditional brick and mortar museum buildings and into a philosophy which allows an art museum to exist in multiple places has made art more accessible to a larger audience. The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts (RMFA) is a prime example of this new kind of thinking. This community art initiative, located […]

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Brunch Full of Color

Throughout the state, New Hampshire has some pretty amazing museums! Whether you’re checking out the Currier Museum of Art or the Millyard Museum in Manchester, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center (and planetarium!) in Concord, the Robert Frost Farm in Derry, the Fells Estate in Newbury, the Franklin Pierce homes in Concord or Hillsboro, Strawbery Banke in […]

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Upcoming Multicultural Happenings

Differences Make Us Better It isn’t a secret that New Hampshire’s makeup is a predominantly white population, so I think it is especially important to embrace and celebrate the cultural diversity that we do have. We need to cherish this diversity and nurture it to grow. Because our cultures are what shape us as humans, […]

Creative Guts Podcast

Let’s Talk About Guts

No, I’m not referencing the latest episode of the Walking Dead, (though I’m guessing it did have guts in it). I’m talking about what it takes to pursue your creativity: guts. And that is exactly what’s discussed on the New Hampshire-based podcast Creative Guts. This interview-style podcast explores the roots of creativity, dives into the […]

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Why the Romantic Poets Would Have Loved Writing About New Hampshire!

And Why You Should Too! Being a creative writer and aspiring poet means constantly searching for sources of wonderful inspiration. Whether you are out walking with a friend, or you simply drive by something stunning that catches your eye and gets the creative juices flowing, us writers live for that momentary spark of genius. New […]

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A Night At The Music Hall

When public transportation was scarce and power sources were living, every city worth mentioning had its own theater. The locals needed to be entertained, whether by music or by play, and the city theater was the place. Until transportation and the highway system drove a change to this approach, it worked just fine for entertainment […]