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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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My Housing Story: Hilary Lane

Not long ago, I wrote about what millennials want. Well, don’t take my word for it! To further demystify what the millennial generation wants, I took my own advice and asked a millennial! This series, My Housing Story, will shine a spotlight on the experiences of young people living in New Hampshire.  Meet Hilary Lane! […]

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The Juicery

My husband has been hobbling around on borrowed crutches for the past few weeks. Thanks to a knee injury, his ultimate frisbee season has been sidelined for the time being, but that doesn’t stop him from shuffling down to The Juicery. With only four locations in New Hampshire, we consider ourselves very lucky to have […]

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Beyond the Office: What I Learned in Leadership Seacoast

Back in June, alongside forty new friends,  I graduated from Leadership Seacoast and joined the hundreds of alumni who have been through the program since its inception in 1989.  The program’s mission is to develop a base of effective, knowledgeable, and engaged community members through the exploration of community issues and opportunities for personal involvement. […]

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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Cool Places to Live: Bradley Commons

Last fall, the City of Dover got some much-needed workforce housing thanks to The Housing Partnership! Bradley Commons, a mixed-use workforce housing project in downtown Dover, sits on the former site of St. Charles Church. The 39 one-, two-, and three-bedroom income-restricted apartment units rented out in just 90 days, which speaks to the demand […]