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To Craft with One's Own Hands

Life as a blacksmith in the era of the Internet's gig economy.

Miriam Carter: A Maker and Wearer of Hats

It’s a well-known adage that to juggle the myriad demands of running a thriving organization requires wearing many hats. In the case of Miriam Carter, the new executive director—since January—of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, this idiom is both figurative and literal.

Birds of a Different Feather

Imagine a hand-wrought John James Audubon illustration of a colorful bird in nature composed with the sensibility of artist Edward Gorey.

Community Gardens Take Root

According to the University of New Hampshire’s Cooperative Extension, there are at least 100 community gardens around the state. Here are five of them in and around Concord that offer something different for anyone with a yearning to garden.

The Life Cycle of a Home

MAXIMIZE THE VALUE AND ENJOYMENT OF YOUR HOUSE THOUGH EVERY STAGE OF LIFE

Honey, Can We Talk?

HOW CARING COUPLES COMMUNICATE

A Parent’s Final Act of Love

ESTATE PLANNING IS MORE THAN FINANCES—IT’S BEING A GOOD PARENT AND FRIEND

A Quiet Brook in Spring

AN ODE TO MUD SEASON

Around Concord Spring 2018

IN THIS ISSUE: The surreal woodblock prints of Lyell Castonguay; The sloppy bliss of mud season; and Angst and the evolving nature of adulthood.

O'Malley Addresses Education, Business in Concord Town Hall Meeting

The New Hampshire Democratic presidential candidate spoke about some of the problems facing the nation earlier this month.

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