Carve out some time

Carve out some time

The 1883 Black Ice Pond Hockey tournament, Winterfest team up Coming Jan. 27-30, you can watch pond hockey of all ages by a bonfire, witness some impressive ice carving, or check out many of the other happenings in between At the end of January, the pond at White Park...
A love takes flight

A love takes flight

From Sy Montgomery, the New York Times bestselling author of “The Soul of an Octopus” comes “The Hawk’s Way: Encounters with Fierce Beauty.” When the Hancock author went to spend a day at falconer Nancy Cowan’s Deering farm, home to a dozen magnificent birds of prey,...
A net gain

A net gain

One of the signs of spring in New Hampshire is the hundreds of thousands of brook trout, brown trout and rainbow trout that get placed into lakes, streams and ponds all over the state. The fish are raised in six state-owned fish hatcheries until they reach a certain...
Fast faves with Julianne Gadoury

Fast faves with Julianne Gadoury

As the executive director of Kimball Jenkins, it’s no surprise that Julianne Gadoury of Concord loves the arts. So we asked about her favorite ways to enjoy all kinds of art — both indoors and outdoors — in the springtime, either with her husband, David Shore, and...