Traveling in the Midwest this past week, I was introduced to a local as being from New Hampshire. "Oh, New Hampshire," she gushed, "it's sooooo beautiful there. When I think of New Hampshire, I think...
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At the end of the Long Count calendar of 5,125 years the Mayans simply started counting again, said Dr. Eleanor Harrison-Buck of the department of anthropology at the University of New Hampshire. “Rather than simply seeing the ‘end of the world,’ the Maya no doubt viewed the end of this great cycle as an important and powerful time of reordering and renewal of the world.”
It includes a well-known local businessman, a mysterious Yeti-like creature in the woods near his home, a pioneering former Andover selectwoman, a pair of presidential candidates and a symbolic penis. 0