Mark Twain was one excellent observer of the human condition. I was reminded of that last week when the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy honored me (and thus this newspaper) with its Libertas...READER COMMENTS: 0
Manchester has some great restaurants, but if you are in the over-30 crowd, after-dinner entertainment options are limited.READER COMMENTS: 0
IN A RECENT talk, pigs came up - not in persona, from the crowd, but more remotely. The subject being raised, I had a lot of things to say about pigs.READER COMMENTS: 0
A couple of weeks ago, I had an appointment for some maintenance on my car.READER COMMENTS: 6
Andrew Hemingway, idea guy.READER COMMENTS: 1
The Harrington-Smith Block (also called the Opera House Block) on Hanover Street in downtown Manchester was completed in January 1881.READER COMMENTS: 2
Police activity was becoming so frequent in Krystle Crossman's neighborhood earlier this year, the single mom decided to get a police scanner app for her phone to stay on top of what was going on.READER COMMENTS: 1
What I didn't know, until it started popping up all over our newspaper last week, was what the heck “rising'' meant.READER COMMENTS: 0
Friday's news that New Hampshire has 40 or so nesting bald eagles was balm for the soul. It is the latest in this generation's track record of righting old environmental wrongs (moose, beaver, wild...READER COMMENTS: 0
Strange as it may seem, while observing wild things I occasionally see extraordinary sights.
Strange as it may seem, while observing wild things I occasionally see extraordinary sights.READER COMMENTS: 0
It's not surprising a brief ceremony at Mount Calvary Cemetery to honor the war dead crams so much dignity and pride into four minutes.