May 25, 2017
John Page: Building Community With Music
John Page leads the Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra with a vision for creating the people’s orchestra in New Hampshire.
May 16, 2017
Now You See the Art; Now You Don’t
New Hampshire urban artist James Chase is using his brand of found object art to create “art in the moment.”
May 10, 2017
Meet New Hampshire’s First Youth Poet Laureate
Seventeen-year-old Ella McGrail, the first New Hampshire Youth Poet Laureate, talks about the power and pain of poetry.
Telling Stories of Recovery
New Hampshire filmmaker Michael Venn takes on the opioid epidemic in his state in his documentary, The Heroin Effect.
April 24, 2017
Mary Selvoski: Seamstress to the New Hampshire Stars
After outfitting New Hampshire’s theater community for nearly 40 years, Mary Selvoski still prefers to work behind the scenes.
April 17, 2017
Turning Sticks Into Sawdust For The Sake Of Art
At Port City Makerspace in New Hampshire, creation is the name of the game. Come turn sticks into sawdust for the sake of art.
April 10, 2017
Contoocook’s Blackwater Mustard Co. is producing mustard varieties unlike anything you’ve ever tasted before.
April 3, 2017
Of Abandoned Mines and Kitchen Tables
With two New Hampshire projects, The Revolving Museum hopes to reinvent Ruggles Mine and kitchen table conversation.
March 27, 2017
Hannah Phelps Paints or Prints Her Natural World
New Hampshire artist Hannah Phelps uses the science of nature to infuse her wood prints and plein air paintings.
March 20, 2017
Fresh Eyes on Peterborough, New Hampshire
Peterborough, New Hampshire, is set apart by a vibrant creative community invigorating inherited New England traditions.