Celebrate Easter! Great Food & Fun Activities for Kids
Easter is coming up this weekend, and families all over the country will get together to celebrate. Read on for delicious foods to serve, as well as crafts and a game to keep the kids entertained.
Essential Tools for Small Businesses
There are plenty of low-cost products on the market that can help launch your entrepreneurial dreams or improve what you might already have in place. Read on to learn about several of the many tools available to small business owners.
A Right to Shoes
Every young girl loves the tale of Cinderella. Who wouldn’t want to meet a handsome, charming prince to sweep her off her glass-slippered feet? The message is clear get the right pair of shoes, and everything you could ever possibly want is yours.
Add a Little Excitement to Your Life’s Travels
If you've been searching for an activity to break up your boring routine of work, sleep, work, then check out these fun adventures to try.
Most Americans get about two servings of vegetables per day. That pales in comparison to the five-to-seven servings per day that are recommended. So how can you incorporate more greens in your diet? Read on for some tips.
Easter is coming up this weekend, and families all over the country will get together to celebrate. Often, this holiday coincides with spring break for those of you with children still in school. Are you having your family over this Easter? Read on for delicious foods to serve, as well as crafts and a game to keep the kids entertained.
Whether you’re aiming to start a small business or you’re already running one, it can be a lot of work. Fortunately, there are plenty of low-cost products on the market that can help launch your entrepreneurial dreams or improve what you might already have in place. Read on to learn about several of the many tools available to small business owners.
Every young girl loves the tale of Cinderella. Who wouldn’t want to meet a handsome, charming prince to sweep her off her glass-slippered feet? Once this early bit of fairytale fetishizing is taken on board, the message is clear get the right pair of shoes, and everything you could ever possibly want is yours.
Moms give us a lot of advice throughout our lifetime. Some are sound bits of advice, like “eat your vegetables,” whereas others are just simple myths. The “don’t go out with wet hair” myth was busted, for instance, since science has shown that the cold virus is unconcerned with your hair’s moisture levels. Here are a few pieces of terrific life-changing advice that proves, more often than not, Mom was right.
These days supplements are advertised for everything from keeping your heart healthy to helping your hair and nails grow faster. The amount of information can be overwhelming—and even subject to change! That makes it easy to lose track of which vitamins and minerals are most important to your health. Of course, you should consult your health care provider before adding any supplement or medication to your regimen, as even nutritional supplements can interact with certain drugs and alter their efficacy.
Have you been wondering where to take your next vacation? We’ve looked at a few of the most popular vacations spots worth visiting both in and out of the country. Read on to find out where your next trip should take you, and why!
You would be completely loco en la cabeza not to try this newest bar, restaurant, and lounge in downtown Hanover. Candela, which opened in June 2013, has been filled up every night since! I have only one warning about Candela—book your reservation well in advance—as this cozy, cool spot is sure to be popular every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. After a first attempt to walk in on a Saturday night (bad planning), we returned this time with a reservation for a party of 11 with big appetites. Here’s what we discovered, including the dishes that you must be sure to try when you visit.
With the state of California’s updated zero-emissions vehicle mandate — which mandates that 22 percent of cars sold by 2025 produce zero emissions — automakers are feeling the pressure to produce more energy efficient vehicles, according to Energy.gov. Eight other states (Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont) may opt in to the zero emissions mandate, helping to create a bigger market for alternative fuel cars. A new car, powered by hydrogen fuel cells, offers consumers a green choice and will help automakers meet the new mandate.
Many people choose to continue their educations after taking a hiatus. That may mean they finished high school but didn’t go directly to college; they started college but didn’t finish for any number of reasons; or they decided that continuing their education was not a priority for one reason or another. With more online colleges gaining accreditation and offering a variety of degrees, it is easier than ever to get an education from your living room (or kitchen table, office, or wherever you prefer). Read on to find out about some of the top accredited online colleges.
Chicken noodle soup, one of the staple recipes in any true New Englander’s repertoire, is so much more than just a bowl of broth. Chicken noodle soup offers all these key ingredients, with added bonuses—it’s tasty and soothing going down and warms you from the inside. You are practically guaranteed to feel better in no time! Here is a simple but classic recipe to keep you feeling perky during cold and flu season.
The days gone by of all the fun you had with your boyhood friends can be relived. All it takes is enthusiasm, coordination with old friends and some youth-like creativity in having fun. Here are some great ways to relive your boyhood adventures.
As I walked through the woods past my house I came upon eight wheels, a roof and a movement: The Tiny House Movement. What sat in those woods was something that I had never seen; yet it seemed so brilliant, so imaginative, I immediately wanted one for myself. Read on to find out more about the Tiny House Movement.
Calendar of Events
Hood Winter Exhibition Celebrates Dartmouth\'s Artist-in-Residence Program
Michael Taylor, Director, Hood Museum of Art.
Needleworkers Unite in Quechee
Hike in Andover
The Spitfire Grill in White River Junction (Bluegrass musical)
Line Dancing in Enfield:
Upper Valley Cinderella Project in Lebanon
Greater Randolph Center:
STEM ARTS: MUSIC AND BIOLOGY
NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE IN HD: KING LEAR
The Hanover Garden Club Annual Plant Sale
Proceeds Benefit The Hanover Town Gardens