Going to the Dogs

Local Dentist Gives Back Working with dogs, kids, and hospitals Besides running a busy dental practice in Lebanon, Thomas Schell, DMD, donates his time and services to the community in many ways. He and a team of professionals have performed root canals and placed gold crowns on two different police dogs, both partners of Officer [...]

The Great Goose Egg Auction

Egging them on by Meg Brazill The word “auction” invokes images of a New England estate sale with everything from fine antique linens to livestock. But here, the only items being auctioned off are eggs—and not of the Fabergé variety. Auctioneer Dean Whitlock is calling the biannual Great Goose Egg Auction at the Hanover Inn [...]

Planning to Paint?

Go for an eco-friendly option by Kristy Erickson Green is hot when it comes to paint—and we’re not talking about the color. Whether you’re doing a major remodel or giving your home an inexpensive facelift, you’ll find a variety of environmentally friendly paint options that are healthier for both your family and the planet. Traditional [...]

Destination Weddings

A world of exquisite locations awaits you by Debbie Johnson Now that you are engaged, planning your wedding comes next—a monumental task with a matching price tag. Before you delve in, you need to really think about what you want and how you envision your special day. A Destination Wedding is an exciting option to [...]

Vintage Winter Posters Sale

Dartmouth Nostalgia The cool rush of a skier whizzing by; the white, glistening slopes. Attendees of the Swann Galleries’ Vintage Posters Sale on February 4 experienced the great outdoors of the past during the annual Winter Carnival in Hanover. The sale opened with 60 assorted ski posters, among them nine for the annual Dartmouth Winter [...]

Wine Picks

From Peter Rutledge of Norwich Wines & Spirits A wine that complements dishes that include both fruity and spicy flavors should be bright and fresh, with enough flavor to avoid seeming bland next to such flavorful foods. A white that usually has these characteristics is the Torrontes from Argentina. One I particularly like, which sells for [...]

Sweet Spring

More Recipes from Matthew Mead White Chocolate Orange Dreamsicle Makes 3 servings Ingredients: 2 cups white hot chocolate 1 cup crushed ice ½ cup orange liqueur 1 cup vanilla ice cream Directions: Puree all in a blender until smooth. Garnish with orange slices. Fills three martini glasses. White Chocolate and Pistachio Crostini Makes 24 Ingredients: [...]

Explore Paris

Experience the sights, sounds, and wonderful aromas Whether you decide to stay in a small, quaint B and B or one of many five-star hotels, there is only one way to start the day, in my opinion, and that is with a very French breakfast! Good coffee, a fresh-baked baguette with butter and strawberry jam, [...]

Help for Haiti

The Upper Valley responds Dartmouth-Hitchcock Team Responds to Devastation in Haiti A team of nine physicians and nurses from Dartmouth-Hitchcock, led by Trauma Program Director Rajan Gupta, left for Haiti on January 16 to provide aid to the many who were critically injured by the devastating earthquake. A second team departed for Haiti on January [...]

Mediterranean Chopped Salad With Lemon Vinaigrette

Try a Mediterranean chopped salad with lemon vinaigrette for a refreshing start to a Spring feast.

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