March 2013: I was enjoying my junior year at Kimball Union Academy as a mature sixteen-year-old, juggling a rigorous course schedule, participating in a plethora of clubs and organizations, running half-marathons—and becoming queasy at the thought of sleeping somewhere besides my own bed for an extended period.
While airline meals may be a thing of the past, many carriers still offer a snack or a beverage. Today’s busy flight schedules often see planes leaving the gate within minutes of pulling in with the last load of passengers,
If the restaurant business is like show business, Marc Milowsky is one of the region’s leading directors and producers. “You get to create a set, pick the actors, and put on a show every night,” says the owner of Upper Valley dining institutions Jesse’s, Molly’s, and Lui Lui.
What Are Your Friends’ And Neighbors’ Favorite Flavors And Childhood Memories? Juston McKinney, Standup Comedian Visit Juston’s website (www.justonmckinney.com) for his national tour schedule and links to his Live Free or Die monologue Favorite Flavor: I’m a huge ice cream
It may not be the best of times for a realtor in Hanover, but with over 30 years in the business, Martha Diebold has seen it all. While “the good old days are long gone,” the Upper Valley is “one of the best places to live and raise a family,” she says. And that’s a selling point in any economy.
Elliott Newman Estate and Fine Jewelry is proud to introduce From Soldier to Soldier, an awareness and fundraising campaign supporting wounded veterans and their families. The campaign is based on the sales of a designer version of the survival and
15 years ago, Griffin became Town Manager of Hanover, where she and her husband John Steidl have raised two children, Catie, 21, and Christopher, 14. Off the clock, she is a member of the Friend’s of CHaD, chairs the Board of New Hampshire FastRoads, and serves on the Board of the Grafton County Economic Development Council. And when she takes time for herself, one might find Julia Griffin riding her quarter horse gelding or playing in her gardens.
Lessons in Life at Dartmouth By Mark Dantos Dr. Jim Yong Kim became the 17th president of Dartmouth College at a rather precarious time. The College’s $100 million budget shortfall was just coming to light and finding a sustainable solution
by Mark Dantos For nearly 30 years, David Cioffi was the public face of the Dartmouth Bookstore. With a background in corporate sales and management, Cioffi moved to Etna in 1972 and became the bookstore’s general manager soon after. When