NH Gives is Back: 24-Hour Online Fundraising Event to Benefit Hundreds of NH Nonprofits and Causes
NH Gives, New Hampshire’s largest online fundraising event for nonprofits, returns on June 6-7 with an opportunity to support hundreds of nonprofit organizations doing great work in New Hampshire communities.
Business of the Year: Alene Candles
Business NH Magazine has named Alene Candles the 2023 Business of the Year in manufacturing.
Montagne Powers Announces Clark Dumont Joins Firm
Public relations and strategic communications firm Montagne Powers announces the addition of Clark Dumont, Of Counsel, to the growing company.
World’s Top Winemakers to Attend New Hampshire Wine Week
NH Wine Week features dozens of world-renowned winemakers and industry leaders for exclusive wine dinners, bottle signings, tastings and the 18th annual New England Wine Spectacular.
Want To Try The World’s Most Expensive Bloody Mary? Head To The Kentucky Derby
Although you could easily buy a Bloody Mary mix at your local grocery store, you could also treat yourself to the world’s most expensive Bloody Mary, provided you can make it to Watch Hill Proper Bourbon Bar & Kitchen in Kentucky.
NH Liquor Commission Launches First-Ever Scotch Whisky Raffle Support Animal Rescue & Therapeutic Organizations
Rare bottles of Macallan, Balvenie, Johnnie Walker and Orphan Barrel aim to raise $150,000 for local animal rescue and therapy organizations.
New Hampshire Liquor Commission introduces recycling program with Jack Daniels
The New Hampshire Liquor Commission and Jack Daniels have teamed up to unveil a new recycling program: Bring Back Jack.
Exploring the origins and evolution of the Peace Corps
Today, we talk to one of the architects of the Peace Corps living in Connecticut. After hearing President John F. Kennedy speak about the Peace Corps, Dan Sharp was inspired to join.
Westport woman dedicates her life to empowering women worldwide
A Texas native who has also lived in South America and Libya says she has seen many interesting things in her life, but it’s when she moved to Westport that she really changed the lives of women.
Introducing Centenarian Extraordinaire Dr. Harold Brodman
On the first day of this January general surgeon Dr. Harold Brodman turned 100. We caught up with him and we asked him a few questions.