Day: May 12, 2015

What Do I Do Now?

You have witnessed the fledging stage of your backyard birds. The babies have left the nest box on your property. You listened to our advice and placed it at the correct location, at the proper height. More importantly, the hole was facing in the right direction so that the prevailing New England winds didn’t create

Rockingham Brewing Co’s Curly’s Gold

As we New Hampshire folk settle into spring and summer months, our tastes change. We look for lighter fare and things that won’t weigh us down as we move about getting chores done and preparing for the few summer months that provide so much joy in our lives. We also appreciate a lighter beer that

Killings, Censorship, Control, Define New Media Landscape

by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer UNITED NATIONS—The targeted killings of journalists, the suffocating censorship in many countries, and the widening governmental controls on media activities, characterize the contemporary media landscape in large parts of the world. Add the ghastly shock effect of beheadings of journalists in the Middle East by Islamic State

Little Attitash And Still Waiting For Spring

by Amy Patenaude Weirs Times Outdoor/Ski Writer Yes, I know it is May. Technically the season of spring, according to my calendar, began on Friday March 20th but Mother Nature is still allowing winter to beat spring up. There is snow in the mountains.