Day: October 6, 2015

HOP SLINGER IPA – Henniker Brewing Co

We are fortunate to live in a state that is proud to say we are the largest consumer of beer in the nation… or at least if you are proud of NH and love your local craft beer varieties! In the fall season, we tend to venture into unknown waters to find new selections to

Jordanian King Calls Clash with Radical Islam a “Third World War”

by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer UNITED NATIONS — Among the 193 Presidential and Ministerial speeches being made during the UN General Assembly debate, most will present politically pedantic and often droning restatements of the obvious; that war, terrorism, poverty and the refugees crisis lapping at Europe’s shores and hinterland are among the

James Fortune – Retrospective at Plymouth State University

The Fortune retrospective is a “not to miss” show about a brilliant mind and a professor of art who inspired generations of young artist/art educators. I was one of those young artist/educators and a malleable one at that. Professor Fortune had a profound effect on me and was inspirational to all my fellow students.

Caption Contest Photo #563

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Smart Guy

Brendan is on vacation this week. This column originally appeared on March 15, 2012 and is included in his latest book “Best Of A F.O.O.L. In New Hampshire.” I recently bought myself a smartphone. I decided to finally get rid of my stupidphone. I had been reading about smartphones for a long time as well

Dry River Trail – From Crawford Notch to Lake of the Clouds

When we hike we discuss places we would like to go and during one outing this summer Becca suggested that we should check out the Dry River Trail. We agreed it would be interesting to see the changes in the trail. The Dry River Trail was closed in August of 2011 because it was severely