Perception, for what it’s worth, can be everything. While we can never fully understand the totality of somebody’s humanity, through tight-knit relationships - with their shared experiences, common bonds and intimate conversations - we are able to peel back the ornate...

Being a small local fisherman is not easy in today’s age. The dying industry is a shift in coastal American like never before: putting in place a system that leads to consolidation. If things can’t turn around for Capt. Tim Rider, the owner of the New England Fishmonge...

Growing up along the New Hampshire Seacoast, Michael Fiacco is no stranger to the inspiration that so many seem to draw upon from this special place. The concrete slabs of a winter swell that bring out only the most badass and dedicated surfers or the crowded sunny sum...

When I was a kid I never thought I’d like coffee. The concept was based on something so foreign; yet there it was, day after day, brewed in the kitchen every morning without fail. Even on the weekends when we would all sleep in, the coffee brewing ritual remained. I wo...

Wednesday nights in Durham are generally the most quiet. Students at the University of New Hampshire are engulfed in their workload and the party has yet to start. However, a small cafe on the edge of campus is making up for the lack of noise with an unconventional ope...

For Loc Nguyen and Marie Leblanc, sleeping in Walmart parking lots or rest stops in their van is a dream come true. Sure, they don’t often get to shower for days on end but for these two, a dip in the ocean is one and the same.

Nguyen and Leblanc purchased the van about...

I’ve always thought throughout my life beards carried with them more than just a fuzzy face. The last U.S. president to have a beard was Taft, and with that great power and responsibility came a series of great beards (and moustaches). 

Growing up my father had a thick...

While most people would disregard the draft of the National Women’s Hockey League, it held some significance for the University of New Hampshire in the 2018 draft, as senior defense, Jenna Rheault was selected 25th overall by the Boston Pride. She was one of nine women...

I went back the other day and revisited two songs: “Cyclone” and “A Love Letter From Me To You,” both songs by a band that has left a lasting impression on me. Their vulnerable, stripped down versions deliver a state of awe, as well as impeccable storytelling and raw e...

At St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Dover, Jacob Guyotte serves people with a smile as he hands out food and conversates with the many people that stop by there. This is just one of the many things Guyotte does to help homeless people in need during the winter months.

Guy...

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