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St. Patrick’s Day 2018: Is New Hampshire Losing Its Irishness?

Is it the food, the beer, the music, the dance, the accent, the parades or the vocabulary that still connects people to their Irish heritage? Or is it instead nostalgia for the past and personal memories that associate us with … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Storyteller, Reporter, Producer, Author and What-Not: Fred Minot "Fritz" Wetherbee II (1936-Still Living)

He describes himself as “a ridiculous, eccentric, little bald man with a lot of energy and, if my mail is any … Continue reading

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Maine is not New Hampshire

Manics, Maineites, Mainards, eh? What the heck do you call a Maine native?

This blog focuses mainly (no pun intended) … Continue reading

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