Outdoor

Outdoor

When Alex Freid was a student at the University of New Hampshire, he noticed dumpsters overflowing with perfectly good furniture and other staples of...

Permaculture is a growing way of life in the Seacoast by Larry Clow, photos and artwork by Alyssa Grenning People like to ask Leslie Stevens how...

Ready the raiding party! Cast the landlubbers off the port bow! Portsmouth is ripe for the plundering! The annual Sail Portsmouth festival celebrates 25...

photos by Shelby deBruyn In the summer, traffic is at a standstill, the ice cream flows like water, and tourists are packed into every corner...

When Jill Nooney began working on what would become Bedrock Gardens some 30 years ago, she intended it to be her own private sanctuary....

What is the function of newspapers? To inform, sure, but also to cause mass hysteria with sensational stories of dubious veracity. Remember Y2K? Total goldmine....

and food on our plates Amy Antonucci loves her honeybees. Standing in the apiary — the technical term for a place where honeybees are kept...

In northern New England, we like to walk in the woods. There are more than 4,000 miles of hiking trails in New Hampshire, plus...

It’s a weeknight in mid-May, and the women of Seacoast Roller Derby (SRD) are gathered for one of their three weekly practice sessions at...

A place called Fat Belly’s isn’t a likely starting point for cardiovascular adventures, but that’s exactly where Six03 Endurance starts their weekly pub runs...