Monthly Archives: July 2011

Week-end Activities July 29 - July 31 2011

Here are some activities you might enjoy this week-end: MY pick of the week-end: The Mt Kearsage Indian Museum in Warner, NH. Take a visit, like I did last week-end. **************************************** It’s the last week for Summer in the … Continue reading

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Energy Matters with Glenn Williams Friday July 29 2011

Find out what happened with New England’s energy supply during last week’s heat wave! Can you imagine that during the heat wave New Hampshire’s prices went from $49.36 at hour 4 to $558.19 at hour 14! Take a look at … Continue reading

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Mt Kearsage Indian Museum Warner, NH

The Power of One In 1929 Grand Chief Sachem Silverstar visited a second grade classroom and delivered a message that transformed the life of one young boy, Charles “Bud” Thompson. Silverstar emphasized the uniqueness of each individual and their interconnectedness … Continue reading

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Dispatches from Home- “The Digs”

Edie Clark closes our show July 29, 2011 with her essay “The Digs.” Why the map of Brazil? Listen and find out!

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The Vegetable Garden Doctor Talks Zukes and Cukes!

Ann is on location again at Dr. Guy Esposito’s wonderful garden. He shares some tips about how to grow and enjoy these seasonal favorites.

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Talk to the Animals - Tabbers

Tabbers is a beautiful Maine Coon with the sweetest green eyes. She is 9 ½ years old and has been here for a little over a month. She has lived with the same family since she was a kitten. But … Continue reading

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The Debt Ceiling Crisis

Dr. Michael Goldberg is Professor of Economics and the Roland H. O’Neal Professor at the University of New Hampshire. He has written extensively in the fields of international finance and macroeconomics and his columns on asset price fluctuations and policy … Continue reading

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The Vegetable Garden Doctor Friday July 22 2011

Ann and Guy Esposito, MD visit the Ciao Italian garden — where Guy points out the many fabulous lettuces he grows and what he likes for a salad dressing.

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Talk to the Animals — Benji

Benji is an adorable Golden retriever mix who was transferred to us from an overcrowded shelter in West Virginia. Benji was a stray, so he is estimated to be about 7 - 10 months old. Here, he seems to be … Continue reading

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Week-end Activities July 15-17 2011

Activities My pick of the week-end: UNH Observatory - Public Viewing Session Location: UNH Observatory Saturday, July 16, 2011 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM Come see the stars of the Durham night sky from the University of New Hampshire Observatory! … Continue reading

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