A holiday stunt that left behind more than smiles.
You may have noticed our latest foray into multimedia: our Cubicle Concerts series, mentioned on our “About” page (in October) or on house ads (like the one to the left), and perhaps you’ve even taken a few minutes to watch and listen to a few of them. I hope so.
It’s definitely not business as usual in 2020.
We gave longtime (15-year) “Ayuh” (formerly “Last Laugh”) artist Brad Fitzpatrick free rein this month to create this array of banging costume ideas for the serious Granite Stater.
NH’s southern tier dominates the 2020 campaign.
Thanks to one jolly jester, the weekly joke lives on.
Granite makes a good base for political realignment
New Hampshire's Jack Kenny discusses comments politicians make off the record and if they count or not.
Claremont is the new Dixville Notch in the 2020 presidential race.
New Hampshire's own Adi Rule discusses the wonders of a Granite State summer, from visiting the dump to looking at pigs.
New Hampshire voters may have a distinctly different opinion about what, exactly, electable means. For a while now, voters in the Granite State, particularly Democrats, have long preferred and sought to recruit female candidates, believing they had a better chance of winning. And our election record is quite clear — in New Hampshire, women win.
Presidential candidates head to the Cure restaurant in Portsmouth for the "Candidate Kitchen" TV series.
Jack Kenny discusses the frustrations of dealing with automated robots.
Sununu is both the most popular major New Hampshire politician and the third most popular governor in America. But why?
New Hampshire's own Rebecca Rule talks about the Cog's 150th anniversary.
Even presidential candidates need to kick back and relax a bit
New Hampshire's own Sally Breslin discusses the difference between a milkshake and a frappe.