What Would You Do to Help Someone in Need?

A few years ago, I asked you “How can you make a difference in the world today?” You can read that column at https://tinyurl.com/differnceintheworld. Based on the emails I received, it Continue Reading →

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Vote Your Heart and Mind in NH Primary

So, what is your plan for the New Hampshire primary this Tuesday? Are you thinking strategic or tactical? Or are the “bilities” swirling around in your head: winnability, viability, likeability Continue Reading →

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Drink Recipe: The Bleeding Heart (Gin)

The Wiggly Bridge Bleeding Heart premiered on a recent NH Today Weekend Radio Show. See the video here. The Bleeding Heart 2oz Wiggly Bridge Gin (or Vodka) 2oz Goya Passion Continue Reading →

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Super Bowl 2020 Recipes

Super Bowl 54 Sandwich Show February 2, 2020 San Francisco Forty-Niners vs. Kansa City Chiefs San Francisco Korean Steak sandwich is a crazy medley of flavors that all somehow make Continue Reading →

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Champagne – Wines – New Year’s Eve 2019

Levels of sweetness Extra Brut (most dry) Brut (most common) Extra Dry Sec Demi-Sec Doux (sweetest) Styles of Champagne What are the differences in style between a Blanc de Blancs, Continue Reading →

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New Year’s Eve Recipes and Wine

Also see the ‘Champagne’ Post. Mexican Shrimp Cocktail This recipe for Mexican shrimp cocktail (coctel de camarones) is fresh shrimp tossed in a homemade sauce with red onion, avocado, cilantro Continue Reading →

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Thanksgiving 2019 Recipes

Below are the features recipes that were part of the 2019 Thanksgiving Day Show, which aired on Nov. 24, 2019 Caramelized Brussels Sprouts with Pistachios Servings: 8 Ingredients: 4 pounds Continue Reading →

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Politicians Burning Washington To Ground

On Aug. 24, 1814, British troops marched into Washington, D.C. and tried to burn our nation’s capital to the ground. They did a pretty good job, but as a nation Continue Reading →

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In Search Of Better Angels

“It may be a reflection on human nature, that such devices should be necessary to control the abuses of government. But what is government itself, but the greatest of all Continue Reading →

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Enviro-apocalypticism Harming Youth

In a recent Scott Rasmussen/HarrisX national survey, 51% of young voters (those under 35 years old) believe life on Earth will end in the next 10 to 15 years. Why Continue Reading →

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