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Luna Negra Dance Theater performs at UNH's Paul Creative Arts Center

In New Hampshire, Chicago's Luna Negra Dance Theater performs inspired modern dance, taking from elements of ballet and Latin movement at University of New Hampshire's...
By webteam  |  November 17, 2010

"Kaddish" talk at UNH's Johnson Theater

Piano composer Lawrence Siegel presents a lecture titled "Kaddish: Music and Text Into the Issue of Genocide Through the Testimonies of Survivors Before, During, and...
By webteam  |  November 09, 2010

Books + Black Heart Procession at the UNH campus

It's totally fine that that dreamy Books/Black Heart Procession show on the UNH campus is sold out. We're over that girl anyway. If, perchance, attending...
By webteam  |  September 15, 2010

Ready to rumble

Last summer, the upcoming race that got most Bay State politicos salivating was the run for governor.
As the Senate race comes to an end, the challengers for Deval Patrick's job are sharpening their knives
By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  January 15, 2010
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Granite grind

Much of New England joined the march toward marriage equality this year, but in the comparably conservative Granite State, its legalization has heated up a partisan battle for control of the governorship in 2010, promising that this political war isn't
Same-sex marriage ignites partisan battle in New Hampshire
By ASHLEY RIGAZIO  |  August 07, 2009

Public colleges get the shaft

When it came time to pick a college, Thomas Ahrens just couldn't pass up the relative affordability of a University of Rhode Island education.
Fewer teachers. Bigger classes. More applicants. Huge tuition hikes. the outlook for Rhode island higher ed is bleak .
By MEAGHAN WIMS  |  February 25, 2009


Expressions of war

One of the best string quartets in the world will be within a D-string's distance from Portland, come Monday night.
Don't miss the Takács Quartet at UNH
By EMILY PARKHURST  |  November 12, 2008

Off the beaten path

William Walsh first wrote Without Wax: A Documentary Novel as a short story about a young man caught up in the world of triple-X adult films.
William Walsh’s work spans from the porn business to Calvin Trillin
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  August 05, 2008

Phone free or die!

Though the upcoming presidential election may be tight, at least one thing is certain: John McCain has zero chance of winning Massachusetts.
McCain’s telemarketing team invades Boston
By SCOTT LIEBER  |  July 30, 2008

Scarred for life

There’s evidence that blogging is not merely comforting, but healthy.
Writing through the pain of self-harm
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  July 09, 2008

Obama outside the Boom

A year ago, when I saw Obama speak on the Durham campus of the University of New Hampshire, he did not sound the way he does now.
The first political leader of my generation acts nothing like the rest of us — which might be how he’s gotten where he is
By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  March 05, 2008


What’s wrong with being sexy?

“Laughing is good,” she tells them, and her students laugh uncomfortably. And then the lesson begins. 
One woman’s story of gaining empowerment as a sex educator
By AMY LITTLEFIELD  |  February 13, 2008

Bronx bum

Man, there sure must have been some serious drinking going down on those great Yankee teams of the 1990s.
Sports blotter: "Hero to zero" edition
By MATT TAIBBI  |  January 09, 2008

The Granite State’s last hurrah

In a few days, New Hampshire voters will take their quadrennial place at the center of American politics, and this time, the stakes will be even higher than usual.
This could be the last election in which the New Hampshire primary, and its quaintly irrelevant retail politics, really matters
By ADAM REILLY  |  January 02, 2008

Inarticulate speech of the heart

Incoherent politicians are as common as criminals. Although not quite as beneficial to society.
Politics and other mistakes
By AL DIAMON  |  December 05, 2007

Stay away from me, baby

Imagine a Maine in which almost everybody is over the age of 40.
Politics and other mistakes
By AL DIAMON  |  November 14, 2007


Opportunity Maine — missing the target?

Why are college students leaving Maine after graduation?
By EMILY PARKHURST  |  April 04, 2007

Rocky stars

Hillary narrowly won the opening round of New Hampshire presidential campaigning this week.
Clinton, Obama, and the people who really make or break Presidential dreams in the Granite State
By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  February 14, 2007

Just Grandy

On my way to Burning Man last year, I stopped at Wild Oats just outside of Reno for the week's provisions.
Life goes better with oats
By JESSICA PORTER  |  December 06, 2006

The real anti-Hillary stands up

According to John Edwards, America has too many politicians (focus-grouped, poll-obsessed, expedient) and not enough leaders (principled, candid, sincere).
John Edwards stakes his claim
By ADAM REILLY  |  August 11, 2006

A spate of phony ‘terror’ plots

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Sometimes, however, a “terrorism” prosecution is anything but.
Freedom watch
By HARVEY SILVERGATE  |  July 12, 2006


The Ocean State underwater

There’s something quaint about the tiny metal sign signifying the Hurricane of 1938’s high water mark on a Dorrance Street building near the center of downtown Providence — as if this kind of destructive flood has been consigned to history.
What Rhode Island will be like in 2106 if we do nothing to stop global warming
By IAN DONNIS  |  May 31, 2006

BU’s icewomen cometh

When Brian Durocher signed on to become head coach of BU’s first-ever varsity women’s ice-hockey team, he already understood that it wasn’t quite the same sport as the men’s version.
Go varsity!
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  March 02, 2006