MADISON — Stopping by the Madison town garage Friday morning to see Madison Old Home Week veteran bean boiler Candy Jones do her stuff stirring the array of baked bean pots brought to mind that old joke that Boston duckboat drivers tell to unsuspecting passengers about how many beans are pac…
CONWAY — Sadly, into everyone’s life a little rain must fall — which is great for gardeners this dry summer, but alas, heavy rain forced the cancellation of the third planned Arts Jubilee concert of the season at Cranmore Mountain Resort on Thursday night.
It’s always hard to imagine where all that knowledge goes when someone who was so articulate on a particular subject passes into the next life. I guess that’s why writing it all down over the years has been so important to me, given the great array of learned people I have had the privilege …
CONWAY — This past Tuesday, at the monthly meeting of the Conway Historical Society, Brian Wiggin, Kin Earle, Sue West and CHS president Ken Rancourt recounted tales about Conway Lake, some of which we share in today’s cover story.
JACKSON — Blues fans were treated to a great night of music at the Wildcat Inn and Tavern’s Garden Stage on July 3, as Boston blues diva Diane Blue and rockin’ blues harmonica legend/vocalist James Montgomery of Rhode Island rocked away the night in two separate sets with their shared band.
WELCOME TO A firecrackin’ weekend, fellow Yankee Doodle Dandies, as no matter what your political stripe, we hopefully come together to celebrate our nation’s birthday.
IT’S DEFINITELY going to be a nice first weekend of summer in the valley with more summer-like temperatures at long last after a cool spring, making it good weather for today’s White Mountains Pride Fest on the grounds of the North Conway Community Center from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
CONWAY — The Mt. Washington Valley Farmers’ Market is back for a second year on the grounds of the North Conway Community Center, starting Tuesday, June 21, the first day of summer.
CONWAY — Mountain Top Music Center continues to add to Conway Village’s increasingly vibrant cultural scene, with a new addition to its slate of entertainment taking the stage of the restored Anna and Kendall Ham Majestic Theatre Saturday night with the debut of the Josh and Darin Variety Show.
WELCOME TO THE traditional start of summer here in this beautiful green and lilac blossoming valley, where we have had a string of near 50-centers all this past week, all with the magnificent backdrop of still snow-fields covered Mount Washington.
PINKHAM NOTCH — Black fly season greetings to you and your favorite fellow victim, as they have come out in earnest these past few beautiful days of at long last spring here in the Mount Washington Valley.
GREETINGS, THIS VALLEY PRIDE AND MOTHER’S DAY Weekend, highlighted by the beautiful backdrop of snow-capped Mount Washington looking down on all of us in this finally greening and blossoming valley after a cold spring.
PINKHAM NOTCH — It’s seemingly been a colder and windier month of April in the lower portions of the Mount Washington Valley, as we all long for doses of spring which all are hoping will finally arrive in earnest this coming first week of May.
COLD RIVER RADIO FANS ... the news you’ve been waiting for: The 10th anniversary season of the COVID-disrupted variety show returns live to Mountain Top Music Center’s restored Majestic Theatre this Sunday night, continuing Conway Village’s renaissance and reawakening.