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2:00 pm
Sun February 10, 2013

Humankind: Justice Denied

This one-hour Humankind special examines the fascinating historical role played by U.S. federal courts in enforcing slavery. We revisit how a Boston judge's decision to order a runaway slave returned to his Virginia owner provoked the largest abolitionist protest the nation had ever seen. Then an in-depth look at the Supreme Court's famous Dred Scott ruling -- adamantly opposed by Abraham Lincoln -- that blacks "have no rights a white man is bound to respect".

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Granite Seen
1:32 pm
Fri February 8, 2013

Photos: Week of February 8

As part of next week's series, A Loaded Issue, reporter Amanda Loder visited Sturm Ruger, taking a look at firearms manufacturing in New Hampshire.
Credit Amanda Loder / NHPR
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Special Series
10:37 am
Fri February 8, 2013

A Loaded Issue: Guns In New Hampshire

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR

Over the course of a week, NHPR's newsroom examined issues and topics surrounding guns in New Hampshire for our special series, A Loaded Issue. Stories include a look at our state’s gun laws, the big business of manufacturing guns, how parents are prosecuted in accidental shootings, the culture around open carry and the efforts to repeal the state’s Stand Your Ground law.

Series Page: A Loaded Issue

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NH News
8:56 am
Fri February 8, 2013

Storm Makes Its Arrival, Drops Nearly Two Feet Of Snow On N.H.

As the sun was setting, clean up crews were still out and active in Hooksett.
Sara Plourde, NHPR

A Section of seawall in Rye has collapsed, closing another section of Route 1A on the
Seacoast. 

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NH News
3:50 pm
Thu February 7, 2013

Many N.H. Schools Closed Friday

Schools around the area have begun to cancel classes on Friday, and many Saturday activities have also been called off.

Click here for those listings:

School closing information from WMUR

NHPR Events
10:08 am
Wed February 6, 2013

NHPR's Trivia Smackdown

Final Smackdown Standings

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Inside NHPR
11:28 am
Mon February 4, 2013

Top Stories: A Decade Of Deregulation; The Best Used Mini Cooper Ad In History

Credit PSNH

1. Environment: A Decade Of Deregulation

Prior to 2001, New Hampshire utilities built power lines, supplied electricity and simply passed along the cost to consumers. But that all changed a little more than a decade ago as most New England states chose to deregulate, meaning utilities had to sell their power plants, and just be in charge of operating power lines.

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The Tobolowsky Files
2:00 pm
Sun February 3, 2013

The Afflictions of Love

The Tobolowsky Files is a series of specials featuring profound, moving, and hilarious true stories about life, love and Hollywood, written and performed by author and actor Stephen Tobolowsky. Stephen has played cops, robbers, murderers and super heroes in over 200 roles for film and television but on The Tobolowsky Files he always plays himself. You will recognize his voice and face from his many appearances on Glee, Seinfeld, Deadwood and the Mindy Project; plus a roster of iconic films that includes Ground Hog Day and Thelma and Louise.

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Granite Seen
2:06 pm
Fri February 1, 2013

Photos: Week of February 1

Clay Mitchell of Revolution Energy surveys a solar array his company owns and operates at East Kingston Elementary School. Despite cold temperatures, the panels gave off enough heat that the snow had slid right off.
Credit Sam Evans-Brown / NHPR
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Inside NHPR
10:36 am
Mon January 28, 2013

Top Stories: Flu Fever Hits The Granite State; Running Through Time On The Sandwich Notch Rd.

Credit Sean Hurley

1. The Exchange: Flu Fever Hits The Granite State

The influenza season started much earlier this year and the strain is considered more severe.  Many worry how much of a toll this will take. In New Hampshire, at least twenty people have died from the flu already.

2. Arts & Culture: Running Through Time On The Sandwich Notch Rd.

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The Tobolowsky Files
2:00 pm
Sun January 27, 2013

The Classic

The Tobolowsky Files is a series of specials featuring profound, moving, and hilarious true stories about life, love and Hollywood, written and performed by author and actor Stephen Tobolowsky. Stephen has played cops, robbers, murderers and super heroes in over 200 roles for film and television but on The Tobolowsky Files he always plays himself. You will recognize his voice and face from his many appearances on Glee, Seinfeld, Deadwood and the Mindy Project; plus a roster of iconic films that includes Ground Hog Day and Thelma and Louise.

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Granite Seen
1:41 pm
Fri January 25, 2013

Photos: Week of January 25

Alexej Siren, UNH graduate student, atop Mount Kelsey to study the resurgence of the American Marten.
Credit Chris Jensen for NHPR
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Inside NHPR
11:53 am
Tue January 22, 2013

Top Stories: The White Mountains: Training Ground For The Greats; Innovation Comes To Ice Fishing

Credit Sam Evans-Brown / NHPR

1. Environment: The White Mountains: Training Ground For The Greats

Conditions in New Hampshire’s White Mountains are notoriously harsher than their altitude suggests. But for World Class mountaineers this makes the Whites a perfect training ground.

2. Environment: Innovation Comes To Ice Fishing

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The Tobolowsky Files
2:00 pm
Sun January 20, 2013

The Alchemist

The Tobolowsky Files is a series of specials featuring profound, moving, and hilarious true stories about life, love and Hollywood, written and performed by author and actor Stephen Tobolowsky. Stephen has played cops, robbers, murderers and super heroes in over 200 roles for film and television but on The Tobolowsky Files he always plays himself. You will recognize his voice and face from his many appearances on Glee, Seinfeld, Deadwood and the Mindy Project; plus a roster of iconic films that includes Ground Hog Day and Thelma and Louise.

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Granite Seen
1:10 pm
Fri January 18, 2013

Photos: Week of January 18

Mark Beauchesne of NH Fish and Game shows off a Bluegill.
Credit Sam Evans-Brown / NHPR
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