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9:11 am
Fri June 7, 2013

Photos: Week Of June 7

Fishing boats in the harbor in Portsmouth. Shareholders in a new Community Supported Fishery will have opportunities to meet the fishermen who catch their fish.
Credit Ryan Lessard / NHPR
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Inside NHPR
8:40 am
Thu June 6, 2013

Barbara & Dick Couch Fellowship For Innovation

NHPR is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for the Barbara and Dick Couch Fellowship for Innovation.  The fellowship was created to develop the next generation of public radio talent and to bring new ideas and perspectives to NHPR.  This six month fellowship focusing on show production and digital media is based at NHPR’s broadcast center in Concord, New Hampshire.  Fellows will gain hands-on experience working on The Exchange, NHPR’s flagship public affairs program and exposure to a wide range of activities at the station.  Responsibilities will include: generating and r

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Inside NHPR
11:11 am
Mon June 3, 2013

Top Stories: UNH President Opens Logo Deliberations; End Of Life Planning...For Backyard Chickens

Credit University of New Hampshire

The top stories of the week for May 27 - June 2.

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Best of Public Radio
2:00 pm
Sun June 2, 2013

Vermont: The Small Town State

Credit Courtesy PRX

This episode of State of the Re:Union visits our neighbors across the Connecticut. Best of Public Radio airs Sundays at 3 p.m.

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Granite Seen
9:05 am
Fri May 31, 2013

Photos: Week Of May 31

Londonderry High School's Marching Lancer Band leads the Memorial Day parade in Londonderry on Monday.
Credit NHPR / Michael Brindley
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Inside NHPR
6:00 am
Tue May 28, 2013

Top Stories: Live Blog: House Votes To Kill Casino Bill; State Says No Evidence Of Pollution In Fire

Credit NHPR / Michael Brindley

1. Live Blog: House Votes 199-164 To Kill Casino Bill

Reporter Michael Brindley was live at the State House on Wednesday as the casino bill came up before the full House, and was ultimately voted down.

2. State Says No Evidence Of Air Pollution In Balsams Fire

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Best of Public Radio
12:00 pm
Sun May 26, 2013

Monumental Disagreements: Memorials in America

Credit Library of Congress

This is a country awash in monuments. They are the centerpieces of traffic circles, street corners and, of course, the National Mall. We have erected them to Rosie the Riveter and Confederate generals. Yet our ambivalence towards these monuments is as old as our enthusiasm for them. Case in point: The Washington Monument. Ever wonder why there isn’t actually a image of Washington on it?

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Granite Seen
8:44 am
Fri May 24, 2013

Photos: Week Of May 24

Lt. Jim Flanagan of the Manchester Police Department hands a pamphlet about distracted driving to a woman who was driving with her dog in her lap.
Credit NHPR / Michael Brindley
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Best of Public Radio
2:00 pm
Sun May 19, 2013

Gay In The Eyes Of God

Credit Ludovic Bertron / creative commons

Open any Torah, Bible or Koran, and the passages about homosexuality seem clear: being gay is an abomination; a sin; something that incurs the wrath of God. But for some, these interpretations are changing. "Gay in the Eyes of God" explores the ways in which the major American religious traditions grapple with acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. We present personal stories as well as  interpretations of scripture and theology - both traditional and progressive.

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Granite Seen
12:31 pm
Fri May 17, 2013

Photos: Week Of May 17

Producer Zach Nugent interviews Carly Gendell, playing Annie in Prescott Park's upcoming production, at last weekend's auditions for Sandy the dog. Stay tuned for more from Word of Mouth!
Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR
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NH News
5:15 pm
Tue May 14, 2013

State Unemployment Rate Dips To 5.5%

New Hampshire’s unemployment rate in April fell to 5.5%, down from 5.7% in March, according to new data from N.H. Employment Security.

During the month, the state’s economy added 3,400 jobs, with some of the biggest gains in construction and retail.

Local and state government shed an estimated 1,000 jobs during the period.

The national unemployment rate stands at 7.5%. 

Best of Public Radio
2:00 pm
Sun May 12, 2013

Vinyl Cafe: Mother's Day

Credit via PRX

The Vinyl Cafe features music - both live and recorded from new and established artists from throughout Canada. It also chronicles the misadventures of Dave, owner of a small record store and his family and neighbors. Host Stuart McLean is a best-selling author, award-winning journalist and humorist.

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Granite Seen
9:36 am
Fri May 10, 2013

Photos: Week Of May 10

Wendy Booth at a beehive she adopted.
Credit Ryan Lessard / NHPR
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