The Granite State is graying and has been for decades - so what does that mean for the state's younger population? Today, we're taking to the streets to investigate one listener's question: Why does Portsmouth shut down at 9:00pm?
Then, we talk to Stay, Work, Play New Hampshire - whose goal is attracting more 20 and 30 somethings to the state, and we'll learn about the built-in advantages of living in a state the size of New Hampshire.
And we'll hear from singer and cellist Ben Sollee ahead of his performance in Concord at the Cap Center.
Listen to the full show
- You Asked, We Answered: Why Does Portsmouth Shut Down at 9:00pm? Producers Jimmy Gutierrez and Taylor Quimby head to the Seacoast to find the answer.
- Will Stewart, the new Executive Director of Stay, Work, Play stopped by to talk about how the granite state can entice its young citizens to stay, and how the state might make the state a more attractive place for 20 and 30 somethings to call home.
- Ben Sollee and Kentucky Native will play the Spotlight Cafe of the Capital Center for the Arts in Concord on Saturday, September 23rd.
- Civics 101: U.S. Voting Systems