Photos: Week of March 15th By NHPR Staff • Mar 15, 2013 TweetShareGoogle+Email Vivian Beer works on her Anchored Candy series Credit Emily Corwin / NHPR Vivian Beer with a recently completed piece. Credit Emily Corwin / NHPR New Hampshire Wind Watch has signs sprinkled around the region. Opposing green "Yes" signs have been distributed by Iberdrola, and can be found in front of a few homes as well. Credit Sam Evans-Brown / NHPR Parishioners attend mass at St. Joseph's Cathedral in Manchester Credit Jonathan Lynch / NHPR One of Dartmouth's Jose Orozco murals, which became a historical landmark this week. Credit Eli Burakian/Dartmouth College Tags: Inside NHPRPhotosGranite SeenTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content How To Make Furniture Sexy (And Other Lessons From An Artist) By Emily Corwin • Mar 15, 2013 Emily Corwin / NHPR The New Hampshire Furniture Masters are featuring the work of three female furniture makers through April 9, in Concord. This story features one of the artists, at her workshop in Manchester. Newfound Voters Reject Wind Farms By Sam Evans-Brown • Mar 12, 2013 Sam Evans-Brown / NHPR It’s town meeting season. Around Newfound Lake Several towns are contemplating non-binding resolutions to take the pulse of voters on the question of wind-farms. New Hampshire Catholics Celebrate New Pope By Jonathan Lynch • Mar 14, 2013 Jonathan Lynch / NHPR Catholics held a special mass in Manchester Wednesday night to celebrate the selection of the new pope. Parishioners gathered on short notice at St. Joseph’s Cathedral Wednesday night to commemorate the anointing of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francis I. Bishop Peter Labasci was on hand to lead the mass. He asked those in attendance to welcome the new pope and to pray for his success in leading the church. Labasci said the selection of the Argentine came as a surprise to him: Dartmouth Murals Become National Historic Landmark By Liz Faiella • Mar 15, 2013 Eli Burakian/Dartmouth College A set of murals at Dartmouth College by the Mexican artist Jose Clemente Orozco has been named a national historic landmark.