Photos: Week Of May 3 By NHPR Staff • May 3, 2013 TweetShareGoogle+Email Beams with the silhouette of the Old Man of the Mountain stand at the Profile Plaza. May 3rd marks the 10th anniversary of the profile's collapse. Credit NHPR / Michael Brindley Dick Hamilton marks off stones at the Profile Plaza that have been reserved. Credit NHPR / Michael Brindley Senator Molly Kelly of Keene speaks on the Senate floor on Thursday. Credit Todd Bookman / NHPR Critics of Sen. Ayotte's vote picket across the street from supporters at a town hall in Tilton on Tuesday. Credit Michael Brindley / NHPR Linda Twombly, left, and Sarah Brown, right, hold signs supporting Sen. Kelly Ayotte before a town hall meeting in Tilton on Tuesday. Credit Michael Brindley / NHPR Tags: Granite SeenPhotosTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Ten Years Later, Old Man Of The Mountain's Legacy Lives On By Michael Brindley • May 2, 2013 NHPR / Michael Brindley Friday marks 10 years since the Old Man of the Mountain, New Hampshire’s most iconic symbol, collapsed from its point along the side of Cannon Mountain. A ceremony will be held Friday at 11:30 a.m. to commemorate the anniversary. One thing you can say about the Old Man of the Mountain – he’s got staying power. Just ask Dick Hamilton, head of the Old Man’s legacy fund. “It’s on our license plate. It’s on the highway signs. It’s on the State Trooper cruiser. It’s on the state quarter.” Supporters, Critics Of Sen. Ayotte Clash At Town Hall Meeting By Michael Brindley • Apr 30, 2013 Michael Brindley / NHPR At a Town Hall Meeting in Tilton on Tuesday, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte field roughly a dozen questions from the audience, on topics ranging from immigration to Benghazi. But none dealt directly with her recent vote against expanded background checks for gun sales, a measure that failed in the Senate. Though it didn’t come up during the questions, the topic was clearly on the minds of those in attendance. Before the meeting started, many held signs outside, either critical of Ayotte’s vote, or stating their support for her.