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
The Rising Stars Awards are an initiative of Stay Work Play, in partnership with New Hampshire Public Radio, to celebrate and recognize New Hampshire’s remarkable young professionals and college students, initiatives to keep them here, and the businesses and programs that go the extra mile to recruit and retain them.
On Saturday, June 1, the 29th Annual WOKQ Chowder Festival took place at Portsmouth’s Prescott Park. The festival was zero-waste, courtesy of the partnership between the Prescott Park Arts Festival and seacoast business Eco-Movement.
“It’s a well-loved tradition,” said festival coordinator Ben Anderson. “People come from all over. The restaurants take it very seriously.”
Seacoast restaurants including Bob’s Clam Hut, Warren’s Restaurant, Newick’s Lobster House, and The Portsmouth Brewery competed with chowders of every type, including seafood, clam, scallop, and veggie.