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Word of Mouth
1:00 pm
Wed September 24, 2014

9.24.14: Drug Tourism, Graham Cracker Origin Story, & Why We Make Things

Ayahuasca Vine (Banisteriopsis caapi) - Hallucinogenic Plants A Golden Guide
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If your last vacation took you to a tropical island or a snow capped mountain, you might find the very idea of traveling to another country in order to try native hallucinogens a little bizarre. On today's show we'll talk to a writer who traveled to Peru to investigate the growing trend of 'Drug Tourism' for herself. Also, a craftsman talks about why making things matters. Plus, the origins of graham crackers might have you looking at your afternoon snack a little differently.

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Word of Mouth
2:00 pm
Wed September 17, 2014

9.17.14: Are Historic Homes Worth Preserving & A Craftsman's Legacy

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New England tourism is built on fall foliage, winter skiing, and American history – for example, there are two New Hampshire house museums dedicated to President Franklin Pierce. But with low attendance and outmoded practices, are historic house museums really worth preserving? And, the host of a new TV show about craftsmanship talks about why handmade objects endure.

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NH News
5:40 pm
Fri May 25, 2012

Memorial Day Kicks Off Tourism Season

This Memorial Day weekend, the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism predicts more than half a million visitors will flock to the state.  That’s an increase of two-percent over last year.

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