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Today is bike-to-work day, an annual event across the country to promote the healthy and environmentally-friendly option of riding a bicycle to work. NPR wants to see your photos and so do we!

Post a photo of you and your bicycle to twitter and instagram using the hashtag #NHPRbike and #NPRbike. NHPR will retweet your photo and post it to this slideshow.

NHPR's resident bike expert and environment reporter Sam Evans-Brown took a shot this morning of his bike on his daily commute, where he also stopped to get fresh milk and eggs on his way to work.

We want to see where you take us this spring and summer. Send a photo of your NHPR bumper sticker--wherever you might have plastered it--and we'll post it here, and on our Facebook page.

You can also send us pics of NHPR bumper stickers you see during your travels. 

(photo credit: <a href="http://www.notchland.com/">Notchland Inn</a>)

When you make your gift of any amount to NHPR by midnight on Sunday May 20, you'll be entered to win a two night getaway at the Notchland Inn, and a White Mountains Attractions Value pass!

Here's how to give and enter:

Web: Make a gift online here, or click the support link at the top of the page.

Mobile: Text-to-Give (complete instructions)

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We'd like to know more about how small businesses are doing in Manchester. Tell us your experiences and share what you know through our Public Insight Network! Click here.

Recyclemania

May 9, 2012
Nathan Chervek, NHPR

Now that we've cleaned our desks we're in the midst of what our Green Team calls Recyclemania. Here's the electronic recycling. 

Chris Jensen for NHPR

A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH website.

NHPR is thrilled to announce the addition of Sarah Ashworth to its award-winning news team. Sarah joins NHPR from Minnesota Public Radio, where she directed and produced Morning Edition. Prior to working at MPR, she was a producer for The Diane Rehm Show. She spent three years as a reporter and producer at Vermont Public Radio, working on the station’s one-hour talk program, Vermont Edition. Previously, she worked as news director at KBIA radio in Columbia, Missouri.

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We'll provide live coverage of President Obama's address to the nation on his visit to Afghanistan. This NPR coverage will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Listen to this special report on nhpr and nhpr.org.

Merry Month of May

May 1, 2012
photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/spisharam/2401019802/">spisharam</a> / flickr

Beginning Monday, May 7, NHPR has a special offering for you each week during the Merry Month of May.

Check back online and listen on-air for complete details!

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A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH website.

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A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH website.

Author James Swan wrote 101 Things I Hate About Your House, and he’s prepared to share.  Join James, Company C and NHPR for a night of home design disaster prevention.  With a keen sense of design and a strong sense of humor, Swan, interviewed by NHPR's Rebecca Lavoie, will explore the many comical design mistakes that we make in our homes. With quick tips on how to brighten up our space and warnings on what to avoid at all costs, h

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A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH website.

1) NH News: Official: 1 officer killed, 4 injured in Greenland shooting Attorney General Michael Delaney says 48-year-old Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney was the officer killed during a drug raid-turned-shootout that left four other officers wounded. 

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A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH website.

1) North Country: Boston Man Missing After Falling Into Crevasse on Mount Washington  A Massachusetts man fell into a deep crevasse in the Tuckerman Ravine Sunday afternoon and is thought to have died, according to a news release late Monday from the White Mountain National Forest.

Socrates Exchange Makes Some Progress Of Its Own

Mar 30, 2012

A few years back, we started this little ole series called the Socrates Exchange - originally the idea was six shows that had a really neat angle and could possibly be great radio for our listeners.  Over time the project's direction grew, and we decided to reach out to younger people, got schools discussing the topics in the classroom, and invited high schools to come and participate in live shows.

A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH website.

1) The Exchange: Ira Byock: The Best Care Possible  In his new book, Byock calls for a new approach toward the end of life; one focused on taking care of persons, not just “bodies”, and helping patients and their families reach decisions about dying.

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...Joel Green and Diane Raum-Green of Peterborough, NH

Thank you Joel and Diane! And, thanks to all of you who contributed to NHPR's March Fund Drive.

Your support makes New Hampshire Public Radio possible!

...Alice Passer of Greenland, NH

Thank you Alice, and thanks to all who have contributed to NHPR's March Fund Drive.

Your support makes NHPR possible!

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A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH website.

1) North Country: Celina Cass Stepfather Questioned Before Grand Jury  A Coos County Grand jury met Monday in Lancaster as the investigation into the death of 11-year-old Celina Cass continues.

You did it!

Mar 19, 2012

Thank you for your support! NHPR has raised its March Fund Drive goal of $450,000 and will receive an additional $20,000 grant from the Byrne Foundation, allowing us to continue to provide the programming and news you value.

We couldn't have made this goal without your support!

 

 

 

 

... Deborah Yon of Merrimack, NH

Thank you Deborah, and thanks to all who have contributed to NHPR's March Fund Drive.

Your support makes NHPR possible!

...John Doran of Amherst, NH

Congratulations John, and thanks to all who donated to NHPR's March Fund Drive. You make NHPR possible!

...Scott Piddington of Sanbornton, NH

Congratulations Scott, and thanks to all who donated to NHPR's March Fund Drive. You make NHPR possible!

Sheryl Rich-Kern

A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH  website.

 

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Yesterday, the NHPR team put the finishing touches on setting up Pledge Central,  the location where about twenty volunteers and a handful of staff will sit and answer your calls and log your donations throughout the March Fund Drive. NHPR's fundraising success would not be possible without the two hundred volunteers who donate their time to assist in our year-long effort.

In addition to raising support for Granite Staters' beloved-and only-statewide public radio service, food is the other drive-time highlight around the station.

Hikers on Franconia Ridge
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A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and StateImpact - NH  website.

1) North Country: Two Credited with Saving Lives of Four Massachusetts Hikers A Fish and Game official says four ill-equipped hikers from Massachusetts probably would have died Sunday on the Franconia Ridge had two Connecticut men not happened along.

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A roundup of the top-ten most-read stories on nhpr.org and the StateImpact - NH website. For the second concurrent week,  Word of Mouth's segment on the tiny, bare-bones computer, Raspberry Pi, remains at the top of the list of most-read stories on nhpr.org.

ClassicalNH Launched!

Feb 20, 2012

New Hampshire Public Radio has teamed up with Highland Community Broadcasting to make classical music more readily available to the Granite State and beyond.

This collaboration allows an expansion of services in the Capital Region and enables both organizations to take advantage of new technologies now available on HD Radio and online.

NHPR and the New Hampshire Union Leader are proud to sponsor The 59th Annual New Hampshire State Spelling Bee scheduled for  March 3, in Concord.   The best spellers from around the Granite State will gather to compete.

The top speller will go on to represent New Hampshire at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, DC.  

Schedule of Events | March 3, 2012

9-10 a.m.                   Registration

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