Events Can Put You on the Travelers’ Map: But It Isn’t Easy

New Hampshire residents saw this effect during the 24 years that people traveled from near and far to attend Keene, New Hampshire’s annual Pumpkin Festival. Many of the thousands of attendees were people who had never heard of Keene previously.

Many Bags Full of Hope And Other Stuff For This ‘Bag Lady’

JOYFUL MUSINGS: As I type, I glance to several bags I have propped by the door – one holds a myriad of goods – including Portsmouth’s Music Hall’s magazine, a phone charger, a map of New York City, a package of Bumble Bee Tuna, a whistle, two lipsticks and a microphone.

NH DHHS Identifies First Jamestown Canyon Virus Case in New Hampshire  

State Epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan. “It is an uncommon infection to be found, but similar to WNV and EEE, it also has the potential to cause serious health complications, including central nervous system infection. Because of the risk for various infections from mosquitoes, we want to remind people to take steps to avoid mosquito bites and remove areas of standing water around their homes where mosquitoes might breed and reproduce.”

A Stealth History Lesson in Baltimore

All of us — the workers, the cops, the mayor, scattered reporters and onlookers — watched the focus of the work, an imposing sculpture of Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, each on his horse. The crane lowered a big harness dangling from a red metal hook. One worker clambered up on a ladder to fit the harness around the prodigious girth of the generals’ steeds. There was much adjustment and anticipation.

At Center for Auto Safety, a New Leader for a New Era

The job “will be more challenging than it has ever been before because the administration announced publicly they want to deregulate everything,” said Rosemary Shahan, the president of Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety, a California-based group.