- Oct 15, 2004
A Personal Ode to the White Mountain School of Art
More than 400 artists are known to have painted in the White Mountains during the 19th century. My own relationship with the paintings of...
- Feb 7, 2002
The Joys of Collecting Local Landscapes
Charlie Vogel shares insights on White Mountain Art White Mountain Art is with us again! Not just as Nature designed it, in the actual...
- Dec 23, 1995
Fay Wray, The Valley's King Kong Connection
Recalling King Kong’s First Love She looked perfectly at home sitting poolside at the Tamworth Inn… It was hard to imagine this...
- Feb 17, 1995
The Homogenization of America
Driving across the U.S of A. is always an amazing undertaking—this is one big country. Of course, who am I to speak, when this is...
- Sep 4, 1987
Living and Working in Chat-ham
In the so-called immoral times of ancient Greece, philosopher Diogenes took to the streets with a lighted lantern in broad daylight to...
- Sep 4, 1987
North Conway Public Library Observes Milestone
Birthdays are a time for turning over a new leaf, a time to turn a new page in the book of one's life, so to speak. Pardon the literary...
- Oct 26, 1984
Ghost Sightings in the Valley
Did you think "Ghostbusters" was just a silly movie or did you think some of it might possibly have happened? Well, certainly not the...
- Oct 5, 1984
Judging Porcine Pulchritude
What makes a beautiful pig? Popular slang usage of the word pig might mean that there is no such thing as beautiful pig--it's just a...
- Sep 21, 1984
Volvo Leaves Valley After 10 Years
The Volvo International's 10-year association with the Valley came to an end last Friday when Volvo of America Senior Vice President...
- Sep 14, 1984
A Decade of Mud Madness
If 1984 was the 10th anniversary of the World Mud Bowl, does that make 2024 the 50th. Here's how it all started.