Dave Andreesen

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Good Idea or Going Too Far? Durham’s Christmas Tree Deemed Exclusionary

This may be the last year Durham’s Christmas tree is decorated after the town’s Human Rights Commission says it…

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Seacoast’s ‘Caring and Sharing’ Food Drive Sets Collection Record

We’ve collected all weekend long and the results are in: 36,500 cans of food and over $7,500 in cash…

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WATCH: CAP of Strafford is Back With Another Amusing Lip Sync Carpool Karaoke Mashup

  It’s fair to say that last year’s Community Action…

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How to Get Your Free Taco From Taco Bell Courtesy of Mookie Betts

It’s fair to say we can thank Mookie Betts for helping the Red Sox bring home their seventh World…

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Rochester’s ‘Trucktober Fest’ Will Have Over a Dozen Food Trucks Slinging All Kinds of Yum Yums

The forecast for Sunday looks like the rain will be long gone by the time “Trucktober Fest” takes over…

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What Would You Do if You Won the Mega Millions Jackpot

Are you one of those people who play the lotto all the time? Only when it gets big? Or…

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A Dream Come True! Going to UNH and Getting Credit to Learn How to Make Beer

Imagine going to college to learn how to make beer? It’s now a reality with a new program being offered by the University of New Hampshire in Durham. The Craft Brewery Startup Workshop is a five-day class that will expose wanna-be beer makers to seasoned, professional brewers who will talk about the inner workings of the business and share some of their experiences getting started. The program promises participants will leave with a better understanding of the craft beer industry, a personalized business plan, and introduction to some contacts in the industry. Tuition for the class is $750 and includes tours of several breweries and access to the New Hampshire Craft Brew Conference on Manchester.

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Do-nut Miss Out on Harpoon and Dunkin’s Beer Collaboration This October

If you’re a fan of iced coffees and beer, then Dunkin Donuts and Harpoon has a special treat for you this month. The two beverage companies have teamed up for “Dunkin Porter Coffee." It’s available in select stores and bars. Boston-based Harpoon said the beer “has a smooth mouthfeel with aromas of espresso and dark chocolate." The beer is 6 percent ABV and a six pack comes in a glass 12 oz. bottle in Dunkin’s orange and pink colors. To find out where you can buy Dunkin’ Porter Coffee, you can go to Harpoon’s beer finder.