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One Of Boston's Favorite Used Bookstores Sets Up Shop In New Hampshire

Vincent McCaffrey spent three decades selling books on Boston’s Newbury Street. His shop, Avenue Victor Hugo Books , became famous in the city. After it closed, he retailed his vast collection of used books online. Last year, Vincent and his wife packed it all up, including tens-of-thousands of volumes, and moved to the decidedly less urban environment of Lee, New Hampshire. The one-time fixture between Tower Records and Urban Outfitters is now housed in a small quintessential barn in the center

6 MIN5 d ago
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One Of Boston's Favorite Used Bookstores Sets Up Shop In New Hampshire

DCYF Director Says N.H. More Focused On Keeping Families Together

Reports of child abuse and neglect reached a record high in New Hampshire during the last fiscal year. That's according to data released last week by the Division for Children, Youth and Families, the state's child welfare system. NHPR's Morning Edition Host Rick Ganley spoke with the DCYF director Joe Ribsam about what this data mean for measuring the agency's progress and how DCYF plans to do better. (Editor's note: below is a partial transcript from the NHPR interview that's been lightly

4 MIN6 d ago
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DCYF Director Says N.H. More Focused On Keeping Families Together

As Presidential Hopefuls Offer Addiction Solutions, N.H.'s Experience Is At The Forefront

Drug recovery centers first became a stop on the campaign trail in the 2016 New Hampshire primary, and they’re playing an especially important role this year, as presidential hopefuls unveil their plans to tackle the opioid crisis.

6 MIN1 w ago
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As Presidential Hopefuls Offer Addiction Solutions, N.H.'s Experience Is At The Forefront

Outside/In Roundtable: Cap and Trade

The Outside/In team demystifies cap-and-trade programs in the Northeast.

15 MIN1 w ago
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Outside/In Roundtable: Cap and Trade

Outside/In: How to Buy Clothes That Last

News you can use: how to buy clothes that last.

4 MIN1 w ago
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Outside/In: How to Buy Clothes That Last

Leaving Manchester VA, Montoya Defends Handling of Flies in Operating Rooms

Flies have once again forced the closure of now all three of the Manchester VA's operating rooms. This comes just as Medical Center Director Al Montoya is preparing to leave the Manchester VA for a job leading the Connecticut VA system. Montoya took the helm as director in July 2017 when the past director was removed from her position after 11 whistleblowers came forward with allegations of mismanagement of a variety of things, including how to remove flies from the operating room.

8 MIN1 w ago
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Leaving Manchester VA, Montoya Defends Handling of Flies in Operating Rooms

The Bookshelf: Joe Hill on Collaboration: 'Story is Our Family's Private Language'

When Joe Hill launched his career as a writer, he didn't want anyone to know about his famous writer parents, Stephen and Tabitha King. Rather than ride their coattails, he wanted to find success on his own—thus the pen name, Joe Hill. Now, more than a decade since his first collection of stories was published, Hill is comfortable with publicly discussing his origins as a writer—so comfortable, in fact, that his introduction to his newest collection of short stories features descriptions of

18 MIN1 w ago
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The Bookshelf: Joe Hill on Collaboration: 'Story is Our Family's Private Language'

As Primary Approaches, Democratic Voters Recalibrate Their Relationship To The News

As they face one of the largest presidential fields in generations, Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire are looking for ways to keep up with all the platforms and policy proposals. But for voters of all stripes, navigating the news is more complicated than ever before. Political attacks on news organizations have undermined faith in the press, and as a result, media organizations are often drawn into the political fight of the day. NHPR’s Daniela Allee talked with Democratic voters who

5 MIN1 w ago
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As Primary Approaches, Democratic Voters Recalibrate Their Relationship To The News

Faith, In All Forms, a Regular Topic for 2020 Democratic Candidates

The Democrats hoping to win their party’s nomination for president represent the most diverse field in history. Along with age, race, and sexual orientation, the candidates also come with a broad range of religious and spiritual beliefs. As they make their way across New Hampshire, some candidates are talking about those beliefs in ways Democrats usually don’t.

4 MIN2 w ago
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Faith, In All Forms, a Regular Topic for 2020 Democratic Candidates

Joe Sambo's New Hampshire-Made Reggae

The weather is starting to cool down in New Hampshire, which makes right now a great time to hear some music that calls to mind the beach and sunshine. Salem-based musician Joe Sambo’s first album, “ The Wrong Impression ,” features reggae music warm enough to erase the chill of autumn. It reached number one on the reggae charts earlier this spring, and in September he won the New England Music Award in the category of “Best Male Performer of the Year.” Joe Sambo spoke with NHPR’s Peter Biello.

8 MIN2 w ago
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Joe Sambo's New Hampshire-Made Reggae

Latest Episodes

One Of Boston's Favorite Used Bookstores Sets Up Shop In New Hampshire

Vincent McCaffrey spent three decades selling books on Boston’s Newbury Street. His shop, Avenue Victor Hugo Books , became famous in the city. After it closed, he retailed his vast collection of used books online. Last year, Vincent and his wife packed it all up, including tens-of-thousands of volumes, and moved to the decidedly less urban environment of Lee, New Hampshire. The one-time fixture between Tower Records and Urban Outfitters is now housed in a small quintessential barn in the center

6 MIN5 d ago
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One Of Boston's Favorite Used Bookstores Sets Up Shop In New Hampshire

DCYF Director Says N.H. More Focused On Keeping Families Together

Reports of child abuse and neglect reached a record high in New Hampshire during the last fiscal year. That's according to data released last week by the Division for Children, Youth and Families, the state's child welfare system. NHPR's Morning Edition Host Rick Ganley spoke with the DCYF director Joe Ribsam about what this data mean for measuring the agency's progress and how DCYF plans to do better. (Editor's note: below is a partial transcript from the NHPR interview that's been lightly

4 MIN6 d ago
Comments
DCYF Director Says N.H. More Focused On Keeping Families Together

As Presidential Hopefuls Offer Addiction Solutions, N.H.'s Experience Is At The Forefront

Drug recovery centers first became a stop on the campaign trail in the 2016 New Hampshire primary, and they’re playing an especially important role this year, as presidential hopefuls unveil their plans to tackle the opioid crisis.

6 MIN1 w ago
Comments
As Presidential Hopefuls Offer Addiction Solutions, N.H.'s Experience Is At The Forefront

Outside/In Roundtable: Cap and Trade

The Outside/In team demystifies cap-and-trade programs in the Northeast.

15 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Outside/In Roundtable: Cap and Trade

Outside/In: How to Buy Clothes That Last

News you can use: how to buy clothes that last.

4 MIN1 w ago
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Outside/In: How to Buy Clothes That Last

Leaving Manchester VA, Montoya Defends Handling of Flies in Operating Rooms

Flies have once again forced the closure of now all three of the Manchester VA's operating rooms. This comes just as Medical Center Director Al Montoya is preparing to leave the Manchester VA for a job leading the Connecticut VA system. Montoya took the helm as director in July 2017 when the past director was removed from her position after 11 whistleblowers came forward with allegations of mismanagement of a variety of things, including how to remove flies from the operating room.

8 MIN1 w ago
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Leaving Manchester VA, Montoya Defends Handling of Flies in Operating Rooms

The Bookshelf: Joe Hill on Collaboration: 'Story is Our Family's Private Language'

When Joe Hill launched his career as a writer, he didn't want anyone to know about his famous writer parents, Stephen and Tabitha King. Rather than ride their coattails, he wanted to find success on his own—thus the pen name, Joe Hill. Now, more than a decade since his first collection of stories was published, Hill is comfortable with publicly discussing his origins as a writer—so comfortable, in fact, that his introduction to his newest collection of short stories features descriptions of

18 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Bookshelf: Joe Hill on Collaboration: 'Story is Our Family's Private Language'

As Primary Approaches, Democratic Voters Recalibrate Their Relationship To The News

As they face one of the largest presidential fields in generations, Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire are looking for ways to keep up with all the platforms and policy proposals. But for voters of all stripes, navigating the news is more complicated than ever before. Political attacks on news organizations have undermined faith in the press, and as a result, media organizations are often drawn into the political fight of the day. NHPR’s Daniela Allee talked with Democratic voters who

5 MIN1 w ago
Comments
As Primary Approaches, Democratic Voters Recalibrate Their Relationship To The News

Faith, In All Forms, a Regular Topic for 2020 Democratic Candidates

The Democrats hoping to win their party’s nomination for president represent the most diverse field in history. Along with age, race, and sexual orientation, the candidates also come with a broad range of religious and spiritual beliefs. As they make their way across New Hampshire, some candidates are talking about those beliefs in ways Democrats usually don’t.

4 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Faith, In All Forms, a Regular Topic for 2020 Democratic Candidates

Joe Sambo's New Hampshire-Made Reggae

The weather is starting to cool down in New Hampshire, which makes right now a great time to hear some music that calls to mind the beach and sunshine. Salem-based musician Joe Sambo’s first album, “ The Wrong Impression ,” features reggae music warm enough to erase the chill of autumn. It reached number one on the reggae charts earlier this spring, and in September he won the New England Music Award in the category of “Best Male Performer of the Year.” Joe Sambo spoke with NHPR’s Peter Biello.

8 MIN2 w ago
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Joe Sambo's New Hampshire-Made Reggae