Open Houses of Landmarks in Varied Stages of Preservation, N.H. Preservation Alliance Program Spotlights Endangered Historic Landmarks
The Hotel Concord patio promises to make the Capital Commons building an iconic Main Street landmark.
The Hotel Concord, located on Main Street in Concord, New Hampshire, a AAA Four Diamond hotel, understands that today’s business travelers are looking for more than free wifi and a continental breakfast, and focused on this segment of the travel market when designing the hotel’s 38 well-appointed rooms.
Ted Bunch is an educator, activist, and lecturer working to end all forms of violence and discrimination against women and girls. As the chief development officer for A CALL TO MEN, Ted is internationally recognized for his efforts to prevent violence against women while promoting a healthy, respectful manhood.
Design Squad Global empowers middle school kids to solve real-world problems and understand the impact of engineering in a global context.
For the first time, the NASJA Communicator’s Camp is offering a special 3-session workshop for industry marketing and public relations professionals in partnership with NASJA members Ski Maine and SAM Magazine. The sessions will be facilitated by the nationally-recognized public relations and management consulting firm Jackson Jackson & Wagner throughout the day on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
In 1994, the Waterville Company divested most of its operating assets, including the ski facilities, but retained the remaining developable land. The Company continued to serve as the master developer of the resort community and steward of Tom Corcoran’s vision.
At its annual Awards evening, held this year on June 20 at the Capital Commons building in Concord, Plan NH revealed this year’s Merit Award projects. The projects were selected from a field of nominations by a jury of diverse professionals within the planning, design and development industries.
Trump administration’s move to kill the law would be a gut punch to the Granite State
The Arts Advocate of the Year honors a leader in the arts community who demonstrates forward thinking and enthusiasm for the arts