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Granite State Crossfit Plans Memorial Day Workout

By Matt Sullivan + March 6th, 2014

Granite State Crossfit, together with Murphy’s Taproom, will be hosting a benefit Crossfit WOD (translation: Workout of the Day) challenge on May 17, 2014 to benefit charity.

Bike Manchester Takes on Potholes

By Matt Sullivan + March 5th, 2014

Bike Manchester, a group that advocates better infrastructure in the city for cycling enthusiasts and commuters, isn’t swerving around one of the Queen City’s growing problems: potholes.

NLP Rampage: A New Fitness Challenge for NH

By Matt Sullivan + January 9th, 2013

A new type of event for the exercise-minded. With the Rampage, there is now a twist to fitness competitions by making the event be team oriented. This battle is as much about strategy as it is about pure muscle.

The Gyro Spot

By Matt Sullivan + August 20th, 2012

First of all, it’s a soft “G”, so the Greek sandwich is pronounced “yee-row”, not “gi-row”. But don’t worry, no one will correct you at The Gyro Spot, Manchester’s newest Elm Street restaurant.

CHaD East-West High School Football Game

By Matt Sullivan + December 20th, 2011

The Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) is pleased to announce the BASC New Hampshire East – West High School All-Star Football Game, the first-ever intrastate high school football all-star game featuring New Hampshire’s top athletes.

MHT Hackers Meetup

By Matt Sullivan + December 15th, 2011

Been working on some code, but can’t seem to get it right? Join like-minded “hackers” to get those juices flowing! This is a weekly, open invitation to all web dev/design types looking to work on their projects alongside other like-minded folks. We’ll have snacks and drinks, and we wouldn’t say no to a little BYOB.

Play Date NH

By Matt Sullivan + September 29th, 2011

Using board games, card games and the like in and around the classroom is farily old hat. Any math teacher will break out the dice or a pack of cards to teach a class about probability and it wouldn’t be a stretch to crack open a Scrabble board in English. But there are deeper skills that games can impart. Play Date NH is about bringing those extra experiences to Manchester’s students.


By Matt Sullivan + August 16th, 2011

LivableMHT is a website and online community dedicated to promoting and envisioning greater livability and stronger urban development patterns in Manchester, New Hampshire. LivableMHT features the ideas, thoughts and ambitions of members of the Manchester community.

Mill Falls Charter School

By Matt Sullivan + August 10th, 2011

It was a hot summer day last August when the notion of building a charter Montessori school first took hold. I was talking with another mom about how much we loved the private Montessori school our children attend, and together wondered if there was any way this powerful approach to learning could find a home in a public school setting here in New Hampshire.

Shelter Dog Training

By Matt Sullivan + August 1st, 2011

It’s a pretty much a rule of dog shelters: the puppies always go first. I’ll admit, when I rescued my dog from Puppy Angels, I immediately choose a Southern-rescue puppy. Unfortunately that leaves some great dogs waiting far too long to find their “forever homes”. At the Manchester Animal Shelter, volunteer Carolyn VanderHorst has recently […]

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