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By Matt Sullivan + April 2nd, 2014

iHeartDining is changing the way discount sites work, bringing benefits to both restaurants and customers. Founder Daryl Eames explains his motivation and passion for NH.

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.

GallerySprout – Connecting Artists & Galleries

By Matt Sullivan + January 24th, 2013

As Amherst, NH based artist Peter Batchelder started to have more of his paintings displayed in galleries throughout New England, he began to see a common problem. Whether it was the white wall art outposts of Boston or the seasonal galleries of the Cape, Batchelder realized that many gallery owners and artists lacked an easy way to display their current work on the web. From this inspiration, GallerySprout was born.

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 Hardest 26.2

By Matt Sullivan + December 3rd, 2012

In my mind, one of the best examples of a true runner is Teresa Robinson. From her NH Runner articles in the Union Leader, or her personal running blog, Teresa is a very recognizable face of running in NH. This is the her hardest 26.2.

Iron & Air

By Matt Sullivan + August 27th, 2012

If you’ve ever had the chance to ride a motorcycle, it’s easy to understand the tag line behind Iron & Air Magazine: “Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul.” The passion & freedom of the motorcycle lifestyle, specifically with an eye towards cafe racers and the “British era” of motorcycles is driving force behind Iron & Air, the online magazine from serial entrepreneur Brett Houle.

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.

Midnight Brunch

By Matt Sullivan + December 27th, 2011

Midnight Brunch is a pop-up culinary experience featuring ethnic-inspired food and craft cocktails.

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.

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