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Look good, feel great!
… And lighten up!

For many people, a new year means new goals and a new chance to focus on the things that are really important. One common goal is to feel lighter — but weight loss is only one way to shake off that heavy feeling. We look at ways to lighten up the food you eat, lighten your mess and lighten your mental load and places to go for a couple of light-hearted moments. And, for women, we even look at the ultimate way to feel lighter with the help of one little garment.

THEATER: Las Vegas shows the way
Manch Vegas looks on from afar
By John “jaQ” Andrews  jandrews@hippopress.com

January brings two traditions: predictions for the year ahead and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Also working out with rapidly decreasing frequency, an uptick in traffic to Internet dating sites and 20 percent more ink usage from scribbling out the wrong year on checks and letters, but we’ll focus on predictions and CES.

 

LONGSHOTS: Questions abound as second season arrives for Pats
by Dave Long 

The Patriots are a few days away from their opening-round playoff game with the sinister Baltimore Ravens, so, as the guy on Monday Night Football likes to say, “Are you ready for some football” talk?

FOOD: A new Leaf
From Seedling to Bistro, Nashua restaurateurs evolve

By Linda A. Thompson-Odum food@hippopress.com

The Rustic Leaf Bistro has opened in Milford, and its name is symbolic to owners Joshua and Danielle Enright. This new spot is a natural evolution from their former restaurant, the Seedling Café in Nashua, just as a seedling grows to sprout leaves.

TECHIE: Las Vegas shows the way
Manch Vegas looks on from afar
By John “jaQ” Andrews  jandrews@hippopress.com

January brings two traditions: predictions for the year ahead and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Also working out with rapidly decreasing frequency, an uptick in traffic to Internet dating sites and 20 percent more ink usage from scribbling out the wrong year on checks and letters, but we’ll focus on predictions and CES.

PEOPLE: Nonprofit economy
NH groups responding to the challenge

Nonprofits in New Hampshire were hit hard by the economy’s recent downward spiral. Mary Ellen Jackson, executive director of the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, has seen entities restructure, reorganize, look for partnerships and take other measures to remain operative. Some haven’t held together. Successful nonprofits sharpened their focuses.

December 31, 2009

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