Welcome to our recurring series “Who The Fuck Are All These Fucks?” in which we profile, in brief, each of the 2020 candidates for president. This series is not meant … Continue Reading 2020 Candidates: Kirsten Gillibrand
Part two in our perpetual, neverending series on the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. This week, I’m going to organize these into some kind of group to make them easier to … Continue Reading 2020 Candidates: Julian Castro
It’s part one in our… look, I’ll be honest, I have no idea how long this series is going to go for. The 2016 Republican slate was the largest in … Continue Reading 2020 Candidates: Tulsi Gabbard
Manufacturing jobs are politicians’ favorite subject. Every region needs more manufacturing jobs, they’re good jobs, they’re high-paying and magic and they grant you immortality. Politicians. Love. Manufacturing. Jobs. That got Salt … Continue Reading What do the New England states manufacture?
It’s been a couple months since the Salt & Granite adventure began. Any regrets? Well, yeah, first off: I haven’t gotten to Connecticut or Rhode Island since starting S&G, so I haven’t … Continue Reading Here’s a meal from a restaurant in each of the four New England states we’ve visited so far
There aren’t a lot of restaurants in East Burke, Vermont, population 132. Located in Vermont’s scenic and sparse Northeast Kingdom, East Burke is a hamlet at the base of Burke … Continue Reading We ate at the only “pub” in East Burke, Vermont, population 132
“Lately, commuter rail has been the thing to attract people…. But, we just don’t believe it’s viable in New Hampshire. Commuter rail has not been over well-received in the Committee [on … Continue Reading Yes, we do subsidize highway transporation
Perched at the corner of Elm and Hanover – a busy intersection in downtown Manchester, N.H. – sits the unassuming Cheddar half of Cheddar & Rye. Cheddar & Rye is … Continue Reading Cheddar & Rye’s nerdy grilled cheese persona belies its real restaurant roots
Today, the Westfield River is full of trout. It provides recreation opportunities to tens of thousands of kayakers and canoers every year. The Westfield River, which starts in the Berkshire … Continue Reading Why California’s auto emissions rules matter to New Englanders
I grew up in New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley, a place marked by great food and its two craft beers: Tuckerman and Moat Mountain. When I first moved to Maine, … Continue Reading There’s a Bud Light Experience in Merrimack and its way better than you expect
First of all, there’s an Oakland, Maine. This is where the food is cheap and good, the people are sharp-witted but friendly, and the furniture is clunky and uncomfortable. Early Bird Restaurant ticks every box.
The mysteries of life are deep. By global standards, New England is relatively new to the scene, born to Europeans in the 17th century. But for a country where 1950 … Continue Reading Why does Rhode Island call frappes “cabinets”?
The original left one unanswered question – who is Sophie’s father? – and it’s weird that Here We Go Again decides to answer it.
Donors can put money into political action committees that candidates, like House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA), can use to support *other* candidates. But Nunes – like many politicians … Continue Reading California Congressman Devin Nunes apparently likes the Boston Celtics