There’s never a good time to be sick, to be waiting in an emergency room, or preparing for an operation. But if you are going to need the attention of a primary care doctor, someone to mend a broken arm, or the services of a surgeon, the Upper Valley is not a bad place to be.
In the event of a medical emergency or a fire, everyone knows who to call. Punch 9-1-1 into your phone, and you know help will be on the way soon. But what if the help you need isn’t the result of a medical issue or a house fire?
The holidays are almost upon us! From now until the New Year, you’ll be busy buying gifts, planning meals, and attending parties. Who knows how you’ll manage to fit all these extra activities in to your already hectic lives?
If you were out and about in Los Angeles or Hollywood, you wouldn’t be surprised if you spied a star or two—that's where many famous actresses and actors live! You can even take a “Home of the Stars” guided tour of their neighborhoods.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld tells a joke about how his elderly parents, who lived in New York, didn’t want to move to Florida when they retired. But they had to. It was the law. If you lived in the north, you retired to the south.
If you’re a theater lover, and you’re new to the Upper Valley, you might think you have to trek to Boston or New York to meet your live theater needs.
School has been in session for a couple of months now, long enough for you to have at least some idea as to how your children are getting on. You can tell if they seem happy to head off to school each morning or if they’re struggling to complete their homework assignments.