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The greatest comeback I have to start out by talking about the Super Bowl game. Wow! It was the greatest comeback, ever, in any sport, in my opinion. The New England Patriots are Super Bowl champiLarry Marsolais ons for the fifth time, and they got that ring in dramatic fashion. I am a fan and so I ask, how many of you gave up at halftime? The game looked like it was over, but we do have Tom Brady, and he proved to all of us that he is one of the greatest quarterback ever. … That was just an amazing game, and I hope you all enjoyed watching it as much as I did. Now, let’s talk Valentine’s Day. It’s on Tuesday, Feb. 14. Whether you’re
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The Poker Room Casino in Hampton Falls will host a weeklong fundraiser for Crimeline for the Hamptons, an anonymous police tipline. Find out more about Crimeline and the fundraiser on p. 5.
The Seaglass Restaurant & Lounge in Salisbury is hosting a Kendall-Jackson Wine Dinner on Feb. 19. Find out who will be there and what will be served on p. 24.
The Hampton Falls Free Library presents living historian Sally Mummey on Tuesday, Feb. 21, for “Mary Todd Lincoln: An Unconventional Woman.” See p. 30 for details.
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Crimeline helps Seacoast residents help police The Poker Room Casino in Hampton Falls will host a weeklong fundraiser for Crimeline for the Hamptons, an anonymous police tipline, from Sunday, Feb. 12, to Saturday, Feb. 18. Crimeline partners with police departments from Seabrook, Hampton Falls, Hampton and North Hampton. The group administers an anonymous tip text line and provides up to $1,000 in reward money for tips about suspicious activity that leads to arrests. Police said fundraising has not always been easy. Hampton Police Lt. Daniel J. Gidley said Crimeline began with telemarketers making telephone calls to residents in the four towns that it serves. However, the fundraising idea did not work well. Today, there are far fewer complaints from residents about the nuisance telephone calls, and Crimeline is trying to raise money through The Poker Room. “The Crimeline saw a significant decrease in fundraising using telemarketers to call residents in the four towns it serves,” Gidley said. “There was competition for the same dollars by both local, county and statewide agencies, with only a small percentage of that money going to the agency or charitable organization.” Det. Sgt. Stephen J. Champey of the Hampton Police Department said tipsters communicate with the police through a serPoker Room fundraiser The Poker Room General Manager Scott Richardson said for each day of the fundraiser (Feb. 12 through Feb. 18) 35 percent of the gaming house money will go to Crimeline. The state-regulated casino pays the state 10 to 12 percent while the remaining 50 percent pays for labor, equipment and taxes, Richardson said. “We’ve partnered with Crimeline for about six years,” Richardson said. “They’ve always been good to work with. Some charities come in and simply grab their checks, but Crimeline tries to generate more customers. I also like that they’re local, keeping money in the community.” Richardson said patrons gamble or pay for drinks, and the Crimeline will receive 35 percent of those profits. Signs around the casino will advertise the fundraising agency, he said. Crimeline Chairman Kiki Bolle Evans said admission is free, and there will be tables for beginners to learn how to play games of chance, so experience is not necessary. The venue’s hours are noon to midnight, except Monday and Thursday, when the establishment opens at 2 p.m.
Volunteers for Crimeline for the Hamptons, Inc., a nonprofit organization that funds an anonymous tip text line and supports local law enforcement, were joined by Chief Michael Maddocks of the North Hampton Police Department at the December 2016 Experience Hampton Christmas Parade. Spectators expressed their appreciation for Maddocks, who donned roller blades to traverse the parade route. Courtesy photo.
vice called Tipsoft, which completely hides their identity. “The public needs to know that the police cannot do it alone, and with the public’s help we can be far more effective,” Champey said. “This is why we encourage people to use the Crimeline if they want to report something but are hesitant because they don’t want to be named.” Seabrook Police Community Relations Officer John Mounsey said residents are often afraid to call the police with tips. “With Crimeline, if they choose to be involved, great,” he said. “If not, at least they point us in the right path. The last thing we want is to see someone die or be harmed.” However, he said most people tend to come forward. “More than 80 percent of the time reporting parties provide their names, or some form of a callback,” Mounsey said. Crimeline Chairman Kiki Bolle Evans said she came up with the idea when new families moved into her neighborhood in Seabrook and there was suspicious activity. Evans said neighbors were concerned due to their proximity to Interstate 95. How to submit a tip Submit tips via tipsubmit.com by selecting “Hamptons” as the region, or text the word “Crimes” (274637) with the keyword “Hamptons” and leave the tip in the message area. Visit Facebook.com/ hamptoncrimeline.
“Vehicles were coming and going, making multiple trips, pointing to drug exchange,” Evans said. “The occupant didn’t work full-time. So I asked police if they have Crimeline, and they said, ‘No but you can start one.’” Last year, Crimeline had some notable successes. The tipline helped solve a burglary at Pet City on Lafayette Road. It was instrumental in locating a lost teenage girl, and it helped police to monitor regular drug activity, particularly heroin use, Mounsey said. Crimeline provided $1,500 in reward money for information that led to the arrest of a man suspected in several cases of theft and fraud in Salisbury, Seabrook and Hampton last month, Evans said. Following the July 18 release of a surveillance photograph depicting a man suspected of using a stolen credit card in Hampton by the Hampton Police Department, Crimeline received three tips on its anonymous tip text line that identified the man as Ryan Lavalley of Hampton, she said. Besides providing reward money and helping departments to buy items that aren’t funded in their budgets, Crimeline also funds an annual scholarship awarded to one local high school student who wishes to pursue a career in law enforcement, or children of police officers enlisted in any of the four departments. Alexis Gidley, a graduate of Winnacunnet’s Class of 2016 and one of last year’s
Crimeline scholarship recipients, said she is grateful for the scholarship. “Studying law and standing up for what I believe is right has always been a huge interest for me,” said Gidley, who is studying political science at the University of Alabama on a pre-law track. Other 2016 Crimeline for the Hamptons scholarship recipients included Joseph Deshaies and North Hampton’s Alana Brien, currently studying criminal justice at Great Bay Community College. In the spirit of supporting Crimeline, North Hampton Police Chief Michael Maddocks has rollerbladed several times in the Experience Hampton parade, which raises money for Crimeline, every December. “People get a kick out of seeing me on them, gliding along, and not walking,” Maddocks said. “Some point to the roller blades, and say, ‘Don’t fall down,’ as a joke. Others comment on how they have not been around for a long time. It’s a myriad of responses, but they’re all positive.” Champey said Crimeline and its board members are committed to helping the communities they serve. “Whether it be though rewards, scholarships, community forums ... everything the Crimeline does is for the betterment of the community,” Champey said. — Tara Vocino
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From world-class restaurants and renowned florists to award-winning chocolatiers and event venues offering all kinds of fun, the Seacoast is full of options for those who want to make this Valentine’s Day special. Here are a few ideas to help you do Valentine’s Day right, whether you have a significant other or are flying solo but still want to celebrate the season of love with friends or family.
Say it with song
There may be nothing more unexpected than saying “I love you” with a singing valentine from Sounds of the Seacoast Women’s Barbershop Chorus. According to member Peggy Scott, the group will send a quartet to any location of your choice to surprise a loved one, friend or family member with a song, chocolates and a rose. “We have been to senior homes, businesses, homes and all kinds of places,” she said. “It’s very rewarding.” Describing the experience of singing to people “a blast,” chorus co-chairman Linda Briggs said no two deliveries are quite alike. “[We’ve seen everything] from barking dogs who want to sing along to big tough guys breaking out in tears,” she said. “Some of my favorites have been in crowded offices where everyone else in the office starts to gather around to see what is going on and then they all cheer.” While they’re unable to accept requests for a particular song, she said each quartet generally performs one “heartfelt ballad” that dates back more than 100 years. “It’s a love song that goes back to the Victorian era and is used throughout the country,” said Briggs. “The actual delivery only takes a few minutes — usually only one song — as we have to get in and get out for the next delivery. To the person who has just been surprised, though, it can feel like a lot longer.” Scott said the group has garnered international acclaim. “We’ve placed well outside the coun-
try in international competitions,” she said. “We all really love doing what we do and people will love this for a Valentine’s Day gift.” The cost is $45 and quartets will perform between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. “We’ve been out in all kinds of weather, so nothing will stop us,” Scott said. To set up a singing valentine, call 603-664-2666 or email email@example.com.
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Playing through Feb. 19 at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Driving Miss Daisy is a perfect date-night flick and one of the most beautiful love stories of all time. It is the story of the 25-year relationship between a strong-willed, well-to-do Jewish woman and her black chauffeur in post-war Atlanta. The relationship begins rocky, but it blossoms as the two become each other’s closest friends and confidantes. Show times for Driving Miss Daisy are Thursdays at 7:30 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m. For information, visit seacoastrep.org. In Salisbury at Blue Ocean Music Hall, you can enjoy dinner and a show on Feb. 10 at the Valentine’s Big Band Bash. Fall in love all over again as you dance to the sounds of the 16-piece New England-based Adagio Big Band and enjoy a dinner buffet catered by Seaglass Restaurant. Adagio’s repertoire includes music from popular artists like Cab Calloway, Frank Sinatra, Harry Connick Jr., Michael Buble and Dizzy Gillespie as well as the “swinging” sounds of Brian Setzer and Big Bad VooDoo Daddy. The dinner buffet alone might be enough to entice many people. Items will include roast prime rib of beef, seafood Newburg, creamy mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, warm rolls, a Champagne toast, and a dessert of plated chocolate truffles and dipped strawberries for sharing. Ticket to the Valentine’s Big Band Bash are $75 and festive attire is encouraged.
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“Love/Hate” will also include an open mike during which an individual will be selected from the audience to tell their story. The event is Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5. For more information, visit facebook.com/LSSat3S.
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Flowers have long been a traditional Valentine’s Day gift, and the Seacoast has plenty of local floral shops. At Seacoast Florist in Hampton (seacoastflorist.com), the days leading up Valentine’s Day are some of the busiest times of the year. According to owner Maria Reardon, roses are still as popular as ever. HeART work For the art enthusiast, Seacoast Artist Association in Exeter is hosting a special Valentine’s Day Sale through Feb. 12. SAA Gallery Manager Mary Jane Solomon said this is the first year they are offering this special sale. “Since moving to our new venue less than one year ago, the outpouring of support and renewed interest in the arts and in our organization has been so heartwarming,” she said. “This Valentines Special is our expression of our gratitude.” In addition to supporting local art, she cited another benefit. “Unique, original, locally crafted original art has zero fat and zero calories and lasts a lifetime,” she said with a laugh. The Seacoast Artist Association is a community-active group of more than 60 artists and people interested in art. Original paintings, fabric art, photography, mosaics and jewelry fill the Gallery. For more information about the gallery, which is open Tuesday through Sunday, visit seacoastartist.org.
“Roses are our bread and butter,” said Reardon, who noted that typical orders for Valentine’s Day are long-stem red roses and a box of chocolates. She said trendier orders often include multicolored roses and tulips. “We also have a special basket with roses, teddy bears and balloons for $100 for Valentine’s Day this year,” she said. “You can buy other kinds of flowers, but the rose is still the traditional symbol of everlasting love and beauty.” At Flowers by Marianne in Seabrook (seabrookflowersbymarianne.com), owner Marianne Velardocchia said they also do quite well in selling traditional chocolate and long-stem red roses. She said they also receive many orders for arrangements with pink lilies, hydrangea and other flowers that “remind many people of the colors of the coming spring.” “We also offer chocolate-dipped strawberries for Valentine’s Day, boxed luxury chocolates like Godiva and Harry London, and plush toys,” she said. “For gifts for men, we have a gift package that includes gourmet chocolates, biscotti, and cookies.”
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“One of our biggest hits for Valentine’s Day are our chocolate-covered cherries and strawberries,” Martone said. At Sanborn’s Fine Candies in Hampton (sanbornscandies.com), Valentine’s Day is one of the wildest days of the year. It is not because the staff is unprepared, however. “The store is generally full of desperate men,” laughed manager Caren MacAskill. “We know how to handle things like that — it’s our specialty.” MacAskill said Sanborn’s is especially known for its chocolate-dipped strawberries on Valentine’s Day. They also have filled specialty truffles and filled specialty chocolate boxes. “We also have empty boxes so buyers can create their own candy selections,” she said. “Valentine’s Day is definitely a big day for us.”
Under the ownership of chef and owner Ron Boucher and the direction of new Chef de Cuisine Sean Noone, Savory Square Bistro in Hampton (savorysquarebistro. com) will offer romantic dinner specials for Valentine’s Day. One of its menu special will be Oysters Rockefeller, which is a well-known aphrodisiac. The featured dessert will be a selection of strawberries dipped in three kinds of chocolate and accompanied by two glasses of prosecco. “The menu will focus on variety, freshness and romance, while our intimate ambience will create the perfect setting for a special night out,” said Boucher. In addition, Boucher’s Chez Boucher French Cooking School will offer a one-day workshop on Saturday, Feb. 11, on how to create a romantic dinner for two on your own. The menu includes boursin-
stuffed quail and Champagne cocktails. For more information or to make a reservation, visitcookingschoolsofamerica. com/chezboucher. One of the most romantic restaurants on the Seacoast, SALT Kitchen & Bar (wentworth.com/new-castle-salt-kitchen-bar) combines Wentworth by the Sea’s historic charm with an elegant and contemporary luster. Its seasonal menu features fresh ingredients from the sea and garden in addition to house-made pasta, freshly baked breads, and prime cuts of meat. Located in New Castle, SALT is distinctive in that guests may choose from four different dining areas within its walls, including a live chef’s bar, vibrant lounge, main dining room and private enclaves that are ideal for intimate occasions. Not to be confused with SALT, The Old Salt in Hampton (oldsaltnh.com) has long been known as one of the most romantic restaurants on the Seacoast with cozy tables and booths by the fireplace in its tavern. The restaurant also features a special Valentine’s Day menu, which includes everything from lobster seafood stew and sesame-crusted tuna to Asian glazed salmon filet and jumbo shrimp. The Old Salt will also feature a special dessert with a red velvet cupcake accompanied by two tastings of tiramisu. Want to go all out for Valentine’s Day? Purchase the dinner package at The Old Salt and stay the night next door at Lamie’s Inn. The dinner package will include dinner for two with Champagne and chocolatecovered strawberries and a one-night stay in a guest room followed by a deluxe continental breakfast for two the next morning. Located in Rye across from Jenness Beach, the Carriage House Restaurant (carriagehouserye.com) provides beautiful
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and romantic views of the Atlantic Ocean. “The restaurant was created just for special occasions like Valentine’s Day,” said owner Paul Mackey. “It all starts with a beautiful drive up the coast with amazing vistas of the ocean.” Describing the restaurant’s interior as “cozy and warm,” Mackey said they will feature a special Valentine’s Day menu, although details about it have yet to be released. The Carriage House Restaurant features a wide variety of wines and Champagne specials by a fire.
al chef is being able to interact with the chef and learn from them. While some clients are content to stay outside the kitchen while the chef works, others may want to learn a thing or two from a professional. “They can just watch the chef if they want,” Leone said. “It’s entertainment as well.” Leone estimates the beginning price for a romantic dinner to be about $300. That’s about $100 for the food and $200 for the service. The average is about $350 to $400, she estimates.
Located in North Hampton, Throwback Brewery (throwbackbrewery.com) offers a great setting for couples who enjoy locally sourced food and great beer. For those looking to try something entirely new together, Throwback Brewery co-founder Nicole Carrier said they have just the thing — and just in time for Valentine’s Day. “We have on tap right now a chocolate pretzel beer and a Hammer Thyme Baltic Porter,” said Carrier, who noted both beers are part of their limited-edition, Unafraid of the Dark VI series. She said they will also release two more beers in time for Valentine’s Day, including El Chupbrewcabra Mexican Chocolate Porter and a Vanilla Irish Stout. “Folks can come by and try all four of these beers in a sample tray, or pick up a growler of it and pair at home with chocolate dessert,” she said. For those looking to give the gift of beer, Carrier said they can handle that, too, and then some. “We are now selling tickets to our Chocolate, Cheese, and Beer pairing dinner on March 1,” she said. “It will be a lot of fun.”
Many personal chefs offer their services for special occasions like Valentine’s Day. Having a chef come to your home and make the food that night means you can get exactly what you want, says Gabrielle Leone, the owner and main chef of Olive Branch Personal Chef Service, based in Hampton. “It’s a very customized service,” Leone said. Clients work with the personal chefs to narrow down what foods they like and what foods they must avoid. The chef will float a few options by the clients until they settle on the meals they want. Leone said her services always include a threecourse meal, with an appetizer, entree and dessert. The table setting and ambience can be arranged by the personal chefs for an additional fee of about $25, Leone said. “Usually … for the romantic dinners, the couples have chosen to set their own table, but it’s definitely something we’re capable of taking care of for them,” she said. Another feature of having a person-
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GET TO KNOW: KIDS DEREK HINES JUMP-STARTING HIS CAREER Using torches that are hotter than the surface of the sun, senior Derek Hines enjoys what he’s doing as a student in the Welding Technologies program at the Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter. He enjoys it so much, in fact, that he has already laid the groundwork for a career. “Once I graduate, I’ve been offered a full-time job at Viking Welding & Fabrication in Kensington,” he said. “I’m looking forward to it.” He’s already working at Viking Welding & Fabrication part-time, and he said his time at SST has provided him with hands-on experiences he feels have adequately prepared him for a career in welding. “It’s not like a classroom,” he said. “It’s a job and the instructor is like a foreman. It’s like going to work.” In undergoing his training at SST, Hines said, he has had a chance to work on a wide variety of projects. “I’ve made a trailer cart for Animal and Plant Science,” he said. “I have done a lot of TIG jobs, brackets for building construction and for a plowing company. Right now we are going to build a kind of pull-along chicken cooker for a guy who goes to farmers markets.” Regardless of the project, Hines has been taught that what he is doing is not just a job — it’s a matter of pride. “Feeling pride in my work is a very serious component,” he said. “To be quite honest, I don’t know where I would be without what I have learned here. … My skills have been built here.” He said he has been able to work on side welding projects outside of school, too. “I am friends with mechanics, and I have made custom parts for one of their hot rods,” he said. “I custom-create things. It’s a great feeling to say, ‘Wow, I created that.’” In addition to welding functional pieces, Hines makes art pieces on the side. “You can take welding anywhere you want,” he added. “Welding can take you all over.” When not welding, Hines enjoys riding mountain bikes and simply being outside. He said he also enjoys “hanging out” with his family, friends and girlfriend. Expressing gratitude at the support he has received from both the school and his
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What are your biggest challenges as an executive director or as a Chamber? I suppose there are a few key challenges. The first is that Chambers may be viewed as old, outdated organizations, and that couldn’t be further from the truth. Chambers are — and always have been — collections of dynamic community business people who adapt their organization to provide benefits and value to the members regardless of the changing tide. The second is balancing business priorities with community priorities. I believe that the Chamber’s No. 1 priority is a healthy and vibrant community through a successful economic and cultural environment. That doesn’t mean that we aren’t concerned with residents’ issues, too. Most of our members are residents of the town in which they do business. It’s a challenge, though, to communicate directly to the residents to let them know that their success is our success.
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Build a pollinator habitat
Garden Club hosts master gardener for pollination talk The pollen will fly at the “Planting for Pollinators” presentation hosted by the Portsmouth Garden Club on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at noon at the Urban Forestry Center. University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Ruth Droescher will lead a 45-minute discussion on how anybody can build a pollinator habitat regardless of their gardening expertise or lawn space. “Anybody with any size yard can help a pollinator; even a window box is better than nothing. That can go right on up to someone who wants to turn over an acre or two into a wildflower meadow,” Droescher said. This doesn’t mean that people with full gardens need to dig everything up and start from scratch. The idea behind the “Planting for Pollinators” presentation is to encourage better choices — small gardening tweaks that can assist the native pollinators of New Hampshire in the long run. People can start this process by establishing an inventory of the plants they already have in their area. Droescher noted that spring bulbs and select native or non-native shrubs can greatly benefit pollinators. In addition to this list, an unpopular family of
mon myths of gardening and pollination to spread factual science-based information in their place. Attendees are welcome to ask questions or share information during a questionand-answer session toward the end of the presentation. “Every time I give this presentation, I always learn something as well. We like to keep time for questions and answers where people can ask questions and I can learn things, which I may incorporate [in later presentations] after I’ve researched them. It’s always a great way for people to share amongst themselves some of their knowledge as well,” Droescher said. This will be Droescher’s seventh Planting for Pollinators discussion. For each presentation, the UNH Cooperative Extension program incorporates the latest research and statistics to keep attendees up to date and informed. For more information about “Planting Garden club members clean up a local property. Photo courtesy of club member Ann Radwan. for Pollinators,” call 1-877-EXT-GROW plants is also favored by pollinators: weeds. native pollinators,” said Droescher. (1-877-398-4769). From dandelions to clovers to milkweed, — Nicole Kenney This event will also crack down on commany varieties of weeds are adored by pollinators such as bumblebees and butterflies. About the Portsmouth Garden Club Droescher said the three main things Founded in 1931, the Portsmouth Gar- ing students or organizations. Applications to keep in mind when constructing these den Club, which includes members from for scholarships and grants will be available habitats are food, water and shelter. It’s throughout the Seacoast, regularly hosts pre- on the club’s website in spring. For further important to note that ideal pollinator habsenters at their monthly meetings held on the details, contact information is listed on the itats include food for both immature and third Wednesday of every month from Sep- website, portsmouthnhgardenclub.com. adult stages of pollinators. For a water sup“Over $100,000 has been raised [by this tember through May at the UFC. ply, alternative methods to bird baths are The mission of the Portsmouth Garden event] over the years and it’s all been given recommended to avoid drowning the smallClub is to “promote all phases of gardening, back to the community,” Radwan said. er pollinators. Shelter for pollinators can be Other ways that the club helps to better to practice and encourage conservation of our natural resources, to foster educational its community is by setting out in groups to achieved through the use of nesting boxgoals, and to initiate projects which provide beautify the gardens at the Warner House, es or simply by leaving parts of the garden cooperative efforts to increase and protect Portsmouth City Hall and various other slightly scruffy. the beauty and history of the Portsmouth spots on the Seacoast. “One of the parts of the ‘Planting for area,” member Ann Radwan said. The club always welcomes new members Pollinators’ presentation is that a lot of peoThe Portsmouth Garden Club promotes a and encourages those who are interested ple are appreciative that I give them my biennial event called the Festival of Trees, to visit portsmouthnhgardenclub.com and permission to leave their yard a little messy which is their major fundraiser to provide for contact them for details of the application because those less-manicured portions are scholarships and grants available for deserv- process. actually your best habitats for some of your
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Electric cars are indeed net Earth-friendly Dear Car Talk: I recently began driving an all-electric car, thinking I was reducing the negative environmental impact of driving. A co-worker has confronted me By Ray Magliozzi by saying that I am actually doing more harm than good, due to the rare Earth metals needed for the batteries. He says, furthermore, that when the car has lived out its life, the disposal will be especially troublesome for the environment. What is your opinion? Did I make a mistake by going to an all-electric car? — Paul I think the mistake you made was listening to that co-worker, Paul. I believe his conclusion is pretty much all wrong. Electric vehicles (EVs) do not have “zero impact” on the environment; there’s no question about that. But they have less of an impact than gasoline-powered cars. First of all, it’s cleaner and more efficient to produce power at a central location (a power plant) than it is to produce power in everybody’s individual cars. It’s also easier to clean up, maintain and monitor one smokestack (the power
plant’s) than it is to do those things for a million smokestacks (all of our tailpipes). And even if you’re charging your car from the dirtiest power plant, running on 100 percent coal, electric-car expert (and, to be fair, advocate) Jim Motavalli says you’d still reduce climate emissions by 30 to 40 percent over individual gasoline-powered cars. And, of course, not all of our power plants are run on coal: We have a mix of coal, natural gas, nuclear and, increasingly, wind and solar now. Plus, our power plants have slowly been getting cleaner. And if the whole electric grid continues to move toward cleaner fuels, that will only make the argument for electrification stronger. As far as the rare Earth metals go, I’m sure there are some ugly things being done as companies dig lithium out of the ground in China, Chile and Australia. But what your friend failed to mention is that all of the batteries that are used in hybrids and EVs today are recycled when they reach the end of their lives. Those components are still very valuable. So the manufacturer will give you a huge credit for returning the old battery pack when you buy a new one. And it will reuse everything it can.
Then, Paul, there are smaller environmental benefits, like not having someone’s exhaust blowing into your passenger compartment while you sit behind him in traffic. And not breathing gasoline vapors at the pump every time you refuel. So I think you are a net positive for the environment. Not to mention that you’re paying a third of the price per mile for electricity that your buddies are paying for gas. So we would encourage you to feel rightly smug about your electric-car purchase, Paul. Give it a shot. Dear Car Talk: I have a 2004 Saturn Vue. Recently I took it in for new tires. While my car was on the lift, it was discovered to have a totally worn-out mid-driveshaft bearing. There was a 1/2-inch gap of play around it. I wondered how it could be so worn out and not be creating side effects, like noise. When I asked the service manager if the shaft turns all the time, he replied, “Yes.” But now I have had time to analyze it a bit myself, and I think since it is an all-wheeldrive car, the shaft turns only when it goes into all-wheel-drive mode. For me, that is almost never. Can you tell me the true sto-
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Wine with dinner
Seaglass hosts Kendall-Jackson master winemaker Snow-covered walkways and frosted windows that bear “Closed for the Season” signs make up the look of many seaside restaurants this time of year, but the Seaglass Restaurant & Lounge in Salisbury is livelier than ever. Right now it’s busy preparing for an upcoming Kendall-Jackson Wine Dinner on Feb. 19. Starting at 6 p.m., guests will be able to taste an assortment of premium wines courtesy of Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate & Gardens. “We chose to feature a dinner with Jackson Family Wines due to the quality, affordability, and popularity of their wines and how well they pair with foods,” Seaglass Food & Beverage Director Frank Wetenkamp said. To accompany the evening’s wine selections, Seaglass Executive Chef Harley Smith will be preparing a delicious array of small plates, including a Petite Cauliflower Paella, Monkfish Medallions, Pastrami Cured Salmon and a Braised Veal Breast. “I really pushed myself to work outside my comfort zone with these menu selections,” Smith said. “Each plate is new and exciting to the Seaglass Restaurant and is crafted to complement a specific KendallJackson wine.” Smith will be available to answer any questions guests may have about the menu,
and to advise them which plates pair best with the featured wines. Also in attendance at the dinner will be Kendall-Jackson Master Winemaker and Chief Operating Officer Randy Ullom. Ullom has been instrumental in the growth of the Kendall-Jackson brand over the past 25 years and was heavily involved in the winery’s expansion into Chile and Argentina. “Randy is a true expert in the field of winemaking, having developed and managed vineyards in both North and South America,” Seaglass Food & Beverage Director Frank Wetenkamp said. “He is also the creator of the most popular California chardonnay ever produced.” Ullom will be featuring a variety of both white and red wines at the dinner, including a chardonnay and pinot gris from his 2015 Vintner’s Reserve collection, and a pinot noir and cabernet sauvignon from his 2013 Jackson Estate collection. “The dinner will essentially be a meetand-greet event with Randy, who will be sharing his stories about his career and the wines that we will all taste together,” Wetenkamp said. “Guests will be encouraged to share their own stories and to ask questions in an unpretentious and relaxed atmosphere.” The dinner will be held upstairs in the
A Taste of California Wines According to Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate & Gardens, here is what you can expect of the selected wines for the evening: 2013 Kendall-Jackson Jackson Estate Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon: This Cabernet Sauvignon is bone dry and is brightened by a fruity burst of blackberry, black currant and cassis flavors 2013 Kendall-Jackson Jackson Estate Anderson Valley Pinot Noir: This Pinot Noir delivers a bright acidity, accenting its
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and I’ll be there to talk about the different plates being served. There will no intimidation factor or rush to get in and out of the restaurant.” Tickets for the wine dinner cost $45 per person, and they are limited. You may reserve tickets by calling 978-462-5800 or by inquiring in person at the Seaglass Restaurant. —Molly Brown
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AT THE GALLEY HATCH A family-owned American restaurant, The Galley Hatch (325 Lafayette Road, Hampton, 603-926-6152, galleyhatch.com) brings hearty seafood to the table akin to a home-cooked meal. The restaurant can host guests in different rooms for a variety of dining atmospheres that become individuals’ favorites, featuring fireplaces, sky-lit areas and cozy wooden booths. Such an array of seating arrangements allows The Galley Hatch to seat over 400 customers, making it easy to accommodate many no matter the season, and the seasoned crew will make any newcomer feel at home. Krissy Watts, the dining room and function manager, gave the Scene some insight into why The Galley Hatch has remained a favorite for over 45 years. How long has this restaurant been around? The restaurant started as a hot dog/takeout place in 1970, opened by Mike and Kay Tinios, and now John, their son, runs it. Mike passed away in 1994 and Kay passed away in 2014. What is your job title? I am the dining room and function manager. I started here in 1994 as a bus person when I was 15 and then waitressed, barbacked, bartended, and worked in the bakery, and also in the old Pelican Club as a cocktail waitress, and then started managing about 15 years ago. What do you think sets your establishment apart from others around you? Consistency for sure. We pride ourselves on putting out the best and highest-quality products that we can. Also, the staff. Most of our staff has been here for a very long time — we have one waitress that has been here since we opened in 1970. The staff genuinely cares about our customers and making sure they are happy and satisfied with the service and food they have received and always make sure they have a great overall experience while here.
and sunny, or some prefer to sit in the “Hold,” which has the fireplace in it. Do you have any seasonal specials people can expect? Yes, in the fall we do the harvest specials ... which include apple crisp for dessert, and in the winter we offer The Winter Warmers, similar to the fall specials, and in the summer we offer a twin lobster and steamer special. We also offer a turkey dinner every Sunday year-round that is very popular. It is real turkey meat with all the fixings. How would you describe your crew of employees? I would say diverse. I have single moms, married moms, part-timers and full-timers. They are a close-knit group that all care
about each other immensely and help each other out in times of need. Like I mentioned, the majority of them have been here for at least five to 10 years and some even 25-plus, so they really are like more of a family than just coworkers. And not to mention, our family is growing. I currently have four expecting waitresses right now. Do you have any popular menu items? Prime rib, and lots of seafood delivered fresh on a daily basis. Who would you most like to serve — celebrity, political figure, alive or dead? That’s a tough one. There isn’t one person specifically, but we do get musicians and comedians that come in from time to time that are in town performing at the Casino Ballroom, so that’s always exciting.
What’s your personal favorite from the menu? Why? That’s hard — I have a few favorites! The prime rib is definitely one. We serve it Thursday through Sunday, and it is to die for. It’s slow-roasted overnight and it’s tender and juicy and we make the au jus homemade too. Another favorite is the smoked salmon appetizer and the chicken kabobs. How would you describe the dining environment? Its cozy and comfortable, with four dining rooms and a lounge, which is very popular. Everyone has their favorite room when they come in; some prefer the room with the big windows because it’s bright
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What’s an essential skill that keeps The Galley Hatch running smoothly? I would have to say our staff. Between the front of the house, the back of the house, the bar and the café we all work as a team and help each other whenever it’s needed. We are all here to make sure the guest has the best experience possible and we will do anything to ensure that happens. Is there anything special that can be expected during the tourist season? That we are super busy. We are very lucky that we stay busy with our regular customers who keep us going throughout the year, but in the summer we are extra busy with the tourists, so remember we always take reservations if you don’t want to wait for a table. — Laurelann Easton
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Wines and events for Valentine’s Day Since Valentine’s Day falls on a weekday this year, many people will celebrate this coming weekend. However you are celebrating (with a significant other, with friends or in anti-Valentine’s Day fashion), I have a few wine suggestions. This is a great weekend to visit a local winery or wine shop near you, as many are offering special events and tastings. It is usually my vote for a Valentine’s Day activity.
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I have to mention Champagne, only because I feel like New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day are its most cliché yet celebrated occasions. Of course, the only wine that can truly be called Champagne comes from its namesake region in France, while others are only sparkling wine. The main thing to look for when selecting a Champagne is whether it is dry or sweet. A quick look at the label should give you an idea, as the sweetness will range depending upon the type: doux (sweet), demi-sec (half-dry), sec (dry), and extra sec (extra dry) to brut (dry-dry), extra brut or brut naturel (the driest), according to Good Food’s Ultimate Guide to Bubbly. If you are typically a sweet wine drinker already, you will want to choose on the sweeter end of the spectrum, while dry wine drinkers (red or white) will want to choose a drier Champagne. If you aren’t a Champagne fan but still want to enjoy some bubbles, there are plenty of other options. Cava is a Spanish sparkling wine made using the Champagne method and named after the cellars where it is produced. Cava follows a similar scale in terms of sweetness versus dryness, but will be listed as extra brut (driest), brut, extra seco, seco, semi-seco and dulce (being the sweetest). You can find cava in many New Hampshire Liquor and Wine Outlets and many bottles are under $20. Rosa Regale, an Italian sparkling wine, is a nice option for Valentine’s Day because it has a nice pink color and fruit-forward sweetness. Made from Brachetto grapes, it is a semi-dry red sparkling wine with flavors of strawberries and raspberries. It can be enjoyed in a variety of cocktails (see the Rosa Regale website for ideas), with desserts or simply with dark chocolate. Look for Banfi Rosa Regale in stores. It’s a pretty bottle with an image of a rose on it and usually goes on sale this time of year. Moscato is another option as it typically has some slight effervescence. Some are very sweet, but others are better-balanced.
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My favorites are Ecco Domani and Sequin Delicately Bubbled Moscato. If you want to be extra festive, try Barefoot Cellars Pink or Red Moscato. Barefoot also makes some other sparklers, like the their Berry, Orange, Peach and Pineapple Bubbly, which are like wine cocktails in a bottle.
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The Seacoast Wine Trail is offering its second annual Barrel Tasting tour during the weekend of Feb. 25 and Feb. 26 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. both days. Participating wineries include Sweet Baby Vineyard in Hampstead; Flag Hill Winery & Distillery in Lee; Zorvino Vineyards in Sandown; Jewell Towne Vineyards in South Hampton, and Appolo Vineyards in Derry. Purchase a glass for $10 at any of the participating wineries and you can taste wine at all of the locations during the weekend. There will also be opportunities to taste wines right from the barrels and interact with the winemakers. Events like these are my favorite for several reasons: (1) you get to taste wines you don’t always have the chance to on a regular basis, (2) you get to see and hear about the winemaking process more closely, and (3) they’re just a lot of fun. I hope the weather holds out for this event, but either way, I am sure it will not deter wine enthusiasts from making trips to these local wineries. If you have never been to some of these places, this weekend is the perfect opportunity to do so. — Stefanie Phillips
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Florence Williams to talk about The Nature Fix It can be hard to make yourself get outside this time of year, but most of the time you’ll be happy you did. Florence Williams discusses a variety of the benefits at an upcoming event, part of The Music Hall’s Innovation and Leadership series, promoting her new book, The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes Us Happier, Healthier and More Creative, on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. The idea for The Nature Fix began in 2012, when Williams moved from the outdoorsy city of Boulder, Colorado, to Washington, D.C., where her husband had taken a job. She’d lived in the Rocky Mountain region more than 20 years and felt disoriented, overwhelmed and had trouble focusing in her new home. “I really felt like I was experiencing what I’d heard of as Nature Deficit Disorder. It kind of threw me, in terms of my emotional and psychological state of mind and my nervous system. I was having trouble with the noise and feeling upset and anxious,” Williams said via phone. Was NDD a real thing, she wondered? She got the opportunity to explore the idea, coined by Richard Louv in his 2005 book Last Child in the Woods, through magazine assignments with Outside Magazine and National Geographic. One of her stories, “This is Your Brain on Nature,” commemorating the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, looked at ways people were using the outdoors to boost psychological health around the world, from forest bathing in South Korea to wilderness trips in the United States inspired by the “three-day effect.” “Researchers believe something really profound happens to our brains after three days in nature — that we can really be helped while recovering from grief or trauma,” she said. “[The assignments] afforded me this great opportunity to find out what was happening in forests and with health policies in places like Japan, South Florence Williams on The Nature Fix Where: The Music Hall Loft, 131 Congress St., Portsmouth When: Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. Admission: $41, includes reserved seat, book, bar beverage, author presentation, Q&A and book signing meet-and-greet Contact: themusichall.org, 436-2400, florencewilliams.com
Korea, Finland, Denmark, Scotland and Singapore. Some of those places are pretty far ahead in terms of research, and in terms of this idea, of using nature as medicine.” For example, in Finland, where many struggle from high rates of depression, alcoholism and suicide, it’s recommended you get five hours of nature a month. “Which I thought was kind of funny, as it’s such a specific recommendation, and yet, people in Finland now really believe it,” she said. Using nature as medicine or for psychological well-being certainly not a new idea. The book’s introduction references great minds who did some of their best thinking with fresh air and greenery, like Aristotle, Darwin, Tesla, Einstein, Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir. “But it’s only been in recent years that we’ve been able to apply new and better technology to [research], things like portable brainwave monitors, brain scanners and big data,” she said. “There are a lot of tools in the toolbox to allow researchers to take this to a new level.” Williams said her book looks at some of the most recent findings and the people involved — those who are uncovering this data, and those benefitting from it, like vets with PTSD and kids with ADHD. She realized she was too stringent with her original definition of nature; you don’t need to be on a mountainside to get the positive effects. You could be by the ocean. “The ocean facilitates a sense of awe, wonder and self-reflection,” she said. “There’s something about the view, the sound and the smell that help open up all our senses.” And you can still attain benefits by being in the city, through walks outside, no matter the weather, or by looking out your window. “Even when it’s miserable outside, we still see benefits, especially in things like working with memory, our attention span and our mood,” she said. “You can find great nature in a city park, and there are even beneficial effects from houseplants and pets.” Williams has been writing about environmental health for ages. She’s a contributing editor to Outside Magazine and her work has appeared in the New York Times, the New York Times Magazine and National Geographic, among oth-
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er publications. Her first book, Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History, looked at the effects a polluted environment has on breast milk. “What was fun about this book was I was able to look at how the environment can help us,” she said. Williams thinks this topic can appeal to most readers, but particularly those living in cities or suburban neighborhoods.
She’d love to see the writing and scientific findings inspire change in policies within health, education and planning departments, so that people can find more greenery in their lives. “We’re busy, and we have all these indoor temptations. But my hope is to kind of remind people that it really is still worthwhile to get outside,” she said. — Kelly Sennott
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Powerhouse instrumental band at Winter Blues Fest By Michael Witthaus
With a lineup topped by Boston guitar legend Duke Robillard and rounded out with New England Music Award winners Mr. Nick & the Dirty Tricks, veteran harmonica player Denis Gruenling, Delta Generators and Brian Templeton, the New England Winter Blues Fest lives up to its name. Salisbury Beach will growl like the South Side of Chicago for a night of American roots music — but for one set, it will also rock a 1960s vibe. The members of Matthew Stubbs & the Antiguas, the show’s penultimate act, are really on stage by association. The band’s all-instrumental repertoire is more psychedelic than blues, inspired by bands like Booker T. & the MGs, The Ventures and Link Wray. Guitarist Stubbs grew up playing the blues, and he spends half the year touring in Charlie Musselwhite’s band. “That’s about as down-home blues as there is,” Stubbs said in a recent interview about backing the harmonica legend. “Then I come home from that, and I get to do this.
It’s pretty satisfying.” Started a little over a year ago, Stubbs’ new band is a sharp departure from his first two records. Both were inspired by Memphis soul and mid-1960s R&B stalwarts like the Marquees and Lonnie Mack. This time around, the horn section is gone, replaced by Ken Clark’s blend of vintage Hammond and Farfisa organ. Rounding out the Antiguas is drummer Chris Rivelli, who’s played with Stubbs for over a decade, and Boston bassist Mark Hickox, whom Stubbs met at an L.A. festival. Clark is the group’s mojo, giving a groovy shine to its twang-andfuzz melting pot of influences, which includes Ry Cooder and Beck — the singer, not the guitarist. “As far as organ soloists go, I’ve MATTHEW STUBBS never played or even seen anyone live like him,” Stubbs said of Clark. “I call him The Wizard. He just get sounds out of it, really goes for it; he’s a great jazz player but also loves all the old-time rock ’n’ roll organists. A lot of organists are funk players, but he was always a huge fan of the powerhouse organ players.” To enhance the throwback feel, the band is more often than not accompanied by a floor-to-ceiling light show. For the Salisbury gig, Stubbs plans to bring a pair of go-go dancers. The new sound is as liberating as the decade it emulates. “I don’t know that there are rules in music, but with traditional blues, I like it so much that when I play it I try to stay in that realm of that style,” Stubbs said. “But
With these songs ... I’m likely to step on a weird guitar pedal, have Ken do some weird effect.
New England Winter Blues Festival Starring Duke Robillard, Matthew Stubbs & The Antiguas, Mr. Nick & The Dirty Tricks and more Where: Blue Ocean Music Hall, Salisbury Beach When: Saturday, Feb. 11, 8 p.m. Tickets: $28 at ticketmaster.com
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with these songs ... I’m likely to step on a weird guitar pedal, have Ken do some weird effect; I think it’s a little freer. You’re not referencing a Marquees record — that’s where I’m coming from.” Stubbs expects to release an Antiguas album later this year; the band spent much of 2016 in the studio. A standout new song played frequently in concert is “El Segundo.” It’s a slow burner with a Latin groove. “I wrote that a while ago before I started the Antiguas and never recorded it because it didn’t really fit,” he said. “At the time I was listening to Ry Cooder’s Mambo Sinuendo, where he played with a bunch of Cuban guys … and surf music with big twanged out guitar. I watched old Westerns
and Quentin Tarantino movies; a lot of the songs were coming from that.” As a teenager, Stubbs sat in with his dad’s group, The Coupe de Ville Band, hitting the New England blues circuit. He then attended Berklee but dropped out after a year. Stubbs’ musical education continued, however, in Boston nightclubs, and with a few key mentors. “Looking back, I wish I had stayed a little longer, but I was young, gigging a lot, and looking for different things,” he said. “It was the first time living on my own in a city. I’d go to class for two hours, then I had my whole day to listen to records and practice with no distractions. I don’t think a lot of people get to do that.”
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