New Hampshire Public Radio: Amanda Loder http://northernpublicradio.org en Living Above The Past: Museum Opens Up To Tenants http://northernpublicradio.org/post/living-above-past-museum-opens-tenants All it takes to enter a time warp in New Hampshire is $15 and a summer afternoon. Spanning more than 250 years of American history, Strawbery Banke is the oldest neighborhood in the state's oldest city, Portsmouth.<p>It's kind of like Virginia's Colonial Williamsburg — lite. Stationed inside many of the 37 homes are re-enactors in different period garb. Inside a hulking white house, it's 1872.<p>Typically, Strawbery Banke's visitors have been of the school group and tour bus variety. Sun, 19 Aug 2012 20:37:00 +0000 New Hampshire Public Radio: Amanda Loder 16996 at http://northernpublicradio.org Living Above The Past: Museum Opens Up To Tenants Cain's 9-9-9 Plan A Hard Sell In Anti-Tax N.H. http://northernpublicradio.org/post/cains-9-9-9-plan-hard-sell-anti-tax-nh The attractiveness, and simplicity, of Herman Cain's 9-9-9 plan — a nine percent federal income, corporate and sales tax — has catapulted the Georgia businessman to the head of the Republican presidential field. But for some states, such as New Hampshire, which doesn't have a sales tax, 9-9-9 wouldn't be simple at all.<p>People in New Hampshire, to put it mildly, dislike taxes.<p>"New Hampshire is definitely an anti-tax state," says Andy Smith, director of the Survey Center at the University of New Hampshire.<p>Smith studies, among other things, how the state's residents feel about taxes. Sun, 30 Oct 2011 06:59:00 +0000 New Hampshire Public Radio: Amanda Loder 664 at http://northernpublicradio.org