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In America, businessmen shake hands. In Japan, they bow. But all over the world airline executives engage in a greeting that is all their own: … Full story    

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Poly tunnels an alternative to greenhouses

Greenhouses aren’t the only great cover-ups for gardeners determined to extend their growing seasons. High tunnels, low tunnels and caterpillar tunnels work well, too. Also … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015

Airline world’s executives infatuated with model planes

In America, businessmen shake hands. In Japan, they bow. But all over the world airline executives engage in a greeting that is all their own: … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015

New therapist looking to create office setting appropriate for children

Behavioral therapy for children has come a long way from days when behavior, whether aggressive or inattentive, was dealt with punishment or dismissed as daydreaming … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015

Southern NH Medical Center earns lung cancer screening distinction

NASHUA – Southern New Hampshire Medical Center has been designated a Lung Cancer Screening Center by the American College of Radiology – one of three … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015

Five road race must-do’s as season begins in NH, Mass.

Are you signed up? Are you ready? The race season is upon us. The mass of races open to New Hampshire and Massachusetts is incredible. … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015

Drugmakers pool $100M Alzheimer’s fund

TRENTON, N.J. – Major drugmakers, the British government and a top Alzheimer’s research charity are pooling more than $100 million to create a global fund … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015

Lead poisoning still a big issue in Pa. counties

Andrew Haas is quiet just now. He’s trying hard to get a sentence out without making what he calls “a mistake” and having to start … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015

Powdered alcohol gets agency’s OK

NEW YORK – A powdered alcohol intended to be mixed up into drinks has gained approval from a federal regulator. The product, called Palcohol, had … Full story    
Published:  March 17, 2015

Working winter woes into gold

Another Bush in the White House? First, there was George Bush. Then there was George Quincy Bush. Now, Jeb Bush is thinking about a run … Full story    
Published:  March 17, 2015

Photos from a family collection

EDITOR’S NOTE: Imagine Nashua: Then & Now is a weekly photo column by Don Himsel. Each week, he will feature an old photo within a … Full story    
Published:  March 17, 2015

Best seller list

Hardcover Fiction

1. "The Girl on the Train", Paula Hawkins

2. "All the Light We Cannot See", Anthony Doerr

3. "The Buried Giant", Kazuo Ishiguro

4. "A Spool of Blue Thread", Anne Tyler

5. "A Dangerous Place", Jacqueline Winspear

Hardcover Nonfiction

1. "Dead Wake", Erik Larson

2. "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up", Marie Kondo

3. "Being Mortal", Atul Gawande

4. "H Is for Hawk", Helen MacDonald

5. "Yes Please", Amy Poehler

Trade Paperback Fiction

1. "Redeployment", Phil Klay

2. "The Husband's Secret", Liane Moriarty

3. "The Martian", Andy Weir

4. "One More Thing", B.J. Novak

5. "The Rosie Project", Graeme Simsion

Trade Paperback Nonfiction

1. "The Boys in the Boat", Daniel James Brown

2. "Wild", Cheryl Strayed

3. "Unbroken", Laura Hillenbrand

4. "American Sniper", Chris Kyle, Scott McEwen

5. "10% Happier", Dan Harris

The Indie Best-seller List is based on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores across the United States. For an independent bookstore near you, visit www.IndieBound.org.