PLYMOUTH — The Enterprise Center at Plymouth (ECP) will host a workshop about the open-source currency, Bitcoin, on Tuesday, March 25, from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Taylor Community in Laconia.
Plymouth State University's Associate Professor of Economics, L. Michael Couvillion will share his knowledge and usage of Bitcoin to educate small business owners about the currency, it's advantages and disadvantages, and potential for use in their businesses.
Professor Couvillion will cover the history of Bitcoin, the nuts and bolts of how Bitcoin works, the usage of Bitcoin versus credit cards, and more.
L. Michael Couvillion joined the business faculty at PSU in 1980. He has been an active investor since his graduate school days. At PSU, he has taught investments at both the graduate and undergraduate level for many years. His current research interests are asset allocation modeling and alternative investment vehicles such as Bitcoin.
Last Updated on Monday, 17 March 2014 09:39
PLYMOUTH — Electrified Skeletons is a powerful, edgy collection of new micro-fiction written by Paul Rogalus, an English Professor at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. At once literary and accessibly contemporary, this is a must read for intellectual and mainstream audiences.
Published by The Medulla Review Publishing, the editor says of Electrified Skeletons: "From 'Psychos on the Highway' to 'Addicts,' Rogalus writes about the weirdness of everyday life with sardonic humor and gritty realism...This collection turns on themes of adventure and friendship, yet it never strokes the inauthentic device of happily-ever-afters." The book is available at Amazon in print and eBook format.
In addition to his success as a fiction writer and educator, Rogalus has an impressive repertoire of plays and screenplays. His full-length play "Crawling From the Wreckage" was produced in New York City in February 2002 by the American Theatre of Actors, and his one-act plays have been produced in New York, Chicago, and Boston. His short screenplay, "Sid and Walt," won screenwriting contests at the Wildsound Film Festival in Toronto and at the PictureStart Film Festival in New York City, and his short script, "Trans," won the Woods Hole Film Festival Short Screenplay Award.
Last Updated on Monday, 17 March 2014 09:30
LACONIA — A cooking demo and taste testing of Scottish Highlander and Angus natural beef will be held on Saturday, March 22 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Big Banana at 229 Messer Street, Laconia.
The Highlanders are raised at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon which has been in operation since the 1850's and raises its animals in a natural and kind environment without hormones or antibiotics. The animals are raised and fed on grass, hay, and vegetable grains. Open to the public at the Big Banana, which is the exclusive retailer of this beef in the Laconia area.
Last Updated on Monday, 17 March 2014 08:55
MOULTONBOROUGH — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Bob Smith is scheduled to attend the next meeting of the Lakes Region Tea Party on Wednesday, March 19, at 7 p.m. in the Moultonborough Public Library.
Smith, a conservative, who served in the Senate from 1990 to 2002, is one of three Republicans who have announced they are running for the seat currently held by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, a Democrat.
The head of the Carroll County Republican Committee, Joanne Haight, is also scheduled to speak to the group about the committee's functions.
State Rep. Jane Cormier of Alton is also scheduled to attend.
Last Updated on Monday, 17 March 2014 08:39
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