A Book Celebrating 100 Years of the Red Arrow, America’s Most Beloved Diner
As a radio host of well over fifty years, Mike Morin has learned that the best stories come from unexpected places. Not only is a diner the heartbeat of a community, it is also the keeper of colorful characters. Mike has also been a TV weatherman, TV candlepin bowling host, author, speaker and someone who gets his therapy making homemade pizza, chocolate infinity cookies, and candied bacon. Mike lives with Barbara and their well-fed Westie, Portia Rose, in Nashua, New Hampshire.
- “As a top-rated broadcaster, journalist, and longtime member of the local townsfolk, Mike certainly has the necessary ‘cred’ when it comes to telling the diner story. Readers are in for a real treat and should expect to get very hungry!” – Jordan Rich, WBZ iHeart Media
- “There’s a century’s worth of diner lore and legend captured artfully by Mike Morin in this fitting tribute to the Red Arrow Diner, the Queen City’s only 24/7 eatery, the biggest little foodie landmark this side of the Merrimack River.” – Carol Robidoux, Founder, Publisher at Manchester Ink Link
- “Mike uses his curiosity, charm, and wit to reveal the beginnings of the historic and folkloric Red Arrow Diner, from its modest start as a lunch cart to the full-on nostalgia of the current locations. Those iconic stools are the unofficial seats of New Hampshire—in primary season, anyway.” –Susan Laughlin, food writer and secretary at NH Farm to Restaurant Connection