Past Issues

2020 Graduates

The Class of 2020 talks about their unexpected spring and their hopes for the future

High school and college grads didn’t get the senior year fun they expected, with most end-of-year events, including graduation ceremonies, canceled or postponed. We talked to students from the class of 2020 about what their final months of school looked like, what they missed most, and their hopes for the future.

Also on the cover, why dandelions and clovers can be part of a healthy, happy lawn, p. 14. A new food truck makes its debut in Loudon, p. 16. And country musician Nicole Knox Murphy plays live at local restaurants, p. 26.

What they missed most, plus hopes for the future It has been a strange end to the school year for ...
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After three long months sports fans got good news last week when the NHL and NBA ok’d plans to open ...
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Bird Friend, I Am the Hand (self-produced) Desolate but hopeful hipster-chill direct from Manchester, New Hampshire, here, mainly an unplugged-guitar ...
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Country singer Nicole Knox Murphy playing out again After 10 weeks of playing weekly sets from her home in Candia ...
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How to have a better lawn Let’s face it: Most of us do not have a lawn that looks like ...
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Young artist awarded for virtual replica of Kimball Jenkins Estate Eighteen-year-old Clark Todd was recently named the winner of the ...
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Breath, The New Science of a Lost Art, by James Nestor (Riverhead, 304 pages) The pandemic has forced publishers to ...
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Principal retires after decades in Manchester After 40 years of service in the Manchester School District, Arthur Adamakos is retiring ...
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Carmel Shea of Londonderry is the owner of O’Shea’s Caife & Tae (44 Nashua Road, Londonderry, 540-2971, osheasnh.com), a health-focused ...
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Animal adventure Sneak in a little learning during your walks through nature. The New Hampshire Fish and Game department have ...
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