Archive for June, 2020

Quality Of Life

Quality of Life 20/6/18

Free face masks for Manchester The Queen City Rotary Club will be handing out free reusable face masks as part […]

Silhouette of a black football player kneeling with head bowed.
Featured Content / Sports

A little Election Day practice

Making the year ahead in this most unusual coming sports year even more unusual is it’s coming as the presidential […]

A young, attractive smiling black man in his 20's, with natural hair, a goatee, wearing a black suit and tie.
Featured Content / Q&A

Justice for all

Thompson organizes Black Lives Matter Nashua As the racial justice organizer for the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire, […]


News & Notes 20/6/18

Governor’s updates Covid-19 update As of June 8 As of June 15 Total cases statewide 5,079 5,345 Total current infections […]

Granite Views

My racist self

I am a racist. It took me 35 years to first say the words and the last two examining the complexity […]

Hippo Press cover for June 18th, 2020. headline is "Return of the farmers market where to shop in the fresh air for this season's fresh fruits, veggies and more." Photo of wooden bowl full of ripe strawberries on a distressed wooden background.
Past Issues

Return of the Farmers Markets

Where to shop in the fresh air for this season’s fresh fruits, veggies and more Most summer markets are open […]

black and white photo of light haired woman in glittery black shirt and white denum jacket, jeans, holding an acoustic guitar.
Featured Content / Nightlife

Back on stage

Country singer Nicole Knox Murphy playing out again After 10 weeks of playing weekly sets from her home in Candia […]

Still from the documentary Spelling the dream, of a group of young Indian contestants and their families stand casually in front of large trophies.
Film Reviews by Amy

Spelling the Dream (TV-G)

Competitors and their families hoping to reach the Scripps National Spelling Bee discuss competitive spelling and why Indian-American kids have […]

Cover of Breath The new science of a lost art. Black lettering on a yellow background, dots connected by thin lines make the shape of a set of lungs.

Book Review 6/11/2020

Breath, The New Science of a Lost Art, by James Nestor (Riverhead, 304 pages) The pandemic has forced publishers to […]

Assorted Album Covers
Albums / Nightlife

Album Reviews 6/11/2020

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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