Past Issues

Socially Distanced Summer Camp

How Summer Camps are trying to find a way to keep fun in the season.

Camps have been given the green light to open on June 22, but they won’t look the same as years past, with some going virtual and others making modifications to meet safety guidelines — and some not opening at all.

Also on the cover, Game Changer Sports Bar and Grill opens in Londonderry, p. 18. Fire pits are better with beer, p. 24. And stand-up comedy comes out of quarantine, p. 30.

OTR, Lost at Midnight (Astralwerks Records)Well wow, I got back into the Astralwerks system just in the nick of time, ...
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Fire pits are having their moment “Want to walk over and have a beer by the fire? The kids can ...
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There is nothing quite like a perfectly ripe peach as an afternoon snack. When a peach is tender and so ...
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Dear Donna,I have this sign from The Concord Dairy. I’m not sure what to do with it and am wondering ...
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One of the many advantages of living in New Hampshire is the accessibility of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. Would anyone disagree ...
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New sports bar and cornhole court opens in Londonderry Bob Carrier and his younger brother Rodney are both avid players ...
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With the arrival of June a bit of normalcy is returning to everyday life. Not totally, of course; that’s still ...
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Escape rooms go virtual — for free Escape rooms have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, but some have ...
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Eddie Saktanaset of Londonderry is the owner of Muse Thai Bistro (581 Second St., Suite C, Manchester, 647-5547, musethaibistro.com) and ...
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Family fun for the weekend Ocean celebrationThe Seacoast Science Center (seacoastsciencecenter.org) is celebrating World Oceans Day (Monday, June 8) with ...
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Stand-up comedy comes out of quarantine As live entertainment gradually returns, the challenges for comedians are twofold. First, there’s the ...
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Covid-19 updatesOn June 1, state health officials announced that the total number of positive test results for Covid-19 in the ...
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How to divide your flowers I spend a lot in plant nurseries. At $10 or more a pop, it is ...
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Hooray for history The Hopkinton Historical Society’s Putney Hill Cemetery Walk has been honored by the American Association for State ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Submit your photography: The New Hampshire Art Association is accepting ...
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Film Reviews by Amy A singer looking to keep her career going and her assistant looking to start her career ...
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By Wendy Williams (Simon & Schuster, 240 pages) The next time you think one of your relatives is weird, breathe ...
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How day camps are adapting to new rules Gov. Chris Sununu recently gave the green light for summer day camps ...
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