Past Issues / Special Issues

Summer Book Adventures

Laughs, magic, romance and more for your summer reading list

From colorful kids’ picture books and YA love stories to inspiring memoirs and fun beach reads, local booksellers and librarians share their recommendations for your summer reading adventures.

Also on the cover, Flanagan’s Southender opens in Concord and Casey Magee’s opens in Nashua, p. 18 & 19. Adam Ezra Group plays Tupelo Drive-In, p. 28. And find more live music in our Music This Week listings, starting on p. 30.

High Spirits, Hard To Stop (High Roller Records) This is one of the many projects of metal guitar god Chris ...
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Wines for your summer feasts Summer is officially upon us. Mother Nature has proven herself to be merciless as she ...
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What is the Grass: Walt Whitman in My Life, by Mark Doty (W.W. Norton, 288 pages) Most everyone with a ...
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Facebook has been advertising how it creates community — how it brings people together. Dads can share dad stuff with ...
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The Vast of Night (PG-13) Two kids in 1950s New Mexico chase after a strange sound and a mysterious something ...
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Adam Ezra Group returns to performing On what turned out to be the worst Friday the 13th in musical history, ...
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A funeral director talks about the impact of Covid-19 The Covid-19 pandemic put funeral homes in a unique predicament; while ...
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After a few years of making her own broths for family and friends and studying its benefits as a certified ...
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Flanagan’s Southender opens in Concord As a kid growing up in Concord’s South End, Dave Banzhoff can remember frequenting the ...
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In-person summer camp!SEE Science Center (200 Bedford St. in Manchester; 669-0400, see-sciencecenter.org) is accepting registrations now for its in-person summer ...
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Governor’s updates Covid-19 updateAs of June 15As of June 22Total cases statewide5,3455,558Total current infections statewide984929Total deaths statewide320339New cases321 (June 9 ...
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Eradication without chemicals My gardening grandfather came over from Germany around 1910. He was an organic gardener, perhaps because there ...
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Happy campers The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation announced in a press release that existing campsite reservations for ...
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The major sports leagues went about their business last week planning to open their respective seasons. In baseball, basketball and ...
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All quotes are from Mrs. Pollifax Pursued, by Dorothy Gilman, born June 25, 1923. Gemini (May 21 – June 20) ...
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Flanagan’s Southender opens in Concord As a kid growing up in Concord’s South End, Dave Banzhoff can remember frequenting the ...
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Laughs, adventure and more for your summer reading list For this year’s summer reading guide, we asked local library staff ...
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• From trash to art: The New Hampshire Art Association presents an exhibition, “Reconsidering Trash,” now through Sept. 17, at ...
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• Al fresco: With songs like “This Ol’ Farmhouse” in their catalog, Beechwood is an ideal choice to provide acoustic ...
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• Get your Greek food fix: Join St. Philip Greek Orthodox Church (500 W. Hollis St., Nashua) for a Greek ...
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Dear Donna,I got this from my uncle when he passed away and was wondering what the value of it is ...
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