Archive for July, 2020


Signs of Life 20/07/30

All quotes are from The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance, by Tom Brady, born […]

Music This Week

The Music Roundup 20/07/30

• Stepping up: After a long pandemic-caused hiatus, Thirsty Thursday jam sessions return to Auburn Pitts. In a tradition for […]

Featured Content / Music This Week

Saturday in the park

Concord concert series spotlights local music With big-name shows canceled throughout the state, local music is enjoying a welcome moment […]

Featured Content / Film Reviews by Amy

First Cow (PG-13)

Film Reviews by Amy Diaz An enterprising duo finds money in baked goods in First Cow. Otis Figowitz (John Magaro) […]


Album Reviews 20/07/30

Boris, NO (self-released) Already charter members of the cool kids club, the Japanese experimental bliss-metal trio are completely indie as […]

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The Weekly Dish 20/07/30

• Jewish food festival goes virtual: The New Hampshire Jewish Food Festival, normally held in July at Temple B’nai Israel […]

Drink / Featured Content

Sour power

Summer is the perfect time to explore sours I often talk about sour beer as if it’s simply its own […]

Featured Content / Food / Q&A

In the kitchen with Michael Simmons

Michael Simmons of Manchester is the head chef of Angela’s Pasta & Cheese Shop (815 Chestnut St., Manchester, 625-9544,, […]

Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt 20/07/30

Dear Donna,Can you help with an approximate value on old 1930s to 1940s Christmas cards? I just don’t want to […]

Outdoors / The Gardening Guy

Beyond perennials

Making your garden a very special place By Henry Homeyer My garden is the place I go in times […]

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