Archive for July, 2020

Books

Book Review 20/07/02

Shakespeare for Squirrels, by Christopher Moore (William Morrow, 271 pages) In one of the more memorable songs from the musical […]

Albums

Album Reviews 20/07/02

Limousine Beach, Stealin’ Wine + 2 (Tee Pee Records) More than any other record company that sends me stuff, the […]

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Food

The Weekly Dish 20/07/02

• Gate City Brewfest canceled: The eighth annual Gate City Brewfest, which had been scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 15, at […]

Drink

Grilling with beer

Beer can be a marinade too I love the complexity, texture and flavor that a rich, dark beer can bring […]

Food / Q&A

In the kitchen with Carly Feins

Carly Feins of Bedford is the owner of Carly’s Custom Cakes (carlyscustomcakes.com, find her on Facebook or Instagram), a homestead […]

Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt 20/07/02

Dear Donna,My name is Cathy and my daughter found this at an antique store in New Hampshire. She thought I […]

The Gardening Guy

Beautiful designs

Put some thought into creating a gorgeous garden Let’s say you have recently purchased a house and want to create […]

Visual Arts

The Art Roundup 20/07/02

• Handcrafted ornament: The League of NH Craftsmen has announced its 2020 annual holiday ornament, “Midnight Clear,” designed by Ken […]

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Quality Of Life

Quality of Life 20/07/02

2020, part 2More businesses and organizations in New Hampshire are reopening and the state is coming out of shutdown mode. […]

Q&A

Fostering hope

New foster care program supports young adults In April, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Division for […]

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