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Back to school?

Returning to school will look a lot different this year for everyone, but exactly what it will look like will vary from district to district and school to school. We talked to education experts about what parents and students can (probably) expect as the new school year gets underway.

Also on the cover, a new axe throwing venue opens in Hudson, p. 13. The Fire & Fusion chef competition returns, virtually, p. 17. And find live shows in our Music This Week listings, starting on p. 27.

Rudresh Mahanthappa, Hero Trio (Whirlwind Recordings) Jazz sax legend Charlie Parker is often referred to by his nickname “Bird,” which ...
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*Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado (TV-14)You don’t have to know who Walter Mercado was to understand his ...
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Experts talk about the new school year and what parents and students can expect Students in New Hampshire are heading ...
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Drink these beers now Look, I know, when you think beach time and summertime, you don’t think about porters and ...
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Film Reviews by Amy Diaz Teenage boys who might be some degree of embarrassed by this movie when they are ...
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by James Hamblin (Riverhead, 253 pages) He was a doctor with questionable judgment, or so it seemed, when he gave ...
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The final months of summer gardening are always met with mixed emotions. This is often when the plants we have ...
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Steve Chase of Belmont is the owner and founder of Steve’s Original Sauces (stevesoriginalsauces.com, find them on Facebook @stevesoriginalsauces), a ...
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Unique Beatles tribute act The Weeklings play Manchester The Socially Distanced Concert Series closing out the summer at Delta Dental ...
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Children’s Museum to reopen The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire (6 Washington St. in Dover; childrens-museum.org, 742-2002) is scheduled to ...
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Fire & Fusion chef competition returns (virtually) A friendly contest featuring local chefs who are asked to create their best ...
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Covid-19 updateAs of August 17As of August 24Total cases statewide7,0047,134Total current infections statewide279255Total deaths statewide423429New cases164 (Aug. 11 to Aug ...
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Col’s Kitchen opens in downtown Concord By Matt Ingersoll mingersoll@hippopress.com Bow native Jordan Reynolds found out in June that Willow’s ...
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Victory for the KnightsThe Nashua Silver Knights baseball team, part of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League, concluded its 10th anniversary ...
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Start small to build up your garden Tired of mowing your lawn, but afraid to stop? What would it look ...
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New axe throwing center opens in Hudson By Angie Sykeny asykeny@hippopress.com The axe throwing trend is growing in New Hampshire, ...
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• Depicting sanctuaries: A new art exhibit, “Searching for Solace: Sacred Spaces/Sacred Places,” opens at Twiggs Gallery (254 King St., ...
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• Artful: A free courtyard concert by River Sister offers a wonderful blend of folk traditions and jazz rhythms, pure ...
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• Apples to apples: Gov. Chris Sununu proclaimed Aug. 25 to be New Hampshire Apple Day to celebrate the Granite ...
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Dear Donna,This is a piece of wall art, I think. Can you tell me anything about this? I was told ...
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Another hectic week during the Covid era in sports inspired the following thoughts and many more. All I have to ...
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