It’s finally time to reveal the results from the poll that readers took way back in February, plus results from a quickie poll we created post-quarantine. Find out where your fellow readers go for their favorite dishes, where they bring their kids on rainy days and what events you can look forward to (mostly for next year, probably).
Also on the cover, the Mahrajan Middle Eastern Food Festival is on, this weekend in Manchester, p. 29. If all the choices in the beer cooler or at the bar overwhelm you, we’ve got some suggestions, p. 32. And if you’re looking for live music, check out our Music This Week listings, starting on p. 38.
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Drink these beers now When it comes to beer, sometimes you just need someone to steer the ship for you, ...Read More
My Morning Jacket, The Waterfall II (ATO Records) I tend to associate this Louisville band with their neighbors to their ...Read More
Film Reviews by Amy Diaz Seth Rogen is a turn-of-the-last-century immigrant to America and a modern app-developer in An American ...Read More
*Black Is King (TV-14) Beyonce writes, co-directs and stars in this visual album whose music and story are based on ...Read More
Midnight Sun, by Stephenie Meyer (Little, Brown and Co., 658 pages) Twilight aficionados read the first pages of Midnight Sun ...Read More
We’re very happy and a bit relieved to present Hippo’s Best of 2020 in this week’s issue. It’s been a ...Read More
The results are (finally) in! Remember February? Way way back then, before, well, just, before, you voted for your favorite ...Read More
Edwin Ward of Candia is a manager and cook at the Union Street Takeout (90 Union St., Manchester, 260-7663), a ...Read More
Will Noonan on doing comedy post-quarantine Perspective is one big thing that comic Will Noonan took from his time in ...Read More
Tinker Bell & the Fairy Godmother The 2020 Bank of New Hampshire Children’s Summer Series wraps up next week at ...Read More
Annual Middle Eastern food festival returns The Mahrajan Middle Eastern Food Festival might look and feel different this year, but ...Read More
Covid-19 updateAs of August 3As of August 10Total cases statewide6,6606,840Total current infections statewide395326Total deaths statewide417419New cases219 (July 28 to Aug ...Read More
UNH alumni help tech companies find diverse talent with Shtudy Shtudy (shtudy.co) is a career advancement startup that matches talented ...Read More
Saving ValleyEfforts to take back and clean up Valley Cemetery in Manchester are being relaunched as a group of volunteers ...Read More
Why tomatoes rule If I could only bring the seeds of one plant with me when exiled to a distant ...Read More
All quotes are from Climbing the Mango Trees, by Madhur Jaffrey, born Aug. 13, 1933. Leo (July 23 – Aug ...Read More
• Visit the Currier: The Currier Museum of Art (150 Ash St., Manchester) announced on its website that it will ...Read More
• Park it: Traverse across music of the early 20th century as Tall Granite Big Band performs a free show ...Read More
With news coming fast and furious in the restart of three major sports along with more from NFL camps and ...Read More
• Assumption’s Greekfest canceled: Greekfest, a popular two-day Greek food festival normally held in late August at Assumption Greek Orthodox ...Read More
Thursday, Aug. 13The Currier Museum of Art (150 Ash St. in Manchester; currier.org, 669-6144) inches closer to opening by holding ...Read More
Dear Donna, This is a hanging ceramic plaque that belonged to my grandmother and I have always loved looking at ...Read More
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