Past Issues

Mule Season

As summer winds down, the Moscow mule — and its many variations — is the perfect drink heading into fall. Find out how local bartenders are taking the mule’s traditional ingredients of vodka, ginger beer and lime juice and giving them a fresh twist.

Also on the cover, make some sweet treats with recipes for maple carrot cake (p. 18) and fruity cereal cookies (p. 19). Or pour yourself a glass of wine to pair with fresh tomato dishes, p. 20. And find live music for your long Labor Day weekend in our Music This Week listings, starting on p. 27.

Young, Planetary, Locations I Can’t Place (Hidden Home Records) Sometimes when I’m wading through all the new promos, I picture ...
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Film Reviews by Amy Diaz Bill S. Preston, Esq., and Ted Theodore Logan are way old, dude, but are still ...
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by Tom Cooper (Random House, 379 pages) “Florida Man” became a meme in 2013 because of the bizarre headlines that ...
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Now more than ever Hippo depends on your support to help fund our coverage. For almost 20 years Hippo has ...
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Now in full bloom When I was a boy, I always took note of cemeteries as we drove by them ...
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Debbie Burritt of Pembroke is the owner of the Sweet Crunch Bakeshop & Catering Co. (sweetcrunchbakeshop.com, find her on Facebook ...
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Music at the ballpark Recycled Percussion will take to the field (well, technically, a stage on the field) at the ...
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Concord artist named national president of Women’s Caucus for Art The Women’s Caucus for Art, a 48-year-old national arts organization ...
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How the Moscow mule and its many variations can take you from summer to fall A traditional Moscow mule is ...
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Covid-19 updateAs of August 31As of September 7Total cases statewide7,2757,476Total current infections statewide228238Total deaths statewide432433New cases141 (Aug. 25 to Aug ...
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What to drink with hearty sauce, gazpacho and more Look, I know, when you think beach time and summertime, you ...
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Drinks with John Fladd At this point in my life I’ve more or less made peace with my physical appearance, ...
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Granite Stater of the Month Kendra Smith of Nashua was named August’s Granite Stater of the Month by U.S. Sen ...
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Musical veterans band together as Once An Outlaw The five members of Once An Outlaw have a long history in ...
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• Covid-19 poetry: Hobblebush Books has published a new poetry anthology, COVID Spring: Granite State Pandemic Poems, edited by New ...
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• Get festive: Warm up for the unofficial end-of-summer weekend with Slack Tide members Chris Cyrus and Mike Seavy. The ...
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Film Reviews by Amy Diaz I got in my car and drove to an actual theater to see The New ...
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• Intown Farmstand extended: Intown Manchester’s Farmstand, which began on June 25 and was expected to run through the end ...
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Dear Donna,Attached are two photos of a lovely old print (the print part is 6” x 14”) and a closeup ...
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Deerfield man walks for Ronald McDonald House Charities On Aug. 17, Dwight Barnes, a Deerfield resident and retired McDonald’s restaurant ...
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Normally, when the calendar hits Aug. 1 I irrationally begin mourning the end of summer. I just love the freedom ...
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