Archive for September, 2020

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The Weekly Dish 20/09/03

• Intown Farmstand extended: Intown Manchester’s Farmstand, which began on June 25 and was expected to run through the end […]

Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt 20/09/03

Dear Donna,Attached are two photos of a lovely old print (the print part is 6” x 14”) and a closeup […]

Family Fun

Kiddie Pool 20/09/03

Music at the ballpark Recycled Percussion will take to the field (well, technically, a stage on the field) at the […]

Outdoors / The Gardening Guy

Glorious hydrangeas

Now in full bloom When I was a boy, I always took note of cemeteries as we drove by them. […]

Visual Arts

Leading lady

Concord artist named national president of Women’s Caucus for Art The Women’s Caucus for Art, a 48-year-old national arts organization […]

Visual Arts

The Art Roundup 20/09/03

• Covid-19 poetry: Hobblebush Books has published a new poetry anthology, COVID Spring: Granite State Pandemic Poems, edited by New […]

A graphic the shape of the state of New Hampshire, filled in with the New Hampshire flag made up of the crest of New Hampshire on a blue field.
Quality Of Life

Quality of Life 20/09/03

Granite Stater of the Month Kendra Smith of Nashua was named August’s Granite Stater of the Month by U.S. Sen. […]

Featured Content / Q&A

Walk this way

Deerfield man walks for Ronald McDonald House Charities On Aug. 17, Dwight Barnes, a Deerfield resident and retired McDonald’s restaurant […]

Photo of assorted sports equipment for football, soccer, tennis, golf, baseball, and basketball

Wrath on Rask

Normally, when the calendar hits Aug. 1 I irrationally begin mourning the end of summer. I just love the freedom […]

Cover Stories / Drink / Featured Content / Food

Mule season

How the Moscow mule and its many variations can take you from summer to fall A traditional Moscow mule is […]

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